Aside from the Holy Trinity, there are several examples of three being a perfect number. Today, we’re bringing to you what we think is a perfect trio of supercars from Ferrari that’s up for sale at Ferrari of Long Island.
A majority of our readers have more than one car, and many of our subscribers have a triple threat in their garages. Such is the case of a gentleman in New York. He managed to snag not one rare Ferrari, but three of them.
Each of the cars in the trio carries its own prestige and heritage. They’re all up for sale right now at Ferrari of Long Island. Sure, you could buy just one of them. But wouldn’t life be better knowing you had the whole set?
Check them all out down below and click their corresponding buttons to view more info on each car.
2009 Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M
Back in 2009 he purchased a Ferrari F430 from Ferrari of Long Island. But this example was not like the others. As one of the final examples of the F430, the factory decided to pull out all the stops. You might consider the Scuderia Spider 16M to be simply a convertible version of the Scuderia, but it is so much more.
Scuderia Ferrari celebrated its 16th Formula 1 Constructor’s World Championship in 2008. This record achievement was a major cause for celebration. The party was probably impressive, and the fun continued on to the assembly line. They decided to name the car 16M (Mondial means world), and build 499 examples for their best customers.
This meant removing all upholstery and insulation, crafting an interior of carbon fiber, and more power. It arrived with a dry weight of only 2,954 lbs, 503 horsepower, and a chassis reinforced for racing.
It was ordered with every special option available. Carbon fiber seats, contrast stitching, 3D fabric, white tachometer, and the Italian flag livery. Those stripes are a defining part of the 16M’s design, so he chose to replicate it on the next limited edition model.
2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta
His 2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta is also 1 of 499. It also serves as the end of the 458 series. Powered by the last naturally aspirated V8, it offers 597 horsepower and 398 lb-ft of torque without using turbos. It was and is the most powerful street-legal non-turbo Ferrari convertible.
2017 Ferrari F12tdf
Another limited edition car was needed to finish the collection. Long Before Lance Armstrong, the Tour de France was a car race. One car dominated the event between 1956-’64, the iconic Ferrari 250. To celebrate the car’s success, they chose to build 799 examples of the F12tdf. Under the hood is essentially a race motor.
The 6.3L V12 was blessed with solid tappets and a variable geometry intake. It revs to 8,900 RPM at an instant, making 769 horsepower and 520 lb-ft of torque. This allowed it to lap the Fiorano test track 2 seconds faster than a normal F12, and only 1.3 seconds slower than the LaFerrari!
An opportunity like this won’t happen again. Each example will only become more valuable, so it makes sense to purchase all three. If not, please allow them to be reunited on a regular basis. Tell us your favorite in the comments below, and stay with us for more amazing offers from Ferrari of Long Island.
Images by Michael Neamonitakis