Evaluation: Built in 2015 then sold as ‘new’ in 2017 this FF appears to have not been driven and the odometer shows 5575 km (3464 miles). Bonhams’ notes also say ‘The FF has been on static display since acquisition and will require re-commissioning before road use. The only real clue to the car’s history is a note on the driver’s door written in Arabic. The exterior is immaculate on all surfaces save for one small minor mark on the bonnet, and the interior still has that new car aroma.
Bottom Line: This was the last car of the sale. It has been sitting for too long. It’s also a left-hand driver in a right-hand drive market, but UK bidders had to factor in an extra 20 percent VAT if the car was to remain in the country. All those factors brought this nearly like-new Ferrari shooting brake to only a minor discount. It’s less than half of the car’s original price in GBP, but FFs are still more used high-end GT than modern collector car, and other FFs for sale in the UK are asking in the low-£100k range.