Over. Between $12-$16 million.That's 34 I count in this pic--but I could of missed a couple.
How much money is that total? Like $10 million USD?
I'm surprised no one caught this on video.Wait, wait.
30+ F40's- and not one owner had a half decent camera?
I want high-res. NAO!
That is just amazing. The black one just looks spectacular!!!! 👍
But I wonder, if there is 400 F40's being made, and Japan gets 34, is there any other F40 gathering in the U.S. or Europe?
There's actually, I believe, 1,300 F40's made from 1987 to 1992. But F40 gatherings will probably not happen for a while after this. Your closest bet to a large gathering of F40's, is when a large gathering of all Ferrari's is organized.
They probably don't drive them much because it's not an easy car to drive, nor is very comfortable to do so.Whoops, yeah. I mean 1300 of them (after reading wikipedia) But still i'm amazed. There are so many of them, and yet, they are rarely spotted on the street. Why can't they just let it loose on the streets? (but I'm guessing the car is too loud to run on the road, but what a sound it is. 👍) The only Ferrari gathering that I know of was the Ferrari 60th anniversary trip. But other than that, I can't think of anything else.