It's an old legend: a long-hidden classic car discovered. This one actually happened, and it's a biggie.
Relatives of reclusive Newcastle doctor Harold Carr found the 1937 Type 57S Atalante in a garage after he died. It was originally owned by Earl Howe - first president of the British Racing Drivers' Club. Just 17 were built.
It is expected to sell for at least £3m ($4.4 million)
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