This car passed through the hands of a few owners after first being displayed at the 1953 Turin Motor Show. Finally, in the mid-1980s, it was parked in a garage somewhere in the American Midwest, according to RM Auctions. There it sat for years.
The car was sold at an RM Auctions event last March for $660,000.
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