Known as one of the most passionate and knowledgeable Ferrari fanatics on the planet, Ferrari Collector David Lee has and continues to build the most impressive stable of Ferraris aside from the manufacturer itself. Conquering his goal of acquiring the 'Big Five' in both red and yellow, David is back with a new garage update YouTube video to enlighten fans on what he bought, sold, and has joining the collection. The 'Big Five' (or ten in this case) consist of Ferrari's 288 GTO, F40, F50, Enzo, and LaFerrari. Along with a new 2023 Ferrari 296 GTB in yellow, David Lee welcomes a stunning SF90 Spider Tailor Made Inspironzi tribute spec. The one-of-a-kind SF90 Spider is inspired to match a Monaco Blue 1969 Ferrari 356 GT 2+2, which features classic wood highlights and an old-style leather interior.
Being a well-respected client of the brand, Ferrari also offered David Lee a very special 2002-winning Scuderia Ferrari F1 race car driven by Michael Schumacher. A part of the garage is dedicated to Concours-winning specs such as a 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB 4 Cam, 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS, 1971 Ferrari 365 Daytona Spider, and 1964 Ferrari 250 Lusso Competizione. David Lee's one-of-one 2017 Ferrari F12tdf 'DSKL' was made as a modern interpretation to match his 250 Lusso and features his initials as part of its official name. Letting go of the Pagani Huayra, 812 GTS, and SF90 Stradale, the collection will be making space for Ferrari's new 812 Competizione Aperta, 296 Spider, Parosangue, and Daytona SP3. Make sure to stay tuned into duPont REGISTRY to see coverage of Ferrari Collector David Lee's new cars. View all current Ferrari models for sale on duPont REGISTRY BY clicking the link below.
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