Someone Is Asking Over A Million Dollars For This Ferrari 599 GTO

While some mass-produced Ferrari supercars, such as the F430 and California, continue to depreciate, others have turned out to be a great investment for their owners, including this 599 GTO.

In fact, the track-ready variation of the 599 GTB is apparently so popular that it made this seller ask for £899,995, or $1,168,660 at today’s exchange rates, which is significantly more over the white and red example that popped up on the used car market a couple of weeks ago.

However, unlike that particular supercar that covered 1,965 miles (3,162 km) throughout its entire existence, this one only has the delivery miles, which means that it is newer than most F12tdfs currently out on the road.

Finished in a two-shade Rosso Corsa and Grigio Silverstone over a Nero Alcantara interior and adorned with numerous carbon fiber bits and pieces, including the racing seats, the supercar is accompanied by the original luggage set that came with it, and since it had only one previous owner, checking its maintenance history should be a piece of cake. Oh, and it’s in right-hand drive, and you can check out the ad here.


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