Ferrari F60 America is $2.5 Million Dollar Unicorn
Hauler parking area of Car Week is more impressive than most car shows, including many different Ferrari models.
Monterrey Car Week has come and gone and we have brought you a ton of coverage from the world-renowned, week-long celebration of all things automotive. However, we came across this video of Shmee touring the parking area for all of the haulers for the show vehicles and it is just too interesting to pass up. In this video, we get a look at many of the vehicles from Car Week in one tight area, with everything from antique Mercedes-Benz models to the Ferrari F60 America to the Bugatti Chiron.
In the long run, the fact that we can watch an 11-minute video of the truck parking area shows the quality of the fleet in attendance at Monterrey Car Week. Best of all, Shmee finds a few particularly cool cars as they are being loaded to go home, allowing us to see and hear these multi-million-dollar supercars in action.
Shmee in the Polo Fields
The video begins with Tim Burton, better known as Shmee150 on YouTube, explaining that he is at the truck parking area for California Car Week. This area is called the Polo Fields and this is where almost every vehicle that attends a Car Week program is loaded into its trailer before being hauled home. Rather than trying to catch all of these rare and incredible cars on display around Southern California, Shmee finds them all in one convenient location for us to enjoy and since they are being loaded, we get to hear them run as well.
Ferrari F60 America
During the course of this video, Shmee finds all sorts of incredible sports cars old and new, but one of the stars of this footage is the Ferrari F60 America. This car is one of ten produced to celebrate Ferrari’s 60th anniversary in the United States, essentially being an F12 convertible with a unique interior and exterior look and a price tag of roughly $2.5-million dollars.
We get to see this rare Ferrari early in the video, but around seven minutes in, we get to hear this car move around as it loads onto the trailer.
Shmee is obviously a huge fan of Ferraris and the Polo Fields offer a near-endless bounty of Italian sports cars wearing the Prancing Horse from every era of the company’s existence. We see an F12 TDF, several classic 250s, a 430 16M, an 812 Superfast, a Daytona Spider, a Dino, an antique race car and many, many more that Burton doesn’t identify by name.
There is even a Ferrari Modulo, which might be one of the nastiest-sounding cars on the video.
Finally, in addition to Burton’s keen focus on the Ferraris in attendance, we get to see and hear a 300SL Gullwing that had been converted into a topless race car, a hypercar from W Motors, a Heritage Edition Ford GT and a truck that is hauling two examples of the Bugatti Chiron.
Crank up your speakers and enjoy!