This is THE F50 to own. Comparatively speaking, every other F50 has a boring, mundane history. As has already been (rightfully) stated in another thread, the F50 will only go up in value. So buying a cheap one and fixing it up will equal to the price of a pristine F50 (maybe a tiny bit more), but that doesn't matter. F50s are so far and few between, that a properly sorted car will fetch a no-stories asking price irrespective of a storied past. And in my opinion, the storied history is only a blemish because it was relatively recent. No one would have any trouble selling the ex-Ron Finger 250 GTO, and that was stolen a few decades ago - almost made it out of the country too!
I need an Aventador!