For Ferrari's 50th anniversary in 1996, the company gave the world its highest-performing road car to date. Following in the footsteps of the F40, the F50 was the culmination of Ferrari's racing experience, powered by a 4.7-liter V12 developed from the 3.5 V12 used in their F1 program several years earlier. Making 513 horsepower and 347 lb-ft of torque, the F50 could sprint from 0-60 in 3.6 seconds, numbers that still compare well 25 years later. The F50 pictured here is a one-owner example, the 144th of 349 made, and perfectly maintained with only 4,491 miles. Copious amounts of documentation and service records are included, along with the soft and hardtops and a "birth book" — pictures of the car as it was assembled at the factory in Maranello.