Presented by Mecum Auctions, this 1970 example is estimated to fetch as much as $275,000 but is being offered without reserve.
The auction will consist of 200 cars spanning 80 years.
The late racing legend’s C2 Stingray is one of just 199 built with the optional performance package.
The car was discovered in storage in a Connecticut garage in 2014.
The vintage ride has been with one family for more than half a century.
The famous roadster will sell for much for than the $5,000 it sold for in 1970.
It’s one of only five open-top examples ever built.
The example, set to cross the block through Mecum Auctions, has only 28,000 miles on the clock.
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The racecar is one of several vehicles being offered from John Atzbach’s collection through Mecum Auctions in June.