Classic Ferraris are by definition rare — but few can claim the one-of-one status of this 1954 375 America. 10 cars started life as the 250 Europa, with two being converted by Ferrari to the 375 America specification, with this car being the only Vignale-bodied cabriolet. The car retains its numbers-matching engine, transmission, and factory hardtop, verified by its in-progress Ferrari Classiche certification. The car’s ownership history includes Bianca Colizzi, daughter of Italian film director Giuseppe Colizzi, and Harry Chambers, future director of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. The car was extensively restored in the ’80s, and its current owner had the car refreshed in black in the late ’90s. The car comes a full Ferrari Classiche report to help the next owner finish the process.