Chassis #: 11057
Registration #: PROVA MO31
Following the introduction of the Ferrari 275 GTB/4, Ferrari's New York distributor and founder of the North American Racing Team Luigi Chinetti convinced Enzo Ferrari to build a convertible for the American market. The new 275 GTB/4S (or GTS/4) NART with Scaglietti Spyder body soon appeared with Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway in the film The Thomas Crown Affair
and a small number were quite quickly sold. A few more found owners after a NART Spyder was raced at the 12 Hours of Sebring driven by Marianne 'Pinky' Rollo and Denise McCluggage in 1967. Despite being front-page news just ten examples were built, and this car is the last of the ten. Known as the 'European NART Spyder,' it was first delivered to a Spanish Colonel of the Foreign Legion, then was sold to Jose Segimon in Madrid. It was sold again in 1982, and it has since been owned and enjoyed by several notable Ferrari collectors in Europe and America.