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Tuesday 16 May 2017

Ferrari F12: How much do they cost to own? – by TGE_LDNM


Tom Exton – also known at TGE_LDNM – tells us what it’s like to own a Ferrari F12 and how much it cost him in the six months he owned it.

If you aren’t familiar with Mr.Exton, he works in the City by day and co-founded LDN Muscle with his twin brother. He’s become a social media star and also – we’re pleased to say –  a good customer of Redline.

One of the great things about having YouTubers as customers is that they produce some great videos about the cars they own and drive – in this instance a Ferrari F12. One of the topics they rarely tackle, however, is the cost of supercar ownership.

“Certainly the best car I’ve ever had”

In this video, Tom explains what it has been like to own his first Ferrari and how much it has cost him including depreciation, insurance, finance and extras & accessories – and he even gives a figure for his 6 months of ownership. Apart from a couple of electrical gremlins ( all covered by Ferrari’s four-year manufacturer warranty), the F12 proves to be a dream to own.

Now, where did that number plate go? ???? Watch: Mystery Solved

 

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