Berlin-based auction house Auctionata is preparing to sell a 2006 Ferrari FXX on September 26 in Munich.
This particular Ferrari FXX is number 29 and was purchased for the Italian marque’s research and development program. It was driven by Ferrari at a number of the company’s Racing Days events at Spa Francorchamps, the Nurburgring and Monza. While being driven at Monza in 2006, it was involved in a small crash which saw the right corner of the vehicle being damaged. The damaged parts were then swiftly repaired by Ferrari.
In 2007, it was purchased by its current owner and collector. Despite being driven and raced on a number of occasions, its mileage only sits at 2400 km. As number 29, it is technically the last customer vehicle as the 30th and final FXX was produced specifically for Formula One champion Michael Schumacher.
It is expected to sell for 1 million euros.