A 1985 Ferrari 288GTO is among the headline lots of Bonhams' Quail Lodge auction.
It's valued at $2.5m-3m ahead of the August 14 sale in Carmel, California.
Only 272 examples of the 288GTO were ever built. It became a classic almost instantly - by the early 90s collectors in the US were offering seven figure sums for a car that cost $85,000 new.
The present lot has seen little use, with less than 8,000 miles on the clock.
Bonhams comments: "The last few years have seen the 288GTO rightfully assume its status as a truly collectible icon, by merit of its modest production, iconic design and blistering performance.
"Amazingly, it is thought that only 15%, or three dozen of these cars exist in the U.S. today, making the chance to acquire one and one of this quality exceedingly rare."
A 1951 Ferrari 212 Inter Cabriolet is valued at $2.4m-2.8m.
It was formerly owned by renowned collector Charles G Renaud and has been restored to a very high standard.
The sale will also feature a rare 1959 Ferrari 250 GT Competizione, valued at $9m-12m.
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