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1997 Ferrari 550 Maranello

1997 Ferrari 550 Maranello – $197,000

Although the Ferrari 550 Maranello doesn’t have the crazy look of some of the other 1990s supercars on this list, it’s still a special car, with a front-engine V12 and a lot of power, torque and capability to deliver serious thrills. This particular 550 Maranello is finished in desirable red with a beige interior, and it’s offered by Village Import Auto in East Amherst, New York, with just 5,600 miles for $197,000. Find a Ferrari 550 Maranello for sale

1990 Ferrari F40

1990 Ferrari F40 – $1,449,995

The Ferrari F40 was born in the 1980s, but lived on through the early 1990s — and this particular example is a 1990 model. The F40 is one of Ferrari’s most iconic vehicles, and this one is a U.S.-specification F40 in truly amazing condition, with just 7,300 miles on the odometer. It’s finished in red, as all F40 models were, and it’s offered by San Francisco Sports Cars in the San Francisco Bay Area with an asking price of nearly $1.5 million. Find a Ferrari F40 for sale

1995 Ferrari F512M

1995 Ferrari F512M – $549,900

The Ferrari F512M was the very last iteration of the legendary Testarossa, made only during one model year — 1995 — before the 550 Maranello came out for 1997. The F512M has a more modern, upgraded interior compared to the Testarossa, along with a very distinctive wheel design — and it’s tremendously rare in North America. This F512M has traveled just 5,200 miles from new, and it’s offered by exotic car dealership Marshall Goldman Motors in the Cleveland area for $549,900. Find a Ferrari 512M for sale

1998 Lamborghini Diablo SV

1998 Lamborghini Diablo SV – $529,900

The Lamborghini Diablo was Lambo’s flagship model throughout the 1990s — and the Diablo SV was the best version of the Diablo, with an ultra-low production run and about 30 more horsepower than the standard model. This SV has been brilliantly preserved, as it’s traveled just 3,500 miles from new — and it’s now offered by Driving Emotions in Lake Park, Florida, for $529,900. That may seem steep for a Diablo, but this SV certainly isn’t just any Diablo. Find a Lamborghini Diablo for sale

1997 Porsche 911 Turbo S

1997 Porsche 911 Turbo S – $499,993

The “993” variant of the Porsche 911 was sold from 1995 to 1998, and it’s often considered the best of the 911 breed by Porsche collectors and owners. The best of the 993 was the Turbo S model, which was made in tremendously low numbers. This is one such vehicle, a 993 Turbo S that’s traveled just 13,500 miles from new. It’s finished in silver with a red interior, and it’s offered by Porsche Delaware with an impressive $499,993 asking price — a truly huge figure, but well within the market range for a car like this. Find a Porsche 911 for sale

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  1. I just can’t imagine ever paying that much for a 911. I know it’s a low-volume variant, but unless you’re in the know it just looks like every other dentist-mobile.

    • For many buyers, that’s exactly the point: they don’t want to be noticed as if they were driving the Ferraris or Lamborghinis pictured above. They want something that flies under the radar and will be appreciated by like-minded folks.

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