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Owning a Ferrari is a dream for many and a reality for a select few. In fact, one of the things that make these exotics so attractive is their rarity. Some have even called driving these Italian supercars better than therapy. But owning a Ferrari comes at a cost.

Some of the rarest models have sold for millions. For instance, a 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO, arguably the most precious Prancing Horse, sold for $70 million in 2018. And the rarer the Ferrari, the more it costs and the harder it is to get. Below are five of the best you can buy if someone else doesn’t snatch them out from under you first.

A black Ferrari Monza SP2 on display at the 2018 Paris Motor Show
A black Ferrari Monza SP2 at the 2018 Paris Motor Show | ERIC PIERMONT/AFP via Getty Images

If you want a rare Ferrari, you have to be quick. For example, a 2020 Ferrari Monza SP2 was listed on the duPont Registry on August 11 for $3.2 million. And it was gone, presumably sold, by August 13.

This Ferrari packed the V12 engine found in the 812 Superfast, and the exterior was finished in the historic Rosso Fiorano paint with an airbrushed Scuderia Ferrari logo.

The exterior and interior had carbon fiber accents, including the monocoque, the racing seat, the sill kick, and the under-door cover.

Nera Alcantara upholstery with accenting Rosso stitching and Rosso Alcantara inner details combined for a stunning interior.

Even though that Monza SP2 is already gone, you can still find other awesome Ferraris if you’re fast enough. Here are five rare Ferraris that are available for sale through the duPont Registry as of this writing.

2017 Ferrari 488 GTB

A few Ferrari 488 GTB examples are available, but the one that caught our eye is a 2017 model with only 3,265 miles, listed for $264,888. Under its glossy gray exterior lurks a 3.9-liter V8 turbo engine. It’s for sale through Mark Motors in San Antonio, Texas.

2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale

This example is possibly one of the rarest on the list. Though the SF90 is a production car, the duPont Registry’s post says this example is the only known 2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale to be produced in British Racing Green with a Terra Bruciata leather interior.

This plug-in hybrid packs a 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbo engine paired with electric motors that put out a whopping 986 hp.

With only 265 miles on the odometer, this SF90 is listed for $799,000 by TSG Autohaus out of Los Angeles.

2019 Ferrari 812 Superfast

The 812 Superfast listed is a classic yellow accented with gray and black racing stripes. Boasting a V12 engine, this example has 4,909 miles on it. The list price is $379,888 through Lamborghini Houston in Texas.

2020 488 Pista

Listed by World Wide Ferrari in New York is a Ferrari 488 Pista whose original owner ordered the car through that dealer and was the sole owner.

This 2020 model has 1,056 miles and has a 3.9-liter V8. It’s painted glossy black with gold and red racing stripes. You can take this Ferrari home for $477,995. Plus, you’ll get free maintenance through September 2026 and a factory warranty through September 2022.

2015 458 Speciale Aperta

Ferrari built only 499 Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta examples, and this one boasts a bright-yellow paint called Giallo Modena and black leather seats. In addition, the Speciale Aperta was the last mid-engine naturally aspirated Ferrari. This example has 8,425 miles and a V8 engine. Merit Partners in Atlanta lists it for $599,000.

If you have deep enough pockets to buy one of these rare Ferraris, you have to act fast. They’ll be gone before you can say, “Only those who dare truly live.”


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