A collection of 22 super rare Ferraris and Porches has been discovered in an abandoned warehouse in Belgium.
A £550,000 Ferrari and a Porsche 911, which is reported to have been used in a bank robbery, are among the incredible collection that has been hidden away for years.
Classic car specialist Xavier Molenaar was called in by the owner to value the vehicles, all sat covered in tarpaulin in the unit in central Brussels.
Xavier, from Belgium, told https://whatsthejam.com/ that he counted 16 Ferraris and six Porches, including several Ferrari Testarossa – as seen in the famous cop show Miami Vice – in various rare colours and models.
He said that many of the models in the warehouse hadn’t been seen on the streets for many years they were that rare and were highly sought after by collectors.
A yellow Ferrari 365 GT4 BB is the rarest car in the incredible collection with only 10 ever made. Xavier said that he thought it as the only one in the world in such exceptional condition.
Xavier also uncovered a Ferrari 550 Maranello, a 575M and a F512M. The Porches he found were with rare cooled-Turbo and ‘S’ models,
The haul of remarkable cars has been moved to Oldtimerfarm, Aalter, in Belgium, where they will be restored and later sold.