Putting any piece of automotive history in your garage is something we all aspire to do, but being able to own one of 349 1995 Ferrari F50s is something astounding in its own right. The thing is, when the 1995 Ferrari F50 was a newborn, it wasn’t exactly the baby that everyone was lining up down the block to meet. Now that the supercar is old enough to drink though, everyone understands it for what it is—an ahead of its time, street legal Formula 1 car that was actually designed and engineered to be driven. 4.7-liter naturally aspirated 4-12 with twin overhead cams per bank and five valves per cylinder producing 520 horsepower with a zero to sixty time of less than four seconds and a top speed of just over 200 miles per hour. This particular 1995 Ferrari F50 is number 73 of the 349 that were produced and is one of 50 that were made to United States spec. The immaculate automobile that was originally delivered to the one and only Mike Tyson still has less than 6,000 miles on it and is Ferrari Classiche certified. It will be auctioned by RM Sotheby’s on March 11.
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