Six months after a green 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, built for Sir Stirling Moss, sold for $35 million, another has been placed on the market, reports Yahoo's Motoramic.
The $35 million pricetag of the previously sold model made it the most expensive car ever sold. However, if an anonymous American seller gets the $41 million he's asking for his 250 GTO, he would hit a new high mark.
As of press time, the car was still up for sale, via Anamera.com.
The rare Ferrari is one of 29 Series I GTOs, according to Yahoo, and one of 22 left-handed drive versions. The London-based broker claims it has "great provenence and a very well cared for history by past and current owners."
$41 million is a lot of dough though. By comparison, the most expensive new car for sale in the world is the Bugatti Veyron, which starts at $2 million.