One of only three 1967 Ferrari 330 P4s ever built will top the bill at RM Auctions’ Leggenda e Passione event. The car, which has been driven by Lorenzo Bandini, Willy Mairesse, Jackie Stewart and Chris Amon, will be going up for sale for the first time in 38 years and has a ’multi-million dollar estimate’, according to RM’s Amy Christie.The event, which is staged in association with Sotheby’s, is held within the Maranello factory grounds. It’s endorsed by the Ferrari factory, and all cars will be certified by Ferrari Classiche. The 1967 330 P4, which won at the 1000-kilometre Trofeo Filippo Caracciolo in Monza and scored a third overall finish at that year’s Le Mans 24 Hours, isn’t the only star of the auction. Also for sale is the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix-winning Maserati 250F driven by Stirling Moss – and chassis number 2526 was also piloted in period by Juan Manuel Fangio, Jean Behra and Carroll Shelby during the 1957 and ’58 seasons.Other significant competition cars include the 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa; a 1990 Formula One car; an ultra-rare 1949 166 Inter Coupé by Touring; an early 1949 Ferrari 166 Inter Coupé; a 1950 Ferrari 195 Inter Coupé; and a 1953 Ferrari 212 Europa Coupé with coachwork by Carrozzeria Vignale.‘This year’s sale is exceeding our expectations,’ said Max Girardo, managing director of RM Europe. ‘We have some of the most desirable sports and racing Ferraris ever made. The recent addition of a Monaco Grand Prix-winning Maserati 250F is another incredibly exciting development. ‘Cars like that simply don’t come to the market on any but the rarest occasions,’ he added.