One time, this 1957 Ferrari placed 15th in the Tour de France auto race. Today, it can place first your collection.

The Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta has a serious racing record, entered in 10 races between the years of 1958 and 1960, with strong finishes in most. It’s since been restored by noted collector, mechanic and former Luigi Chinetti senior NART technician Wayne Sparling, who retained its original color and matching-numbers 3.0L V-12 engine producing 253 hp. Equipped with four-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension and four-wheel drum brakes, the car is now being offered by its owner of the last 41 years. It’s also totally eligible for major vintage events worldwide, though perhaps not as major as its Reims, Monza and Montlhéry history.

This car’s made its way through France, through owners across the country and Germany, and now possibly into your hands. Just don’t take it on a high-speed joyride with your buddies and crash it into a Peugeot factory like its 1968 owner…