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A one-off Ferrari has been uncovered rotting in a Japanese barn – and it’s worth a staggering £1.5million ($1.9 million.)

The unique Ferrari Daytona was found in filthy condition after being left for 40 years.

But not only was it once the fastest car in the world, this legendary model is the only one ever made with an aluminium body.

To read more:

http://www.foxnews.com/auto/2017/08/24/one-off-ferrari-daytona-barn-find-worth-nearly-2-million.html

Lead Image (RM) Sotheby's

Screen Shot 2017 08 04 at 22.52.15

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