Enzo Ferrari was famously stubborn about the cars that bore his name — saying that "Aerodynamics are for people who can't build engines" and that "horses push the carriage, not pull them" in reference to the rise of wings and mid-engine layouts in the '50s and '60s. But winning races was the goal, and Enzo would eventually relent to these trends. In order to keep up with the rising costs of racing, Ferrari needed to pad out its line of road cars, leading to the 250 GTE, the first large-volume four-seater from the company. Equipped with the famous 3-liter Columbo V12, the 250 GTE was based on the 250 GT coupe and would become Ferrari's best-selling model. This 1962 250 GTE is the second of three revisions in the model's history and has an ownership history that includes many famous musicians, including the current owner. The car has Ferrari Classiche certification, meaning that it has its original engine and gearbox, and has been restored to a very high standard in its factory colors.