Ferraris are not an easy car to lose.
Owners cherish them. Ferrari clubs and Ferrari historians record each and every vehicle number. Auction companies and private collectors are constantly scouring the world's garages for obscure Ferraris to buy and sell.
Yet once every a generation or two, a Ferrari is lost—and rediscovered.
One such "lost" Ferrari is set to be sold this weekend. It's a rare 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS. It's rusted out. The engine won't start. Parts of the car are charred from a fire. And the interior looks likes like it wouldn't even qualify for most junkyards—let alone a millionaire's garage.
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Yet despite its rough condition, it is estimated to sell at Gooding & Co.'s upcoming Scottsdale, Ariz., auction for more than $2 million.