A Trio Of Ferrari Supercars Is Being Sold For $6.2 Million

A Trio Of Ferrari Supercars Is Being Sold For $6.2 Million

A trio of super low-mileage Ferrari supercars are being sold as a package deal at Ferrari Maserati of New England in Norwood, Mass. According to the dealership, the cars cannot be bought individually and only offers exceeding $6 million will be considered.

The deal includes a 2003 Ferrari Enzo (one of 399 produced), a 1995 Ferrari F50 (one of only 55 examples brought the U.S.) and a 1990 Ferrari F40. Each car has under 300 miles on the odometer (what!!!) and all are listed as "showroom condition" examples. 

Honestly, the deal sounds tempting until you do the math: the cars are being sold for approximately $2 million each, which is roughly 60 percent above the current market value for all three supercars.

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[via CarBuzz]

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