Rare 1995 Ferrari F50 auction leavesMay 1, 2020
As part of an online auction organized by RM Sotheby’s, which will be held from May 21 to May 28, the 1995 Ferrari F50 will be sold. The machine was removed from the factory in 1995 and painted in the color of Rosso Corsa.
It was imported to Germany and demonstrated at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 1995, after which it was sold to the famous Ferrari collector Michael Gabel after the event. In 2016, the iconic car received a Ferrari Classiche certificate, confirming that it remains an example of matching numbers. In the same year, he was replaced by a fuel tank in his car and the protection of the inner tank in the amount of about 30,000 euros (32,468 US dollars).
This F50 remained in Germany until March 2017, after which it was imported to the United States. Despite the fact that he lived on two continents, the mileage is only 5,425 km, and the paint Rosso Corsa remains original and in good condition.
A car is sold with its Ferrari Classiche book, user manuals with an original maintenance book, separate service invoices, import documentation, a tool kit and a factory photo album documenting its design. Earlier this month, the car was inspected and serviced by a Ferrari from New England.
The car is driven by the legendary 4.7-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine with 512 hp. and speeds up to 8,000 rpm. The auction house expects to sell it for 2.5-2.75 million dollars.
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