The Ferrari F40 is one of the most desirable Ferrari models in history. Only 1,311 models were built, and at the time of its release in 1987, it represented cutting-edge technology and performance capabilities that made it the fastest production car in the world.
That’s the kind of appeal the F40 has to old and new collectors alike. Anytime one of these bad boys hits the market, collectors trip over themselves for the chance to own one. With that in mind, it came as a bit of a shock to my senses when I found out that a 1991 Ferrari F40 failed to find a new owner at a recent auction held by H&H on October 14, 2015.