You know the saying by now: "Money can't buy taste.

" Boy, was someone spot on.

You may know of this television and stand up icon by the product he shills that actually kinda matches the color of his ride made by the illustrious prancing horse. I don't even know how they let this one slip past the gates.

Then again, it was the 1970s and brown was hip, and this 365 2+2 was built for the one and only Bill Cosby.

Though I am sure many of you have heard of his story about the Shelby Cobra Super Snake Cosby bought for himself, supposedly drove only once and then sold, this Ferrari couldn't be further from that car. That's because these models are SO undesirable.

But if you're a bit nostalgic, you should probably click the link below to get access to bid for the rights to take home this set of wheels. Bidding for the vehicle ends TOMORROW! I am sure my friends at the Gold & Silver Pawn Store would like to see all the right paperwork to determine the car was actually Cosby's, I'll take their word.

All this brown has got me hungerin' for some puddin'

You are bidding on an exceptional example of a 1974 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+ 2 Coupe, Vin 17907. Formerly part of a collection of rare vehicles owner by "Bill Cosby" famous actor & comedian, whose name appears on the vehicle title document. One of approx 500 cars produced in the 1970s and the " Last of the Breed " of world renowned V 12 Ferrari power units. This is an opportunity to own a piece of automotive history for an affordable price. Extensive detailing just completed by K.C.International Inc of San Antonio,Texas. This automobile is ready to be driven and enjoyed or become  part of a new collection. Inspection is welcomed prior to auction end.This vehicle is sold "AS IS " without warranty. Please ensure that funds are in place before bidding. We will assist with shipping both internal and external. In state buyers are required to pay all applicable sales taxes and title fees. Any questions call xxx xxx xxxx

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Can YOU Guess Which Legendary Funnyman Bought A BROWN Ferrari And It's Arguably One Of The LEAST Desireable Ever Made?

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