Eric Clapton's Ferrari F40 Is Actually A Damn Good Deal (Photo)
Eric Clapton's Ferrari F40 Is Actually A Damn Good Deal (Photo)

Eric Clapton’s Ferrari F40 Is Actually A Damn Good Deal “Photo”

This Ferrari F40 formerly owned by Eric Clapton was posted to the sale page of a London firm recently, and for the fairly reasonable price of £925,000, or roughly $1.1 million US.

“The F40 is a real poster car, and one of the most celebrated supercars of the 80’s. A modern classic that turns heads everywhere it goes, and it definitely gets a lot of attention here in the showroom,” said GVE’s David Rai. “The fact it was once owned by Eric Clapton is the cherry on top!”

Decked out in signature Rosso Corsa and with less than 6,800 miles on the clock, Clapton’s F40 is presented in immaculate condition, well cared-for by top garages for enthusiastic collectors. The current owner bought it from old Slowhand himself in 2003 after four years in his talented hands, sending it in for a full fuel system refresh in 2008. The car is currently being evaluated for Ferrari Classiche certification from the factory, and is listed for sale for £925,000 – equivalent at current exchange rates to $1,145,150.

The artist behind innumerable classics including “After Midnight,” “Lay Down Sally,” “Cocaine,” “Forever Man,” “Layla,” and “Tears in Heaven” has owned numerous Ferraris throughout his lifetime – including the one-off SP12 EC he commissioned from Maranello in 2012 on the basis of the 458 Italia.


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