As RM Auctions describes it, "A genuine 'blue chip' investment-quality exotic automobile, this 1991 F40 will certainly continue to top the Ferrari collector's wish list for many years to come."
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The F40 was launched to celebrate Ferrari's 40th anniversary in 1987.
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RM Auctions says the F40 has a "carbon-fiber and Kevlar-reinforced steel space frame chassis with composite body panels [which] was mated to an Evoluzione twin-turbocharged and intercooled four-cam, port-injected V-8 engine, controlled by a race-proven Weber-Marelli engine management system" that produces 471 bhp.
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The F40 has a five-speed manual gearbox and a four-wheel independent suspension.
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The F40 comes with a Ferrari Certificate of Origin dated October 12, 1990, a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency letter, Italian export paperwork, and an engraved "Built Especially for Lee Iacocca" card.
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The original F40 units shipped with a suggested retail price of $400,000. This rare supercar should fetch between $650,000 and $750,000.
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The F40 was never intended to be a race car, but did make a brief track appearance in 1989. The F40 was discontinued in 1992.
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This F40 has had only three owners, and has been driven less than 300 miles.
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