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LaFerrari Up For Sale, Fiat Buys Chrysler, Michael Schumacher Stable: Today’s Car News

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Ferrari LaFerrari, 2013 Geneva Motor Show

Ferrari LaFerrari, 2013 Geneva Motor Show

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One of the 499 LaFerrari supercars destined to be built is already up for sale at a dealership in Germany. It’s not clear who the original owner was but the car has been driven for about 124 miles and is listed for more than $3 million.

Fiat this week announced it will buy all remaining shares of Chrysler, paving the way for a full merger of the two automakers. This brings an end to a saga that started back in 2009 when Fiat agreed to take on a 20 percent stake of Chrysler following the American automaker's bankruptcy and eventual bailout.

Michael Schumacher is in a stable condition after a second round of surgery to treat head injuries caused by a skiing accident. Tomorrow will be the Formula One racing legend’s 45th birthday.

You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines from around the High Gear Media network, right here at Motor Authority.

Ferrari LaFerrari Already Hits The Used Car Market

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UPDATE: F1 Legend Michael Schumacher In Stable Condition

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