Evaluation: Bought new with $54,913 in options (much of it for extra carbon fiber pieces) by Roger Penske, who hardly drove it at all. It shows just 449 miles.
Bottom Line: More powerful, lighter in weight and fitted with handling enhancements over the standard F12, the F12tdf cost about $600,000 when it was new and Ferrari sold a total of 799 examples. Unlike other modern Ferraris, though, these became collectible pretty much instantly and they typically sell higher in the six-figure range, with some dealers even asking over $1M. This result, then, is on the high side but not outrageous.