Is Buying a Ferrari F40 the Best Way to Spend $1m?


Immaculate Ferrari F40 is currently for sale in Australia in concours winning condition.

Ferrari built just over 1,300 examples of the legendary F40, so when one comes up for sale on the private market it’s a rare opportunity to invest in motoring royalty. When rolled out in 1987, it was the fastest, most powerful and most expensive Ferrari on the road. Designed to celebrate 40 years of the Prancing Horse, the F40 was also the last Enzo-approved Ferrari.

This particular example, for sale in Australia, is described as being in concours winning condition and was also recently certified as “Ferrari Classiche.” That means Ferrari engineers in Maranello have given the car a thorough going over and are satisfied it complies with original specs. Priced at $1.1m Australian Dollars (a shade of $1m USD at today’s rates), it has less than 2,500 miles on the clock and represents a fantastic chance to own a car that will only go up in value over time. Can you think of a better way of spending a million bucks?

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