German Used Car Dealer Selling First Production LaFerrari for €2.38 Million
Jan 03, 2014 11:43
Only 499 LaFerraris will be built, but the owner of the very first production model has decided to sell it, and he wants to make a profit too. The car's original cost €1.3 million ($1.77 million) and he's selling it for €2.38 million ($3.25 million).
Sporting a No.1 of 499 badge, the first production LaFerrari has surfaced on the website of luxury used car dealer SEMCO from Munich, Germany.
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