1992 US F40
• 1 of 215 US Cars Produced
• 1 of ~22 US Produced in 1992
• 3-Owner Example
• Every Service Record back to 1992
• Fastidiously serviced
• Never missed a major service interval
• Major Service in 2020
• Classiche Certified
• Cavallino Platinum 2021
• Cavallino "Best Super Car" 2021
• Displayed at Casa Ferrari 2021
• Represented the F40 at Cavallino 2022
• Long Term Ownership Intervals
• All Original Books
• Complete Tool Kit
• Car Cover
• All original Body Numbers
The F40 needs no introduction. It put the, "S" in Super Car and
defined what a Super Car is. It was born from the brethren of the
288 GTO Evolution. It was the last model that Enzo Ferrari had his
hands involved with. The F40 is one of the most iconic designs ever
penned and has stood the test of time by even wooing young
enthusiasts today just as it did 30 years ago. When it was
produced, it was the most expensive road car produced at a cost of
Powered by a 2.9liter Twin Turbo V-8 and pumping out 479hp and 426
lb-ft of torque; it propelled the roughly 2,900lb car to 0-62mph in
4.7 seconds with a top speed of 199mph. The F40 was outfitted with
an all new revolutionary Pirelli P-Zero "Asymmetric" tire that had
Kevlar into the tire.
The U.S. F40's were produced from 1990-1992. Approximately 215 U.S.
examples were produced. Of the 215 examples, approximately 22 of
them were produced in 1992.
This is one of the most documented U.S. F40 examples in existence.
It has been fastidiously maintained. It was delivered new to
Classic Ferrari in Texas. It was in 2 Ferrari collections for a
long time in each collection. It had never missed a service
interval and has a binder full of records. It has around 8,300
miles and it presents as though it has 1,500 miles.
This car was cryogenically cleaned from top to bottom. It has been
on the show circuit the past 3 years. It has been Ferrari Classiche
certified, it has been shown and judged at the Cavallino Concours
where it earned a Platinum and earned "Best Super Car."
This is one of the most complete and documented F40's in existence
and has absolutely no stories that accompany it. This is a true,
"Investment Grade," AAA F40 example.