The car has completed several Mille Miglias and still has its original engine. There’s also a full history of this Cisitalia showing those who have owned it over its nearly 60-year life.
According to Hemmings, it is one of the limited-edition production SMM competition models. These were patterned after a car driven by Tazio Nuvolari. This one doesn’t have its original body, but instead has a hand-built replacement, which was part of an extensive restoration project.
It is one of only five 202 Sport chassis built, three of which received the Spyder Nuvolari designation. The exact numbers of 202 SMMs built is uncertain, but estimates hover around only 21, possibly a few more as they’re uncovered in the wild. This very rare car can be yours right now for $745,000.