If you’re looking to add a Ferrari LaFerrari to your garage as a daily driver, boy does Fusion Motorsports in Chatsworth, CA, have a deal for you.
Of course, you’ll pay a premium for one of the 499 made, but when you have LaFerrari money, three million dollars over the original $1.4 million price tag is most likely chump change.
This isn’t the first LaFerarri to come up for sale in the States. One sold last year for an estimated $5 million, and there are a few others for sale at the time of this article, all bumping precariously close to that number as well, making this latest offering a steal.
Common wisdom used to be that investing in cars was almost always a sure loser, and investing in late model cars was absolutely moronic, but not these days.
Enzos are listed for $3.5 million. That’s a 500% increase over original list price for a car that isn’t even a classic yet.
Heck, even the lowly 2006 Ford GTs are selling for about $300k. That’s a 100% increase over sticker price. Yes, you read that right. A Ford that actually has increased in value within 10 years of being built. It’s a strange, strange world we live in.
I could go on and on, but I won’t. You get the picture. If you have the scratch and want to drive a supercar for free – or even better, profit – just get in good with the folks at Ferrari, Lamborghini or Koenigsegg, buy one of their new, limited models, put a few miles on it and then sell it to somebody else who wasn’t in that inner circle. Apparently it’s a sound investment these days.