next to last one or next-to-last-one or ??!

Fresh from three National victories at Elkhart Lake, Lime Rock and

Meadowdale came Roger Penske with his newer chassis 61.2471,

the next to last one built.

This is from a Maserati book by an American writer that we are publishing. f

Glyn Morris

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I think you can just use the word Penultimate instead!

The penultimate one built.

Correct me if I'm worng anyone.
Or maybe the second last one built.
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Again, a better alternative! Less of a tongue-twister,

Next to last is rarely said.
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