Eddie Van Halen’s Ferrari Up For Auction
via Gotta Have Rock and Roll
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If you have over a hundred thousand dollars just lying around, you might get a piece of rock ‘n roll history in the form of Eddie Van Halen’s black 2000 Ferrari 550 Maranello which will be up for auction. With a minimum bid of $125,000, it’s expected to bring in somewhere between $150,000-$200,000. It’s part of the online auction house Gotta Have Rock and Roll and they specialize in pop culture and rock ‘n roll memorabilia.
According to their website, the race car “is in excellent working condition. VIN ZFFZS49A7Y0118483, and has been maintained and treated with care. The Ferrari comes with the original registration in the name of Edward Van Halen and an original renewal in Eddie’s name.”
EVH briefly owned the Ferrari in 2008 and then sold it to a friend the following year. The mileage is at 28,000.
The auction will kick off on July 22. Other items include Elvis Presley’s 1942 Martin D-18 guitar, Prince’s “Goldfinger” gold-leaf prototype Fender Stratocaster custom guitar, The Beatles’ cardboard concert poster for their August 17,1966 show at the Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, Canada, Jimi Hendrix’s multi-color suede jacket, Jim Morrison’s handwritten lyrics for “The Wasp (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)”, John Bonham’s set of custom-made drum sticks, and Keith Moon’s brown leather jacket.
Check them out here.