F50 GT #003 for sale in England


993cc Man
04-02-2004, 08:11 PM
Oakfields in England have car no.003 (1st owner Jim Spiro, New Orleans USA) which is the third and final car assembled for sale at an undisclosed price.

http://www.classicdriver.com/uk/find/4100_results.asp?sorderby=tblManufacturers%2EsName +ASC%2C+tblModels%2EsModel+ASC%2C+bOfficial+DESC%2 C+tblCars%2EsType+ASC&action=simple%5Fsearch&coopid=0&lcurrency=7&bcompetitioncarsonly=on&next=4100%5Fresults%2Easp&whatbutton.x=0&dealerid=0&bsubmit=true&lmodelflag=12271&bclicked=false&bshowstock=False&lcompetitionmanufacturer=10042&page=0&lCarID=1700464

They specificaly say at their site that they are "unable to list a price without a discussion with the client". This car has also been in Australia where someone paid 1.3 mil dollars (australian? whatever it sounds cheap!).

First owner of car 001 was Art Zafiropoulo in San Francisco and used to show it in Ferrari events. First owner of car 002 was Mr. Okamoto in Japan.

(check out www.barchetta.cc)

PS. Apparently Greek ex-pats managed to secure 2/3 of total production from Ferrari!

JE123
04-04-2004, 03:22 AM
I wish I could buy it.

blindside.AMG
04-04-2004, 03:43 AM
That car is so my style. :boink:

-Davo
04-04-2004, 04:06 AM
Oakfields in England have car no.003 (1st owner Jim Spiro, New Orleans USA) which is the third and final car assembled for sale at an undisclosed price.

http://www.classicdriver.com/uk/find/4100_results.asp?sorderby=tblManufacturers%2EsName +ASC%2C+tblModels%2EsModel+ASC%2C+bOfficial+DESC%2 C+tblCars%2EsType+ASC&action=simple%5Fsearch&coopid=0&lcurrency=7&bcompetitioncarsonly=on&next=4100%5Fresults%2Easp&whatbutton.x=0&dealerid=0&bsubmit=true&lmodelflag=12271&bclicked=false&bshowstock=False&lcompetitionmanufacturer=10042&page=0&lCarID=1700464

They specificaly say at their site that they are "unable to list a price without a discussion with the client". This car has also been in Australia where someone paid 1.3 mil dollars (australian? whatever it sounds cheap!).

First owner of car 001 was Art Zafiropoulo in San Francisco and used to show it in Ferrari events. First owner of car 002 was Mr. Okamoto in Japan.

(check out www.barchetta.cc)

PS. Apparently Greek ex-pats managed to secure 2/3 of total production from Ferrari!


1.3 million Australian is roughly 950,000 american.

993cc Man
04-04-2004, 12:21 PM
I'd say 950000 $US was a good deal! Considering that cars like the Mercedes CLK-GTR go for the same price and the F50 is a far more rare and unique car.

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