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The only factory-owned example of the Ferrari 330 LM – a racing relative of what was once the most expensive car ever sold – is set to cross the auction block in November.
An example of the 1962 Ferrari 330 LM race car – a relative of what was once the most expensive car ever sold, the Ferrari 250 GTO – is heading to auction in November.
While each of the 36 Ferrari 250 GTOs produced – comprised of 33 ‘Series One’ and three ‘Series Two’ cars – is special, this vehicle (chassis 3765) is even more special, as the only car that was owned by the Ferrari factory and raced by the Scuderia Ferrari team.
It is not a regular 250 GTO, rather a relative known as the 330 LM used for motor racing – with a longer floorpan designed to accomodate a larger 4.0-litre engine.
This car placed second overall in the 1962 Nurburgring 1000km race, and co