This 4.1-liter Ferrari Ghia Berlinetta (serial number 0148 A) was built for Ferrari board member and industrialist Michel Paul-Cavalier of Pont-a-Mousson, France, who owned several exceptional Ferraris from new. This is the only 340 Berlinetta built with a lightweight aluminum alloy body. It is equipped with the famous Lampredi V-12, which would go on to contribute to Ferrari's first victories in F1 in Ferrari's 375 F1 model. In the 340 model, the 4,101cc engine develops 250 hp at 6500 RPM. It was a legendary motor that was several steps above the standard 250 production unit, and it went on to spawn both the 375 MM and 410 Sport of fearsome reputation for their power. This car has just had a fresh and full restoration.