Today we’re looking at AutoHunter Cinema’s Interesting Find of a heavily modified 1989 Ferrari F40 with racing history. This car was originally finished in Rossa Corsa, as all F40s were, before it was repainted yellow while racing in various motorsports events, including the Ferrari-Porsche Challenge series. Eventually, it would make its way to the Zanasi group in Maranello, Italy, where the car would be finished in Nardo Gray.
Aside from the color change, the car would undergo engine upgrades producing a base tune of 700 horsepower, with the option of turning up the power to 1000 horsepower. The car would feature further mechanical work and interior upgrades like the blue bucket seats intended to pay homage to the early Ferrari racecars of the 1960s. This 1989 Ferrari F40 went on to sell at the 2023 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction for $2,750,000. We wish the owner better luck than this guy.