The GTO on offer, chassis number 3413, is the third built, and began life as a series 1 car for Phil Hill to test ahead of the 1962 Targa Florio. The factory sold the car to gentleman racer Edoardo Lualdi-Gabardi, who entered the car in 10 races that year, winning nine of them. With two further owners, the car won its class at the Targa Florio in 1963 and 1964. It was never involved in an accident, and it somewhat unusually retains its original driveline. Ahead of that 1964 Targa, the chassis was returned to the Ferrari factory to be updated to Series II bodywork, one of only three cars to have done so.

In a recent conversation with Forbes, ex-Microsoft software man and seller Greg Whitten said, “I’ve had the GTO a long time. There are other cars I want to buy.” In a discussion concerning MacNeil’s recent purchase with Ferrari historian Marcel Massini told CNBC that he expects a similar GTO to breach the $100 million mark in the next few years. Could this be the one that breaks that barrier? Do you think Fancy Kristen could afford it? Should we revolt and seize the means of Ferrari?

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