Evaluation: From the Gran Turismo Collection. A European specification cat, non-adjust example fitted with a straight-through exhaust. It does not look like it has done the 48,500 miles shown on the odometer and presents in excellent overall condition, but that’s partly because it has been extensively rebuilt after an accident in the vendor’s ownership that required new front and rear clamshells from the factory. Consequently, the roof is slightly duller than the remainder of the car. The wheels are good but with some small corrosion spots. There are some paint chips on the right-hand sill, rear left engine intake, and there is some slight bubbling on the rear deck.
Bottom Line: The sale price here is between Hagerty UK’s condition #3 and #4 prices of £1.7M and £1.4M, a fair reflection when balancing its mileage and accident/rebody history versus its most desirable current ‘non-cat, non-adjust’ spec. It’s still seven figures, but for someone who wants an F40 to actually drive hard and enjoy, this is a good and reasonably economical way to do it.