Ft. Lauderdale, Florida’s famed Aero Toy Store has listed an impressive collection of Ferrari Racecars for sale on JamesList.
And the pick from the collection is a 1991 Formula 1 Scuderia that is priced at $700,000. One of the last turbo-charged Ferrari Formula One cars, powered by a 3.5-litre 60-valve 4 cam turbo-charged V12-engine, originally designed for the Maranello team by the former McLaren engineer John Barnard. Next up is a 2005 Ferrari 575M GTC/2220 Michelotto Competizione, also priced at $700,000. This model of Competition Ferrari was built primarily by N Technologies. However this particular example, Chassis No 20, was one of the few examples to be built by the most acclaimed Ferrari competition coach builder of all time, Michelotto, to participate in the FIA GT championship.
Two more Michelotto-built models follow: a 2008 Ferrari 430 GTC, at $700,000 as well, based on the F430 Challenge and designed for the FIA GT3 European Championship, but also used in other national GT championships; and a 2002 Ferrari 360 Michelotto Le Mans Race Car for $275,000, modified by Michelotto to N-GT specification for competition in the GT championship.
Last for sale is a 2000 Ferrari 360 Challenge Race Car that makes an excellent entry level acquisition for a Ferrari racer collection at just $150,000. It was a non-road legal variant of the Modena that shed 120 kg of weight by use of carbon fiber and stripping out of all of the road car’s luxuries such as leather interior coverings, electric windows and mirrors. The car boasted a fully stripped out racing interior with full integrated welded in roll cage and fire extinguisher. Lightweight BBS 18″ alloys, challenge rear grille and plexi-glass rear engine cover cosmetically distinguished the car from the standard 360.
All the cars feature unique racing livery having actually participated in championship competitions with the pedigrees to prove it.