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Low mileage, high performance, and rarity are all great, but an interesting story is what separates the ordinary from the highly coveted when it comes to classic cars. Now there’s a supercar up for sale in Miami that has all of that and more.
An extremely rare 1993 Cizeta V16T formerly belonging to the Sultan of Brunei is now up for grabs through Curated, a dealership specializing in vintage supercars.
Read more: Car auctions have seen a digital boom amid the pandemic, with industry leaders citing a ‘reallocation’ of priorities and resources
Cizeta, a short-lived supercar company founded by ex-Lamborghini engineer and exotic-car dealer Claudio Zampolli and famed record producer Giorgio Moroder, built fewer than 20 cars during its main production run from 1988 to 1994, and this is one of them.
Given its history and rarity, Curated is asking deep six figures for the car — $729,000 to be exact. And lest you think that the pandemic might have destroyed the market for ultra-high-end vehicles, car auctions have actually seen a boom over the last several months. Auction companies like Hemmings and Bring a Trailer have noted a spike in demand, despite overall uncertainty in the economy.
Check out the Cizeta and its story below — you probably won’t see another one on the market for a while.
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SEE ALSO: Car auctions have seen a digital boom amid the pandemic, with industry leaders citing a ‘reallocation’ of priorities and resources
The 1993 Cizeta V16T up for sale is one of only nine models built, and it’s the only example finished in blue on blue.
The Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah, bought it new in 1993, adding it to his collection that’s reported to have several …read more
Source:: Business Insider