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Why the Ferrari F50 Didn’t Get Much Attention

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During the RM Sotheby’s Monterey 2021 classic car auction, a Ferrari F50 was sold for an impressive $3.96 million. Just a few months later in March 2022, another F50 in pristine condition and with only 819 miles on the clock fetched a staggering $4.6 million, setting a new record for this model.

Over time, the value of the F50 has significantly increased, highlighting its desirability as a collectible car. Its appeal lies in its limited production numbers, prestigious supercar status, and the rare combination of a naturally aspirated V12 engine paired with a manual gearbox.

The F50 has rightfully earned its place among the prestigious Ferrari ‘Big Five,’ which includes the 288 GTO, F40, Enzo, and LaFerrari. While affluent collectors have long recognized the value of this exceptional supercar, it is important for others to appreciate the significance of the F50 as one of the final analog supercars.


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Via RMS Motoring

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