A Ferrari F50, finished in black, is currently looking for a new owner in Connecticut, and the starting bid for the classic Italian supercar has been set at just 5,000 USD.
You may have found your dream car because the starting bid for this classic Ferrari F50 has been set at just 5,000 USD. But there is a catch because the F50 has sustained heavy damage to its front end and restoring the crash damage costs more than the value of the vehicle, as the insurance company said. Before it was ruined in the crash, this F50 finished in black did 61,544 miles and it was one of the 56 USA models. It has received a new engine from the Ferrari Factory back in 2008, at 54,000 miles too.
The Ferrari F50 has been officially unveiled back in 1995 and it was made in just 349 units until 1997. The model in question was followed by the Ferrari Enzo and it came in a two-door, two-seat convertible supercar, with a removable hard top. Power was provided by a 4.7L naturally aspirated V12, producing 513 HP (382 kW) and 470 Nm (347 lb-ft) of torque, available at 6,500 rpm. The unit was mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) acceleration was made in 3.7 seconds in the F50 and the supercar could reach 194 mph (312 km/h).