Introduced at the 1963 Paris Auto Show, the Ferrari 250 LM marked the Prancing Horse's redoubled efforts to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Victory at Le Mans would come in 1965 with the North American Racing Team (NART) headed by hand-picked Ferrari importer three-time Le Mans winner Luigi Chinetti — last time Ferrari would take the overall win. 32 250 LMs were produced, and this example, no. 5901, was the 10th built. It was purchased by NART but never raced. What it lacks in provenance it makes up for in perfection — the car has had a life of leisure no race car could imagine. This 250 LM remains in immaculate condition, with it's original chassis, 3.3-liter V12, five-speed gearbox, and Pininfarina bodywork. The car goes to auction February 3, 2023, and is expected to make be among the most expensive cars ever to sell at auction.