Ever fancied owning a Ferrari? Here's your chance; the Sunday Star-Times reports:
Debt-laden property developer Terry Serepisos has put his Ferrari convertible on the block.
His silvery blue 2007 Ferrari F430 is to go under the hammer at Turners Auctions prestige car auction in Auckland next Saturday.
The car is one of two Ferraris that Serepisos had in his garage.
He sold the other one, a 2001 360 Spider, in May last year.
"I've got another one. I don't need two Ferraris," Serepisos told Business Day when the Spider was put up for sale last year.
Turners online catalogue says, "The F430 is said to be the best Ferrari ever made." It says the car has 2600km on the clock and a top speed of 315kmh.
We guess that when you live by the deal then you die, metaphorically speaking by the deal as well, and Terry Serepisos is finding out the reality of that. We'd far rather though that arrangements be made to secure the future of the Wellington Phoenix, which has been a catalyst for the improvement of football in New Zealand.
In the meantime, if you're in the market for a Ferrari that's hardly been out of the garage, get yourself down to Turners next weekend. Any bets on what sort of price it'll fetch?