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He owns the only one of these,
http://www.fast-autos.net/vehicles/Ferrari/1996/FX/
He owns one of these,
http://www.fast-autos.net/vehicles/Cizeta/1991/Moroder_V16T/
This guy has over $30,000,000 in automobiles in his possetion.
Here's a hyperlink to his website,
http://www.marconimuseum.org/
Please tell me wat u think.
Tell you what I think? OK. WEAK.

The Matsuda collection is better. 3 250 GTOs, enough said:

http://www.ferrarilife.com/photos/viewphoto.php?p_id=2476&mode=userferrari&modelselect=65

http://www.ferrarilife.com/photos/viewphoto.php?p_id=2474&mode=userferrari&modelselect=65

By the way, the F40 had a V8 not a V12
 

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Those two cars are pretty neat. I've never seen that Ferrari before, the back looks like a Corvette. The Cizeta is just plain neat. I'm guessing his collection is pretty neat....but I bet he doesn't drive them.... Thats why Jay Leno's car collection is neat, because he drives every single one. I'm not however the biggest fan of the vehicles he owns. He does not own a Ferrari, but its a running joke with him.

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That Ferrari "FX" is an interesting car - I have never seen that before. It appears to be based on the 1995 F512M, and has the mirrors and wheels from that car. Other than that it's very unique that's for sure.

the Cizeta is really something. Many people think it's based on the Lambo Diablo, but I think the Cizeta had that shape before Lambo did. Very unique car with a unique sound. You'd think a 16 cylinder engine would be smooth, but they sound a bit "rough". Listen the the Bugatti Veyron at idle, it's....well...."different".
 

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weren't these cars owned by the Sultan of Brunei? he has the biggest car collection in the world, IIRC

the FX is indeed based on the F512M, but IMHO the F512M looks better
 

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