To restore this Ferrari F50 spent 250 thousand eurosFebruary 28, 2020
British dealer Girardo & Co sells the 1996 Ferrari F50 production year. The supercar is in its original form, which is indicated by the Ferrari Classiche certificate, and its current owner paid for an expensive restoration – it cost 250 thousand euros and ended at the end of 2019.
The appearance of the Ferrari F50 was timed to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of the Scuderia Ferrari team and was shown to the public at the Geneva auto show in 1995. A total of 349 units of the model were released. The supercar received a 4.7-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine with a capacity of 520 hp. and 471 Nm of torque, which has titanium connecting rods and a carbon-fiber intake manifold, as well as a 6-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential on the rear axle.
The F50 suspension was assembled on double wishbones of various lengths with push rods, Bilstein single-tube gas shock absorbers and 2 anti-roll bars. The stiffness of the racks was affected by the angle of rotation of the steering wheel, speed, pressure in the brake system, the magnitude of the vertical and longitudinal accelerations.
Up to 100 km / h the car accelerated in 3.9 seconds. and accelerated to a maximum of 325 km / h. It is worth noting that the model F50 that appeared on sale, having the number 18, the first owner received on August 1, 1996.
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