RM Sotheby's has a surprise for its Monterey auction coming up in August — possibly the most immaculate grouping of youngtimer Ferrari's in the world. All the cars come from the Ming collection, spanning the best of the Prancing Horse for three decades from the 80s to the 2010s. The crown jewel of the lot is undoubtedly the 2006 Ferrari FXX, a track-only development version of the Enzo that has been essentially untouched, having only been raced once at the presentation event at the Fiorino track. The FXX comes with three FXX Programme travel cases full of factory track support equipment and an unused race suit and helmet. Only 30 were made, and they very rarely come up for sale. Other highlights include a 1984 512 BBi with 2,500 miles and factory plastic delivery film on the door seals; a two-owner 1991 F40; and a 1997 F355 Spyder with just 704 miles on the clock.