Classic car dealer Gregor Fisken is locked in High court battle with a US collector The legal fight involves the world's most expensive car and its missing gearbox Pair are fighting over £37million sale of 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO which was sold to Mr Fisken without the part Mr Fisken is now suing Mr Carl, demanding the 'unique and special gearbox' be delivered to him But the US lawyer says that he is under no obligation to do so, after the pair fell out about where he would pick it up and who would pay for shipping https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7775589/Worlds-expensive-car-centre-legal-fight-missing-gearbox.html A classic car dealer is locked in a High Court battle with a super-rich US collector over the world's most expensive car and its missing gearbox. Racing driver and supercar trader Gregor Fisken, based in Kensington, west London, is fighting lawyer Bernard Carl over the $44m (£37million) sale of a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO. Just 39 of the cars were built by Ferrari between 1962 and 1964 and the model is regarded as the holy grail for the world's wealthiest car collectors. Now chassis number 3387GT, the second GTO ever built, is at the centre of a court fight. Mr Fisken's company Gregor Fisken Ltd (GFL), which bought the car, is suing seller Mr Carl, demanding that the 'unique and special' original gearbox, which had been removed, is now delivered to them. Mr Fiskin claims when he bought the classic car, he understood the seller would do his best to source the gear box. But the US lawyer says that he is under no obligation to do so, after the pair fell out about where he would pick it up and who would pay for shipping. GFL's barrister William Hooper, told the court: 'The disputes relate to the GTO's original gearbox...which has not been delivered to GFL. 'GFL seek an order that Mr Carl turn over the gearbox. Mr Carl refuses to turn over the gearbox and maintains that he has no obligation to do so.'