Feast your eyes on one of the world’s best Ferrari F40s
The supercar is 32 years old and has over 25,000 km (15,500 miles) behind its back, but a recent restoration made it worth an estimated 2.35–2.65 million USD.
The restoration took place in 2015–2017, after which the car won multiple awards from the Ferrari Club of America, with the jury board chairman highlighting it as one of the most authentic surviving examples.
Other than that, the past of the vehicle remains shrouded in mystery. The seller will be handing over maintenance documents for the past eight years, OEM tools and a pump to the highest bidder.
The F40 (see video) was the last supercar designed when company founder Enzo Ferrari was still alive. It went into production in 1987 and stayed there until 1992, coming out in a series of 1,315 units. Each came powered by a 2.9-liter turbocharged V8 rated between 478 and 484 PS (471–477 hp; 352–356 kW). The transmission was five-speed manual.
The auction will be held in California on August 18-20, 2022.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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