Named after Ferrari’s 50th anniversary, this mid-engine sports car was introduced in 1995 in celebration. Estimated to sell to only 350 interested buyers, Ferrari decided to make 349 in a deliberate attempt to rarify their product and make the F50 something significant. Hitting 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds with a top speed of 325 km/h, Ferrari certainly produced an impressive celebration piece. The F50 was eventually succeeded by the Enzo Ferrari.
It’s rumored that the Sultan of Brunei commissioned a custom-made variant. Whether you’re looking to buy that specific car or just trying to find a used F50 for sale, JamesEdition is the perfect spot. Although the Sultan himself is unlikely to list his toy (and if he does, it’s sure to be at an exorbitant price), he’d surely list it here rather than risk it in a finicky auction. Check here frequently for listings of this limited-edition sports car.