1967 Ferrari 275 GTS/4 NART Spyder
Winner of the RAC Spirit of Motoring Award, this Spyder had it all: independent suspension, five gears, and a four-cam, 300-hp V-12. It's designed to battle Jaguar's E-Type and a new wave of performance cars. Scaglietti transformed the coupe into a drophead and, in 1967, the NART Spyder was born. This model famously appeared in The Thomas Crown Affair with Steve McQueen, after which the actor purchased one of only 10 produced. Among the rarest Ferraris in the world, the NART Spyder here is one of only two fitted with light-alloy bodywork.