1994 Ferrari F40 LM Oct11

1994 Ferrari F40 LM

Chassis No. 97904 Engine No. 019 Gearbox No. 020 Radically updated over the road going F40; lighter and much more powerful The 18th example of 19 produced One of just two with the pushrod/rocker arm suspension; the only example in private ownership Quite possibly the finest surviving example and perhaps the most original in existence Full service by Ferrari of Central Florida, including its timing belts in July 2013 The ultimate Ferrari F40; unrivaled track performance Sold For $3,300,000 at RM Sotheby’s 2015 Monterey Auction 720 bhp, 2,936 cc F120 B 90-degree V-8 engine with twin IHI turbochargers and Behr intercoolers, Weber-Marelli electronic fuel injection, five-speed manual...

»
31 of 50 – 2005 Maserati MC12 Sep28

31 of 50 – 2005 Maserati MC12

630 bhp, 5,998 cc DOHC 65-degree V-12 engine, six-speed Cambriocorsa paddle-shift transmission, front and rear suspension with double wishbones, steel dampers, and coaxial coils and springs, and four-wheel Brembo cross-drilled and ventilated disc brakes. Wheelbase: 110.2 in. The Italian supercar…perfected! Maserati FIA GT racing pedigree and design…for the road! The 31st of only 50 examples built; unquestionably one of the finest in existence Two owners and less than 770 kilometers from new One of the most stylish designs of the modern era Can one improve upon the Ferrari Enzo? This was the question Maserati faced when they decided to produce their own supercar. As Maserati was again coming into...

»
America’s First Toyota 2000GT Jul03

America’s First Toyota 2000GT

150 bhp, 2,000 cc DOHC Yamaha aluminum hemi-head inline six-cylinder engine with three Solex carburetors, five-speed fully synchronized manual transmission with overdrive, four-wheel independent suspension, and four-wheel power-assisted Dunlop disc brakes. Wheelbase: 91.7 in. The first U.S.-delivery and first left-hand-drive 2000GT Known ownership from new; unrestored and incredibly well preserved One of the most original surviving examples The ultimate and first Japanese supercar Sold for $825,000 by RM Sotheby’s Part of the Pinnacle Portfolio “Get down!” Gunfire erupts and James Bond jumps into a white Japanese sports car. The car speeds onto the streets of Tokyo, its twin-cam straight-six...

»