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The 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 will cross the block during ... The 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 will cross the block during the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance (Julian Mackie, Classic & Sports Car).
We know from many, many years of watching classic car auctions, that there are certain qualities that ensure big money. For example, putting tiny silver horses and/or yellow badges on a red car will probably bring in a lot of cash. This is doubly true if said car hails from the 1950s or 1960s, and it's triply true if some dude drove it around in circles or if a celebrity owned it. That, friends, is how you make the serious dosh at auction.

Considering that, we should expect big, big things when this 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 crosses the block at the big RM Auctions event during the festivities surrounding the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

Terrence Steven McQueen, better known as Steve McQueen and even better known as the coolest actor of the 1960s and 1970s, originally purchased this car while filming Bullitt in San Francisco, which should provide a big boost to its sale price.

As previously reported, this car has undergone a full restoration and has received its certification from the team at Ferrari Classiche. Beyond that, though, we're kind of in the dark about this beauty. We don't even have a rough guess of how much it'll go for.

That's where you come in. Considering that the price of classic Ferraris is increasing with all the regularity of Old Faithful, how much do you think McQueen's 275 will call for when it hits the stage in August? Head into Comments and let us know.

This article originally appeared on Autoblog.



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      dumbneasy
      • 11 Months Ago
      $2.7 million... or in terms of my income..... 4 lifetimes.
      micxaeli
      • 11 Months Ago
      Ine million, ninty six thousand, eight hundred and forty two dollars and sixty cents.
      • 11 Months Ago
      $1.25 million
      Phyllis
      • 11 Months Ago
      Hey Rick Harrison of Pawn Stars....this is for YOU!
        Reb
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Phyllis
        I was thinking the same thing Phyllis. He came to mind right away. lol
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Phyllis
        I am sure Rick Harrison would love to have this but he is no where close to having the money to buy it. At $100,000 to $250,000 a month just for insurance, the Pawn Star would have trouble being able to even afford that. Rick has too much tied up in the shop, precious metal, property, and old cars to be able to come up with the minimum $6 million this car will go for. With a possible high end of $18 or $19 million, this is way out of his league. Look for Texas oil money or Dr. Dre to be the big bidders on this one.
      • 11 Months Ago
      1 million
      • 11 Months Ago
      I think it'll go for over 2 mil, but it'll take a bit to get there after it passes the 1.5 mil mark. Bidders will probably get down to two people after 1.5 mil and take smaller bids till it sells. But it being Steve McQueens' car will push it up to the two mil area. A museum piece though for sure after it gets sold.
      bilhee
      • 11 Months Ago
      Wow!!!! Bring money
      lbonn2
      • 11 Months Ago
      A similar Ferrari (convertible) from the McQueen film "The Thomas Crown Affair" sold a year or two back for two and a half million (I think). If so, this car may bring the same, or higher.
      • 11 Months Ago
      5 to 10 million
      JOSEPH SPENCER
      • 11 Months Ago
      1.75 million
      emitch7
      • 11 Months Ago
      A PAIR OF HIS SUNGLASSES SOLD FOR 14000 AT AN AUCTION A FEW YEARS BACK -I PREDICT 2.5 TO 3 MIL
      • 11 Months Ago
      My spouse loves the Mustang!
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