After failing to promote at public sale, the proprietor of this 2016 Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta continues to be eager to dump the unique supercar.
The limited-run variant of Ferrari’s most-recent halo automotive, which additionally helped the corporate rejoice its 70th birthday, failed to satisfy its reserve on the 2019 Mecum Kissimmee (Florida) public sale final month. Now, the automotive has been posted through Mecum as a part of its “The Bid Goes On” program. Any purchaser should purchase the automotive because it stands for the low, low worth of $7 million. The vendor may also think about finest affords, car-for-car, or car-for-collection trades.
Ferrari solely constructed 210 LaFerrari Aperta fashions and consumers had been chosen via an extremely strict course of. Famously, the late Preston Henn, who owned a 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale, was denied a construct slot. So was multimillionaire watch and jewellery entrepreneur David Lee, who owns a slew of Ferraris.
2016 Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta
The proprietor’s title is not listed, however the automotive has solely has 174 miles on the odometer. It additionally options an optionally available $62,807 black carbon-fiber hardtop.
Mecum supplied one other LaFerrari at its Kissimmee public sale final month with 418 miles on the odometer, and it bought for $three.three million. We’ve a sense the reserve worth on this one was slightly too excessive for the pocketbooks finally month’s public sale. Ferrari by no means revealed what consumers initially paid for the LaFerrari Aperta, but it surely was probably far lower than the asking worth for this automotive. Are 244 miles value $three.7 million? We do not suppose so.
Ferrari initially banned house owners from flipping their vehicles for 18 months to make sure none of them may make a fast buck promoting their vehicles so shortly, and up to now, it seems this proprietor is having a troublesome time doing simply that.