By Christine Kearney NEW YORK, Jan 25 (Reuters) - A rare German racing car developed in a program created by Hitler's regime was displayed for the first time on Thursday as auctioneers predicted it would become the world's most expensive car to be sold at auction. The grand prix car, a 1939 Auto Union D-Type race car and one of only five originals left from the Auto Union series built in Germany between 1933 and 1939, is expected to fetch between $12 million and $15 million at an auction ...
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