Fangio died 18 years ago and his last major success was registered in 1957. The vehicles driven by him are of great value today. The 1954 Mercedes-Benz W196 F1 car driven by him was recently sold for a online casinos whopping $29.6 million at an auction event by Bonhams at the 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
This time, a 1970 IKA Torino, which is not a race car but was still driven by Fangio post his retirement from racing, is all set to go under the hammer in November this year.
The IKA Torino debuted in Argentina in 1966 and it became Renault Argentina in 1982.
The Torino 380S will be sold without reserve at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show on November 15-16.