The F50 is the rarest of the Ferrari supercars. Just 349 examples were built, all of which were initially leased to prevent owners from immediately turning and selling them for a profit. Current examples are worth something around three-quarters of a million dollars.
When it comes to rare Ferraris, though, the F50 GT just about takes the cake. Built on the F50 platform to compete in the GT1 class of the FIA GT, Ferrari constructed just three of the specialized race cars before the company decided it wanted to abandon sports car racing and fully commit to Formula 1. With its 750-horsepower V12 that could rev to 10,500 rpm, the F50 GT was rumored to lap the Fiorano test track faster than the Ferrari 333 SP prototype racecar.
It's a rare sight to see an F50 in the wild, and you're likely to never have the pleasure of seeing an F50 GT with your own eyes. Those in attendance at last night's McCall's Motorworks Revival, however, got the chance to see both. The matching pair was one of the many highlights of the event, which included the debut of the Lotus Evora GTE Road Car Concept and the first North American appearance of the Lamborghini Aventador.
You can see a gallery of both the F50 and the F50 GT in the gallery above.