In 1962, the finest Ferrari you could buy was undoubtedly the 250 GT Berlinetta. The car that would give rise to the legendary 250 GTO, the 250 GT is considered by many to be the peak of Ferrari's classic front-engined V12 cars. The 1962 250 GT SWB (short wheelbase) Berlinetta picture here is one of only 40 steel-bodied cars made during the final production run and was offered only to the absolute top-tier of Ferrari clients. The car received a complete restoration by Ferrari Classiche in 2010 and carries the all-important Ferrari Classiche certification. The car will cross the auction block in August during RM Sotheby's Monterey sale at no reserve, with an estimate in the $8-$10 million range.