RM Sotheby's will be offering this beautiful 2000 550 which they refer to as the WSR at their upcoming Paris Auction on Feb.8. I have never heard of this version before but according to the listing Ferrari produced only 33 examples of this WSR edition to celebrate the model's achievement of being the world's first production car to cover 100 kms at 304 kph, 100 miles at 306.3 kph, and 296 kms in 1 hour. I suppose that this was in the Guiness World Book of records at the time but cannot verify the fact. The model differences between the regular 550 were that it was fitted with the Fiorano Handling Pack, carbon bucket seats with Daytona stitching and race harnesses (so this means that the car was probably not offered in North America where race harnesses are not legal for a road car) a leather trimmed roll cage, suede covered steering wheel, a sport exhaust, enamel wing panels, and Corsa brake calipers (all of which were available as regular options anyway, at least for European models). I supposed that there is a plaque somewhere in the interior to categorize it as a WSR model for which they are asking the princely sum of 230,000 to 250,000 British Pounds (or approximately US$279,136.38 to US$303,409.10 based on today's exchange rates).