Ferrari 275 NART Spyder Sells for Record $27.5 Million at Pebble Beach

Seeing a Ferrari on the road is a rare treat. All the more so when it's a convertible. But most of the Prancing Horse marque's convertibles are powered by V8 engines, leaving V12-powered Ferrari convertibles as something of a rarity.

The last one was the 599 SA Aperta, of which Ferrari made only 80 examples. Before that, there were only 559 examples of the 575 Superamerica, preceded by 448 of the 550 Barchetta Pininfarina. There were only 122 convertible versions of the 365 Daytona, and we could go on, but you get the point. This, however, is one of the rarest of them all.

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