Last shot is really great! Enzo, F40, and 288 GTO in the same shot. Awesome.
I find it so strange that we see Enzos and F40s photographed relatively frequently but a shot of an F50 is incredibly rare. There were only 50 more Enzos made (obv MANY more F40s), but they seem to be extremely elusive. I've literally seen one F50 in person and it was at the dealer in 2000. I've seen three different Enzos. So where the heck are all 349 of these F50s hiding out!?!!?
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