A red 1954 Ferrari racer is in the middle of a battle between Victoria’s Secret owner Les Wexner, auction house Bonhams, and a slew of others, after years of previous back and forth.
Wexner, who bought the car in 2014 for $16.5 million, sued Bonhams, claiming that the auction house failed to tell him about the conflicts in ownership and wanted a full refund, along with damages.
Bonhams then sued the daughter of Karl Kleve, whom Bloomberg calls the “last undisputed owner.” The auction house is also suing a car dealership in Paraguay.
A judge is expected to hear the lawsuits at once in September to settle it.
The car is only one of five ever made, and two are currently in private ownership. “It’s a car worth fighting for,” according to John Collins, who owns a Ferrari dealership in the U.K. to Bloomberg. “It’s an important car.”