399...milandro said:Well, as far as value goes.... is money in the bank, a good investement and lots of fun which you can't always say of money invested elsewhere.
Only 400 were ever made, the last one given to the pope has been auctioned recently for charity. The car is pretty exclusive to start with and was sold only to people whom Ferrari was glad to sell the car to. Among those there were the likes of Eric Clapton and Nick Mason. Nick Mason lent his car to the the BBC program " Top Gear" where Jeremy Clarkson had the time of his life driving it......at a price! He had to endorse in a playful way the last book on Pink Floyd written by Nick Mason
See what I mean!?
Nick Mason got by far the worse of that deal, IMHO. He had to spend time with Jeremy Clarkson.milandro said:
I know that car was repaired. I ride my bike past the body shop in LA where it was fixed. However, another of those was totaled a while ago on PCH outside of Malibu. The person driving it walked away but the car was in tiny little pieces all over the road.Jbroad572 said: