a museum piece

The Last
Virgin F40

Untouched and barely driven

Factory fresh

This Ferrari F40 was produced in 1992, making it one of the last examples from the five-year production run. The car was delivered to its first owner on April 7, 1993, through the official Ferrari dealer Samocar in Rome. The official warranty expired on April 7, 1995. The car remained with the first owner in Italy until the summer of 1998. On July 29, 1998, the official 1,000-kilometer service was performed at the Ferrari dealer, after which the car was delivered to the second owner. This second owner cherished the car in his collection. This pristine Ferrari F40 has only covered 1,399 kilometers from new. Perhaps this is the last “new” Ferrari F40 available today. The car still has its original tires and comes complete with all original accessories.

The Ferrari F40 was the successor to the 288 GTO and is the second in line of Ferrari’s “Big Five” as we know them today, followed by the F50, Enzo, and LaFerrari. The model designation F40 refers to the 40th anniversary of the Ferrari brand, and it was the last car approved by Enzo Ferrari before he passed away in 1988. Approximately 1,315 units were built between 1987 and 1992.

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