Free Ferrari F40 with Purchase of Home

By | June 1, 2010

Ferrari F40

With the economy the way it is, especially in the real estate market, it takes more than a nice home and a low price to attract a buyer. One creative real estate agent in Malibu, CA has taken unique home selling tactics to a whole new level…by offering an incredible Ferrari F40 as part of the package.

$4.4 million gets you a 5,800 sq. ft. contemporary home with incredible views of the Pacific coast, and of course your very own Ferrari F40 to park in the spacious garage. With only 734 miles on the odometer, this is one of the lowest-mileage F40’s around, with a value estimated at roughly $600,000.

The F40 was an incredible car for its time, being the first road legal production car to exceed 200 mph. With a twin-turbo V8 pumping out 471 hp backed by a 5-speed manual transmission, it was faster even than the venerable Porsche 959.

Strangely enough, this particular F40 isn’t even owned by the homeowner, but by the real estate agent, who decided to bundle the two in hopes of getting the home sold faster in a languishing real estate market.

So, if you happen to be in the market for an ocean view home on the Pacific coast, and would love to own your very own 200+ mph Ferrari, then you have until June 30th to pony up the cash (pun intended.) Check out the Realtor.com link below to learn more about the home and car.

(Source Realtor.com)


3 Comments

wilcoxaj on June 1, 2010 at 6:11 pm.

Amazing! Definitely one of my boyhood bedroom wall cars. The time for bargains is definitely during recessions.

Chad Waite on June 1, 2010 at 7:49 pm.

Wait, the real estate agent is throwing the car in? Holy cow, that’s pretty desperate to sell a house. I wonder if the home owner was involved in making this decision…

Sam McRoberts on June 1, 2010 at 8:00 pm.

As I understood it, the house was originally up for sale for $3.9 mil, and wasn’t selling. So, the real estate agent decided to add his F40 into the mix, and raised the total price to $4.4 mil. Technically I guess it would be “buy the house, get the Ferrari for $100k off”, but yeah :) Definitely a desperate real estate agent.

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