The Ferrari F50 is not as celebrated as the F40 which came before it or the Enzo which it preceded. The middle child in the automaker’s run of hardcore supercars still commands a ton of cash, though. Part of that is due to its rarity. Only 349 examples were built, and most of those were finished in Rosso Corsa, Ferrari red. A handful, four to be exact, were painted Nero (black). RM Sotheby’s
is auctioning off one of two Nero F50s sold in the US, with the supercar expected to fetch between $3,000,000 to $3,500,000 when it hits the block next month in Arizona.