Four stunning Ferraris from Ralph Lauren’s remarkable car collection were recently put on display at the brand’s flagship store in New York City.
The multi-billion-dollar fashion designer brought out his exceptionally rare 275 GTB/4 NART Spider and parked it in front of his Ferrari 430 Scuderia and Ferrari F40 at the entrance to the store.
The line-up was assembled as a way to honor Claude Lelouch’s iconic C’etait un rendez-vous short film which famously depicted a car racing through the streets of Paris.
The significance of the 275 GTB/4 NART Spider displayed by Lauren cannot be overstated. Only ten examples of the 275 were built in Spider form at the request of Ferrari’s North American importer at the time, Luigi Chinetti.
In 2013, Lawrence Stroll, the billionaire father of Williams F1 driver Lance Stroll, purchased a GTB/4 NART Spider similar to Lauren’s for a cool $27.5 million.