First Ferrari FF in Japan goes under the hammer


As parts of Japan still try to bring back the glory they lost to the devastating earthquake, there is still help pouring in. In a bid to help the city of Ishinomaki, Ferrari put up a special charity auction in the island nation that saw funds over $724,000 being raised by the Italian auto giant. Attended by a strong crowd of 200 bidders at the Italian embassy in Tokyo, the auction saw the first Ferrari FF being sold at Japan. The car was successfully bid for by Tokyo based architect Masaharu Seno. The auction also brought shirts signed by the Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Formula 1 team under the hammer. With the proceeds collected, the Italian luxury car makers plan to build a school for the children of the town.

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The auction also brought shirts signed by the Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Formula 1 team under the hammer. With the proceeds collected, the Italian luxury car makers plan to build a school for the children of the town.
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