1995 Ferrari F50

Ferrari had huge shoes to fill on its 50th anniversary — topping the legendary F40, and rivals like the Bugatti EB110 and McLaren F1. Ferrari spent four years developing the F50, starting with a carbon fiber tub on which Pininfarina crafted a smooth, flowing body made of carbon fiber, Kevlar, and Nomex honeycomb. Powering the F50 was the type F130B 4.7-liter V12, a development of Ferrari's engine that powered its 1992 F1 car. The plant's 513 horsepower pushed the car from 0-60 in 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 202 MPH. Mission accomplished. This 1995 F50 was the eighth of 349 examples built and has had two owners since leaving Maranello. Finished in Rosso Corsa paint over a Nero interior, the car was delivered new to Singapore, 18 after which the original owner sold the car to a client in Texas, who now offers the car for sale. Barely used, the car shows 625 miles and is in accordingly immaculate condition.

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