A legend in the motor world that took up real estate on the walls and in the minds of many gear heads in their younger years, the 1995 Ferrari F50 is a historic vehicle. The very first Ferrari F50 prototype was unveiled for the first time in 1995 at the Geneva Galleria Museum for an exclusive preview, and now that same one can be yours.
Hands down, this is the most significant F50 in the world, as it has posed for tons of glamorous poster photos, raced laps on Ferrari’s Fiorano test track and was driven by plenty of capable hands, including Dario Beluzzi, Niki Lauda and Gerhard Berger. Not only is it the first F50 ever built, but it also sports the chassis number 99999, making it the last Ferrari made with a 5-digit number. Driving this slick red beast, with its 4.7 liter V12 engine, 6-speed manual gearbox and period-correct gated H-pattern shifter, would be the experience of a lifetime. F50 number 69 of the 359 examples was sold earlier this year for $3.135 million, so we’re anticipating that this car’s final selling price will be astronomical, and rightfully so. Autosport Designs Inc. is offering this dream car and the price is available upon request.