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The Ferrari F40 and F50 are two of the most iconic sports cars ever produced by the famed Italian automaker. Both cars were built to celebrate significant milestones in the company's history, and they remain highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts to this day.  For some enthusiasts, these are holy grail cars and will forever be idolized.

The F40 was introduced in 1987 to mark the 40th anniversary of Ferrari. It was designed by Pininfarina and built by Scaglietti, and it was the last car to be personally approved by company founder Enzo Ferrari before his death. The F40 was powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine that produced an impressive 478 horsepower, and it was one of the first production cars to break the 200 mph barrier.  Only 1,311 F40s were produced and just over 200 arriving in the United States.

One of the most striking features of the F40 was its minimalist design. It featured a fiberglass body with a simple, functional interior that was stripped of any unnecessary amenities. The focus on performance and simplicity made the F40 a true drivers' car, and it quickly became a legend among car enthusiasts.

The F50, on the other hand, was introduced in 1995 to mark the 50th anniversary of Ferrari. It was again designed by Pininfarina and built by Ferrari, and it was powered by a naturally aspirated V12 engine that produced an impressive 513 horsepower. The F50 was a more sophisticated car than the F40, with a more luxurious interior and a number of advanced features such as a Formula 1-inspired gearbox.  Just under 350 of these cars were produced making it much more rare than its predecessor the F40.

Like the F40, the F50 was a true sports car, with a lightweight carbon fiber monocoque chassis and a suspension that was designed to provide maximum grip and handling. It was also one of the first production cars to use carbon-ceramic brakes, which offered superior stopping power and durability.

With the market on F Cars continuing to rise, collector car auctions have seen F40's go for over $1.5mm+ USD and F50's sell for over $3.5mm USD.  F' YEAH!

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