Mark Gold from The Ticket Clinic found a way too good deal in Japan during his search for the perfect Ferrari F40.
After a few negotiations, he found out that the car had some modern upgrades.
Since all the papers were presented in Japanese, a Tokyo PPI was turned down immediately by the owner, and the VIN serial number on a Ferrari chat confirmed that the vehicle was stolen in 1996 from Italy, the car collector pulled down the deal.
With only 11,000 cars released seems a bit unreal to find a stolen one on an international market a stollen Ferrari. Maybe the sellers thought that 24 years would magically erase the theft.
Listen to the whole story in the video. It’s quite interesting. Though there's no happy ending for the stolen Ferrari's owner.