Platinum Award-Winning F40 at Goodings Pebble Beach Auctions

Platinum Award-Winning F40 at Goodings Pebble Beach Auctions

Platinum Award-Winning F40 at Goodings Pebble Beach Auctions

Coachwork by Scaglietti

Estimate $3,000,000 - $3,750,000

Chassis ZFFMN34A5M0087568

The 105th of Only 213 US-Specification F40s

Delivered to Texas and Collector-Owned from New
Exceptional Example Showing Less than 1,800 Miles when Catalogued
Platinum Award and Ferrari Supercar Cup Winner at the 2020 Cavallino Classic
Accompanied by Books, Tool Kit, Massini Report, and Service Records

The monumental Ferrari F40 is a modern supercar that needs no introduction. 

35 years after its unveiling in Maranello, it continues to capture the hearts of car enthusiasts worldwide with its iconic visual presence and breathtaking performance. 


This 1991 Ferrari F40, chassis 87568, is the 105th of just 213 examples ever built for the US market. Delivered new to Texas, it has been collector-owned from the start, with just four owners in total. 


Under the ownership of its second owner, the F40 was displayed at the 2000 Palm Beach Cavallino Classic, where it received a Platinum Award. Soon after, the F40 was acquired by the Ming Collection, a carefully curated assemblage of pristine, low-mileage Ferraris. It remained with the Ming Collection for nearly two decades, during which time it was regularly serviced on a strict, time-related schedule. Acquired by the current owner in 2019, the Ferrari has since received a thorough detailing and belt service overseen by the consignor’s in-house, factory-trained technician, in preparation for the highest levels of concours judging. 


This effort resulted in a Platinum Award in the F40’s debut at the 2019 Ferrari Club of America National Concours in Phoenix, as well as the prestigious Ferrari Supercar Cup and yet another Platinum Award at the 2020 Cavallino Classic in Florida. 


Today, this highly sought-after US-specification, Platinum Award-winning F40 comes to market with less than 1,800 miles from new at the time of cataloguing, presenting in exceptional condition in all respects.


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