Owning a Ferrari is already a life-changing accomplishment in itself, but how about a three-seater with a steering wheel sitting smack dab in the middle of the console?
This 1966 365 P Berlinetta Speciale, also known as “Tre Posti” (Three Seater), was specially designed for the 1966 auto show circuit before making its way to the US. At the time it was the first mid-engined, 12 cylinder Ferrari ever designed for non-racetrack driving. Legendary Italian designer Sergio Pininfarina came up with the blueprint for the vehicle and pushed the envelope with touches like a bronzed glass roof, but the standout feature is that interior, with the center-mounted steering wheel and two passenger seats off to the side and back a bit. Now, in just a few weeks, this cream-colored beauty will land on the Gooding & Company auction block at Pebble Beach, and word is it could fetch up to $20 million. [Purchase]