Do Black and Orange Look Good on a Ferrari F50?

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This Ferrari F50 owner has a thing for black and orange - all of his cars have this paint scheme.

As the successor to the beloved Ferrari F40, the F50 had some mighty big shoes to fill when it debuted back in 1995 Although its predecessor is generally preferred among many Ferrari fans, the F50 is still an incredible machine. Powered by a naturally-aspirated 4.7-liter V12 that produced 513 horsepower and 347 lb-ft of torque, it had a top speed of 194 mph. Unlike the F40, it also featured a removable hard top. Ferrari felt there’d be a market for 350 examples, so it made on less just to keep things ultra-exclusive.

The owner of this F50 has a thing for black and orange paint schemes. In fact, all of his cars are done up this way and the license plates are always registered as 999, 9999, or 99999, etc. The rich do have some odd habits. Anyway, does black and orange suit the F50 or is its owner a bit egotistical?

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