How much for a modified, one-off Ferrari F40 (that’s not red)?

Photography Courtesy Barrett-Jackson

Need your ultra-rare Ferrari to be just a little more unique than everyone else’s? This Ferrari F40 is billed as a one-off example finished in Nardo Gray.

This F40 is more than just a special paint job, as it’s also good for 700-1000 horsepower “depending on the setup.” Records show that the Ferrari competed in a few different racing series in the early-to-mid 1990s, including the Ferrari/Porsche Challenge.

Originally built as an "early non-cat, non-adjust" model, the F40 still retains its numbers-matching engine and gearbox.

Watch this 1989 Ferrari F40 cross the Barret-Jackson auction block in Scottsdale later this week.

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LanEvo Dork
2/6/23 8:07 a.m.

I wonder if the Evo bodywork was done at the factory or came later?

Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
2/6/23 10:04 a.m.

In reply to LanEvo :

Not sure if this answers your question, but it sounds like it was done later. Per the listing:

Originally constructed as an early non-cat, non-adjust F40, this Ferrari, Chassis No. 80782, was delivered new to Kroymans following completion at the factory in November 1989. The car remained in the Netherlands, and 3 years after departing the factory, it was rebuilt for racing by Peter van Erp of Cavallino Tuning, the racing arm of Kroymans, including a repaint in yellow. Upon completion, the F40 was sold to Dutch Racing Promotions of Blaricum, Netherlands, for use by H. W. te Pas. 

How much for a modified, one-off Ferrari F40 (that’s not red)? details

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