In a press release issued today, Ferrari announced a road trip that occurred yesterday, featuring some of the rarest Ferraris in existence.
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Ferrari collector John Hunt arrived in Maranello to take delivery of his new LaFerrari in absolute style. Joined by his two children and a group of friends, they ventured to the delivery spot from London in a 288 GTO, an F40, an F50 and an Enzo, each owned by Hunt.
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“Ferraris are the ultimate sports cars as far as I’m concerned,” he was quoted as saying in the press release. “I love driving them all, each one is different. I’ve clocked up over 16,000 km in the Enzo alone, for example.” When asked about his latest arrival, he declared: “I was completely blown away after just 5 [minutes] behind the wheel. I can’t wait to get to know it inside out but I can already safely say that the LaFerrari is a spectacular car.”
This collection in itself is incredibly rare and a highly sought after grouping. On duPontREGISTRY.com, we currently have listings for F40s, F50s and Enzos, but the 288 GTO is so rare, we do not have one listed. If you take a look below the gallery, you can see a couple of our current listings.
The F50 is listed at $1 million, while the Enzo has a price tag of nearly $2 million. Though the F40 does not have a price given, one was sold by RM Auctions on Jan. 17 for $935,000.
This means the F40, F50 and Enzo alone have a combined value of around $4 million. A 288 GTO was also sold by RM Auctions on May 25, 2013 for €963.200 (approx. $1,303,000 USD,) and the LaFerrari has a price tag of $1.4 million. Add all of these figures up and you have a collection worth well over $6 million.
Be sure to check out the video above and images below to see these incredible supercars parked side-by-side.
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