The Ferrari F40 is unquestionably one of the greatest and most legendary supercars of all time, and this 1989 F40 Berlinetta “Non-Cat, Non-Adjust” iteration is without fail a fine example that’s heading to auction with Bonhams.
With just one owner from new, this F40 is perhaps one of the cleanest examples to ever hit the market. Finished in the factory-supplied color of “Rosso Corsa,” and being just one of the 1,315 examples ever made, the classic supercar also comes with optional extras such as wind-up windows and air conditioning — remember, this is basically a road-going F1-derived car, and is one of Ferrari‘s most visceral and hardcore models ever made, so ticking the option box for things such as this aren’t as alien as you’d expect.
Making this sale particularly special is that it’s barely been driven and comes with the original Ferrari F40 pouch containing all the necessary books, one of which noting the milage, which today sits at 1790 km. Having not seen the light of day in 30 years, the F40 is in pristine condition inside and out, and is about as close to seeing a “new” F40 as one could get.
As a result, Bonhams has estimated the car to sell for between £850,000 GBP and £1,300,000 GBP (approximately $1.15M — $1.77M USD), but there is no reserve so it could go for less — or much more. Take a look at the F40 above, and find out more on Bonhams’ listing.
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