The Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyder, once the most expensive car in the world, will now return to the market. Twelve years ago, the rare black convertible V12 became the first car in history to sell for more than $10 million, when it sold for 7.04 million euros (about $10894900) at an RM auction at Ferrari’s Maranello F1 track. < / P > < p > the origin of this car is very unusual. It was bought by Hollywood actor James Cobain and Steve McQueen on their way to Brussels during the filming of the big escape. In a matter of minutes, Coburn bought the car from the famous garage Francorchamps for 25 years, and he didn’t sell it until his health began to deteriorate in 1986. On August 23, 1992, its new owner, Andrew Cohen of Beverly Hills, displayed it and won the third place in the world famous Pebble Beach competition, and then sold it to Bruce s. lustman in South Harbor, Connecticut in early 1994. In May 2008, the car was auctioned by British media celebrity Chris Evans at a world record price, making it the most valuable car in history in a short time. Evans then took the car to Joe Macari, a London dealer, for some remedial services, and since then Macari seems to have been the actual regulator of the car. < / P > < p > it is understood that evnas displayed the car at the salon prive in 2008 and won the people’s Choice Award, and it was also shown at the Goodwood speed festival in 2008 and 2009. What’s interesting is that this car, which was considered the most valuable car in the world 12 years ago, is now among the 50 most valuable cars in the history of auction. It is reported that 52 cars are now sold for more than 8 figures. < / P > < p > the car has recently been listed on Joe Macari’s website, and there is no offer on it and there is no sign of a potential seller. Global Tech