If you’re looking for a Ferrari F40 and you aren’t quite satisfied with the current crop of F40 models on the market, there’s always this one. This is a 1992 Ferrari F40, and it’s been converted to "LM" specifications — the "LM" model being the high-performance, race-ready version of the regular F40.
Offered by Crave Luxury Auto in the Houston, Texas area, this F40 amazingly has a one-owner Carfax report that shows it was sold new in Houston, then moved to Nevada in 2003. The ad, however, notes things a bit differently, mentioning that the car went to a large collection in Dubai at some point in the interim.
One thing, however, is for sure: this is a truly incredible car. It started life as a regular Ferrari F40, which is of course one of the most special cars of all time — and then it morphed into an LM "with the utmost attention to detail," courtesy of a shop called Mototechnique in the U.K. The car is reportedly untouched and never driven since the conversion, and it appears to be in absolutely pristine condition.
It’s also interesting to take a look at how the "LM" model looks, since the regular F40 is already so stripped-down it could easily be a race car itself. Indeed, the LM is even more bare-bones, with fixed windows that only have a small opening, one single set of fixed headlights, racing seats, a larger wing, different wheels, a more substantial front splitter and more.
It’s a special car that’s been transformed into an even more special car — and now it’s listed for sale with around 12,000 miles for $1.75 million. It’s an amazing figure for an amazing vehicle.