Knight International offered for sale the 1993 Ferrari F40 LM, one of only 19 produced and one of only four specimens made according to the GTC specification.
Like ordinary F40, this F40 LM is also powered by a 2.9-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, but boosted to 720 hp (coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission).
Michelotto took the opportunity to completely revamp the car by reinforcing the chassis and fitting more aggressive bodywork with more extreme front and rear wings, as well as uprated brakes and suspension, a competition-spec gearbox, wider wheels and tires, and an even more stripped-out interior, which featured a futuristic digital dashboard.
In a further effort to save weight, the F40’s distinctive flip-up headlights were replaced with fixed lamps behind Lexan covers. In the end, the F40 LM weighed in at just 2,314 pounds.
So far, the car has only crossed 2,600 km, and the vendor is asking €5 million for it.