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As we know, Hurricane Sandy ripped through the Northeast causing extensive damage and displacing many families and businesses. Cleanup and recovery is expected to be a lengthy, expensive project and help will be needed from just about any and everywhere. One of the businesses affected by the storm has decided to contribute to relief efforts by auctioning off a car and donating the proceeds to the victims. The company just happens to be famed luxury car
and the car up for grabs is the intensely coveted 2013 F12Berlinetta.
The Italian sports car makers, known worldwide for its Prancing Horse logo, and long a symbol of wealth and luxury, are joining together with the American Red Cross to assist victims of Hurricane Sandy with the sale of its highly prized F12Berlinetta. It is Ferrari’s fastest, most powerful street-legal car to date and will go up for auction at the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in Austin TX. It will not be available for purchase in the U.S. market until the second half of 2013 making it a very exclusive ride indeed. The F12Berlinetta was debuted at the 2012 Geneva Motor show and showed here in the U.S. at the Concours d’Elegance of Pebble Beach earlier this year with a base price of $315,888 MSRP.