In the long history of police cars, this Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 is a legend. One of two 250 GTEs bought by the Italian police in the early 60s, its sister car lasted only a few weeks before being irreparably damaged in service. The car pictured here, chassis 3999, would go on to serve in the supremely capable hands of officer Armando Spatafora for six years before being retired in 1968. Spatafora was one of six officers sent to Maranello for a special high-speed driving course and the man and machine would go on to reach a mythical status in Italy, making criminals on the run think twice before trying to elude the police. The car was sold at auction in 1972 where it remained until 2015 and has remained in immaculate condition since leaving the service. It received Ferrari Classiche certification in 2014 and is the only private car in Italy allowed to run with siren, blue light, and "Squadra Volante" livery.