One in the long-running 250 series of Ferrari cars, the 250 GTE was the first large-production four-seater from the Italian company. Based on the LWB 250 GT, the interior size was increased by moving the engine forward, allowing for the fitment of two small rear seats. Under the hood is the famous 3-liter V12 designed by Gioacchino Columbo, and just over 1,000 were made before being replaced in 1963 with the 330 America. The example here was sold new by North American Ferrari importer Luigi Chinetti in 1962, but the next 26 of the car's life went unrecorded. It surfaced again in 1988 with 48,000 miles on the odometer when purchased by the current owner, who immediately commissioned a frame-off restoration. Since then, the car has covered only 2,500 miles and is all-original, with its original motor, transmission, and drivetrain. As far as classic Ferraris go, one in this condition at this price is nearly a steal.