That'll buff out, surely.
Are you tired of knockoffs made out of increasingly old and tired Fieros being the only affordable way to get into a (sort of) supercar? Well look no further than this Ferrari, F50, one of 349, and just 56 shipped to the US. There is just a tad bit of damage, and if you count the entire front end being destroyed in a crash as being more than cosmetic, well, then we suppose it’s serious. The good news is that the opening bid is just $5,000; although even with the damage, it will probably go up quite a bit.
The car has 61,544 miles on it, but it got a whole new engine, direct from Ferrari, put in at 54,000. So the engine is practically new, although some other components will probably need replacing. The F50 was built from 1995 to 1997, and although it was never as big a hit as the F40 which came before it, or even the Enzo which came after, that doesn’t mean it wasn’t incredible, and its scarcity now just makes it even more valuable. The 4.7-liter V12 produces 513 horsepower and will propel the F50 to 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds, still nothing to scoff at today.
It may have experienced its 15 minutes o fame recently on Youtube in a video we dubbed 'The Only Supercar Video You Ever Need to See.'