This vintage Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider is a potential record breaker. It’s just one of 56 made — one of 16 with open headlights — and originated in Italy, where it lived until 1974, when it moved to Switzerland for 20 years. It has since been fully restored by Ferrari’s own Classiche department and features a Blu Scuro paint job and Pelle Beige interior. And now the vehicle is going up for auction by RM Sotheby’s at Villa d’Este next month, which is where it’s expected to shatter records. The last time a California Spider went up for auction, it sold for a record $18.5 million, and that was an unrestored model. Check out detailed images of the beauty in the following pages.