Whether you're a boxing enthusiasts, car enthusiast, or both, you'll want to take a look at what was once Mike Tyson's 1995 Ferrari F50, now on sale for a little over $2 million USD. In nearly flawless condition, the vintage Ferrari is valued at $2.25 million USD and is expected to sell for between $2.2 million USD and $2.4 million USD.
In terms of that pristine condition, the car has never been driven hard and has been well maintained throughout its life. The paint job is reportedly free of any damage, while the bare carbon fiber and leather interior features virtually no wear.
Under the hood you will then find a 4.7-liter V12 engine that cranks out 520 horsepower.
Recognized as number 73 out of 349, Tyson previously sold the Ferrari with 4,900 miles on it. The remaining miles have been accumulated since 2005.
Lastly, the vehicles comes with two sets of tools in the front deck, owner's manuals and warranty booklet in their leather folio, wheel socket, car cover in bag, both the removable hardtop and emergency soft top with bag, utility light, window sticker, the "circus trunk" containing roll bars, and a carbon rear tonneau cover.
This 1995 Ferrari F50 heads to auction on March 11.