For a luxury car expect to gain up to six million dollars.
Auction house Sotheby’s will auction a unique limanowski Ferrari F40 LM Michelotto-built Atelier at the request of the rider Rene Herzog.
The car is estimated at 5.3-6.1 million dollars.
The basis of a Ferrari F40 LM with chassis number “74045” lay down pre-production prototype road car that in 1992 sold to party series “Le Mans” and IMSA Rene Herzog. He immediately passed the car to Michelotto for building the LM version. In 1995, supercar sold the GT Racing team which participated in the European GT championship.
In April, the preliminary heats of the participants of the “24 hours of Le Mans”, the new owner of the car – French team Pilot-Aldix, was fifth in the overall standings and was fastest in the GT1 class. In qualifying F40 LM came seventh and second, respectively. Marathon Pilot-Aldix finished in 12th place overall and sixth in GT1. This result considers the best in the racing history of Ferrari F40.
From the normal F40 limanowska version of the supercar has an increased impact 2.9-liter twin-turbo “eight”. Instead of 478 and 577 Nm forces the moment she gave 720 forces and 706 Nm of torque. From standstill to 100 kilometers per hour F40 LM was dispersed in 3.1 seconds – a second faster road car. Maximum speed supercar amounted to 367 miles per hour.
In addition, the F40 LM received a lightweight body kit, stiffer suspension, reinforced brakes and a racing transmission.
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