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Watch: Another Ferrari F40 Burns to the Ground On Turnpike

In less than a year a second Ferrari F40 has burned down. This one happened in Japan, with the previous meltdown in Monaco. No one was injured in either fire and we know that at least in the case of the one that fried in Monaco it will be rebuilt. This one? We're not so sure.
An image of a Ferrari F40 in the studio.

A $1.5 Million Ferrari F40 With No Insurance Totaled On Final Drive Before It Sold

 I don’t usually find myself feeling sorry for supercar owners often. Usually, all I know of those types is them posting photos on the internet of them living some cartoonishly-lavish lifestyle. I’m not hating; I’m just saying hardship isn’t usually associated with folks in this particular tax bracket. However, this poor fella in Australia had …
An image of a Ferrari F40 in the studio.

Stolen $1 Million Ferrari F40 Accidentally Found in Japan

The Ferrari F40 is regarded as one of the best analog supercars ever produced. As you’d imagine, this Italian supercar carries a significant premium in the used market. With just 1,311 F40‘s ever produced, you can expect to pay well over $1 million for a good example. In a recent story told on VinWiki, one …
The drivers side door strakes leading to the air inlet for the engine or a red Ferrari Testarossa.

5 Ferrari Production Cars Designed By Pininfarina

Pininfarina is an Italian design house that has penned the lines of many great cars from around the world. The company, officially called Pininfarina S.P.A. was founded in Turin, Italy in 1930 by Battista “Pinin” Farina. Since then it has built vehicles, as well as designed them for diverse manufacturers globally from Ferrari to Maserati, …
Red burned-out Ferrari F40 awaiting restoration in a shop

Is a Destroyed Classic Car Worth Restoring?

While restomodding can be expensive, it is a great way to keep a classic car enjoyable on the road for longer. However, even though many restomod companies strip the donor cars down to the bare metal, not every donor will do. That’s the unfortunate part of classic car care: sometimes, restoring them isn’t possible. But …