One of 200 homologation specials is to go under the hammer, and it’s all sorts of 1980s brilliant
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Ferrari 330 P4, Le Mans news - P4 perfect - 2009
On May 17 this year at Maranello, to be precise, as part of the Ferrari
‘Leggenda e Passione’ event organised by RM Auctions. Essentially they’re
putting a whole bunch of amazing old Ferraris under the hammer, and the P4 is
the best of the lot.
The car was built to compete in the World Sports Car Championship in 1967, and
is one of just three P4s ever built. It won in Monza that year and finished
second at Brands Hatch to secure the championship in the hands of Jackie
Stewart and Chris Amon - and managed to score a podium finish at the Le Mans 24
Hours race for good measure. Not a bad pedigree, eh?
Under that sleek engine cover sits a 4.2-litre V12 which puts out an estimated
480bhp, which by 1967 standards is a frankly insane amount. The P4 hasn’t been
raced since the late 60s and is described as completely original.
The cost, you ask? How long is a very long piece of string? You’re looking at
millions. Several millions. But just look at the thing. Don’t pretend you don’t
want it. Don’t pretend you wouldn’t undertake some deeply criminal behaviour to
to raise the capital to buy one. Now then, who knows how to hot-wire a