After a series of rare supercars were found in an abandoned public garage recently, another car fan has discovered a locked-away grail. The 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB was hidden in a garage for 25 years, with the owner not touching the car after he last parked it in 1991.
The car is a long nose model — of which 205 were ever made — and comes in a lightweight aluminum alloy, which makes the car one of just 80 to have ever been produced. Despite the dirt from 25 years hidden-away, the car only needed minor tweaks to be in full working order. Watch a barn finder discover the super rare car — as well as a 1967 Shelby Cobra 427 — in the video below, with the two cars valued at a combined $4 million USD. You can also read more about the vehicle on the Gooding & Company site.
In other automotive news, Jaguar has recently announced plans to bring back its D-Type model.