President Trump’s Ferrari, Rolls-Royce Head To Auction
Own a piece of history with these vehicles heading to auction. President Trump is thinning his personal collection being that presidential security rules that don’t allow the chief executive to drive a car after leaving the White House. That means this 2007 Ferrari F430 or 2010 Rolls-Royce Phantom will cross the block at the Mecum Auctions Kissimmee event in January.
The red Ferrari was last auctioned in 2017 for $270,000 and the Rolls-Royce in 2018 for $145,000. The Rolls even comes with an owner’s manual that Trump signed: “I loved this car, it is great! Best of luck.”
The Ferrari has 6,910 miles since new and the copy of the original title which included the address of Trump Tower in New York City and President Donald Trump’s distinctive signature. The Rolls Royce has 56,700 miles since new, the Starlight headliner, and 6.75L/453 HP V-12 engine.
While it’s not a law, ex-presidents still under U.S. Secret Service protection are strongly encouraged not to drive on public roads. While Trump won’t be hitting the highway, he shouldn’t have any trouble finding somewhere to get his motor running on private property seeing as how the Trump Organization runs over a dozen sprawling golf courses around the world.