Not long ago, we gave you guys a heads-up regarding a 1990 Ferrari F40 slated to hit the auction block this summer. Given the rarity of this ride, interested buyers have no way to predict if another will be on offer again soon. To our surprise, it seems RM Sotheby’s is ready with another albeit an older vintage.

The supercar is chassis number ZFFMN34A2L0085596 with engine number 22771 and gearbox number 137. According to Ferrari Classiche, everything matches. This is something collectors are very particular about when it comes to vehicles of its caliber.

What makes this unit a rare find is its designation as one of the 90 examples out of 213 examples destined for the United States market. If that’s not enough, documentation shows the 1990 Ferrari F40 was originally under the ownership of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.

The odometer shows 2,736 miles which means it rarely saw action. After 13 years of minimal driving, it came under the possession of Michael Warn. By 2007, the 1990 Ferrari F40 underwent service for its air conditioning system and clutch. Handling it at the time was a dealership for the legendary marque.

A thorough inspection of its documentation and service records confirms everything is in order. The coupe is sporting the original red paintwork. Buyers are also getting the “Massini history, warranty booklet, prior titles, bills of sale, and a service invoice,” notes the auction house.

Furthermore, they say, “it is accompanied by owner’s manuals in the proper pouch, tools, and the Schedoni fitted luggage.” RM Sotheby’s will showcase this 1990 Ferrari F40 along with more spectacular lots this December 2022 in Miami.

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