The Ferrari F40 is one of the rarest and most sought-after supercars in the world so to get one for free, especially one that is in near-mint condition and only with 734 miles on the clock, would be next to impossible--at least that’s what you'd think.

One Malibu agent, however, is giving away a free F40 to anyone who purchases one of his listings: a 6,000-square-foot house for the listed price of $4,399,333. Apparently the housing market is so bad that the owner is resorting to this drastic measure to complete the sale.

Surprisingly, the Ferrari does not belong to the homeowner. It belongs to the selling agent, Vahe Hagopian, who previously tried to sell the car on luxury-vehicle classifieds duPont Registry.

There were only ever 213 Ferrari F40s imported into the U.S., and each of these can command prices of up to $600,000.

Interested buyers have until June 30 to take advantage of the deal.

[Wheels Blog]