Ferrari has made some cars that have pushed the boundaries of contemporary style, but probably none better than here. It's the 1966 365 P Berlinetta Speciale, more commonly known simply as "Tre Posti." In case your Italian's rusty, that means it's the "Three Seater," because, well, that's exactly what it is.
Tre Posti was a special design by Pininfarina for the 1966 auto show circuit before being imported to America for the then-ridiculous sum of $20,000. Amazingly, it was the first mid-engined, 12 cylinder Ferrari ever designed for the street. When it hits the Gooding & Company auction block at Pebble Beach in a few weeks, eight figures is a given, and it might even top $20 million.