"Nothing is moving in this area," Hagopian told the New York Times. "It’s unprecedented."
According to Cars.com's Stephen Markley:
Even a high-mileage F40 that’s been in an accident can sell for $350,000. Hagopian’s F40 -- which he had listed in a luxury-vehicle classified digest before removing it to sell alongside the house -- has only 734 miles on it, which could push the price past $600,000.
That also makes it one of the lowest mileage F40s on the market.
Unlike the home, the F40 is built for speed -- not luxury. Forget about satellite navigation and cupholders, its only features are those necessary for high performance. The V8 engine produces 478 horsepower.
The Ferrari will be part of the deal until June 30.