Legendary Ferrari F40 Found 24 Years After It Was Stolen – Executive Digest

At that time it was the most expensive car in the world: it cost about 240 thousand euros to keep it in the garage. After shelling out that fortune, you won't have to wait more than 20 years to experience a Ferrari F40 for unusual reasons.

Today it is one of the most sought-after super sports cars on the market, with an estimated value of 2.28 million euros: last January, at the 'Mecum Kissimmee' auction, a 1992 unit sold for 2.83 million euros.

The 'protagonist' of this story was robbed on April 16, 2000, while parked outside a hotel in the town of Villasanta in Monza (Italy): now, 24 years later, when of course the owner lost all hope, the car has been recovered. Where? The company responsible for the discovery, 'Art Recovery International', does not want to release the data, Spanish publication 'El Pais' reported.

Founder and CEO Christopher A. It was Marinello who broke the news on social media: In the message, the negotiations for the recovery of the F40 were the result of a secret agreement in which three groups of lawyers worked, creating some important forms. Documents for the rightful owner have restored his super sports car.

As a token of gratitude, the owner of the Ferrari F40 treated the founder of 'Art Recovery International' to a special experience that included a test drive on the road and another circuit test.

'Art Recovery International' is a company dedicated to the recovery of stolen works of art: so far, in all its operations, it has recovered pieces worth more than 456.7 million euros. For this purpose, there are highly qualified lawyers and researchers from the United Kingdom, USA, France, Switzerland, Germany and Austria. However, this is the first time they have focused on a car like the Ferrari F40.

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The news becomes even more interesting when we recall former Formula 1 driver Gerhard Berger, who saw his Ferrari F512M found by London's Metropolitan Police.

The model responsible for spelling the end of the Testarossa dynasty and the last model with a V12 “float engine” was stolen 29 years later during the San Marino GP in 1995.

British police recover exclusive Ferrari from ex-Formula 1 driver missing for 28 years

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