1992 Ferrari F40 heads to auction, with no reserve

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1992 Ferrari F40 heads to auction, with no reserve

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The F40 is one of the most iconic and most characteristic models of Ferrari. The car was designed on Ferrari’s 40th anniversary and it was the one who got Enzo Ferrari’s last approval.

1992 Ferrari F40 heads to auction, with no reserve




One of the 1,311 cars built, will be auctioned soon by RM Sotheby’s, without a reserve. This F40 is a 1992 model and it has covered 26,800 km.

Externally, it is painted in the most recognizable color of the Italian company, the Rosso Corsa and it rests on the classic 5 spoke rims. Its interior features red bucket seats, a three-spoke steering wheel, three aluminum pedals and plenty of bare carbon.

Mechanically it is equipped with a 2.9-liter V8 bi turbo engine which produces 478 hp, which enable the car to do the 0-100 km/h in 3.8 seconds. The firm believes that the car will be sold somewhere between €725,000 and €875,000.