The car, a 1990 model located in New Orleans, Louisiana, has 6,699 miles on the clock and is listed with a “Buy It Now” price of just $595,000.
The current owner purchased it from its original owner, who had driven it just 800 miles in total, back in 2004.
The car has since racked up quite a few more miles but it was given a full service only last month. It has all of its original body panels and has never been modified or had its paint finish retouched.
There are no bids at the time of writing and the auction has just over three days to go.
First introduced in 1987 to honor Ferrari’s 40th anniversary, the mid-engined F40 was the final car commissioned by the Prancing Horse’s legendary founder Enzo Ferrari. As such, it was specifically designed to serve as a dramatic and lasting testament to his track-developed, high performance supercar ethos.
The car was built for only two years and during its heyday it was the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive model ever sold by Ferrari. A total of 1,315 examples were built and most are believed to be still in existence.