A Ferrari FXX signed by Michael Schumacher is to cross the block at Auctionata.
The lot will lead a sale in Munich on September 26 with a starting bid of $1.1m.
Auctionata explains: "In 2005 Ferrari presented again an improvement in the range of super sports car. It was the 'Ferrari FXX' based on the Ferrari Enzo.
"The FXX had not road approval and was not used for motor sport competitions. For a very small, loyal and exclusive clientele and for the first time in the history of the house with its prancing horse, Ferrari created its own research and development program with customer test drivers.
"The vehicle offered here is the 29th and ultimate produced customer vehicle of this strictly limited edition.
"The 30th vehicle was built exclusively for Michael Schumacher. The vehicles were only used on racing tracks."
Schumacher has signed the car on the bonnet and his autograph is protected by a transparent film.
Other lots offered in the sale include a 1997 Ferrari F310 driven by Schumacher at the close of that year's racing season in Andalucia.
It's offered with a starting bid of $728,065.
Schumacher's 1998 Ferrari F300 sold for $1.7m at Barrett-Jackson in 2014.
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