A man from Essex has donated a rare classic car to raise funds for the East Anglia Air Ambulance.
Richard Allen left the Ferrari in his will and it is expected to raise around half a million pounds at auction in March.
A pair of rare classic Ferraris owned by a Northamptonshire-based businessman will be auctioned to help the life-saving work of the RNLI.
The cars were left by Richard Colton who made his fortune in shoe distribution. Richard, who was said to be nervous of the sea, had owned the cars for forty years, travelling extensively around Europe in them.
The sale at Duxford in October is attracting worldwide attention and is expected to result in the most generous gift ever left to the charity.
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A Ferrari racing car has been stolen from Hethersett near Norwich.
The black Ferrari 430, worth £170,000, was in a trailer in a hotel car park on Norwich Road. It was taken just before 8.30pm on 8 November.
Police say it was towed away by a long wheel base white Mercedes Sprinter van.
The Ferrari was produced as a race car for the GT3 series. It is not a road car and cannot be converted into one.
Officers want to speak to anyone who may have seen the trailer, or has any information about where it and the Ferrari are now.
Contact PC Matt Coppard at Wymondham Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Pictures from Ferrari of the attempt to break the world record for the biggest parade of their cars.
A gathering of nearly a thousand Ferraris is thought to have broken the world record for the greatest number of the cars to drive together.
964 of the cars managed to complete a lap of the Silverstone circuit in Northamptonshire yesterday. The previous record was 490..