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The price record for online car purchases was actually recently broken twice in the same week: both by different Ferrari automobiles, one from 1966 and the other from 2001.
The Centodieci will be in good company among Ronaldo's other cars, including a Bugatti La Voiture Noire that cost some $18 million, and which Ronaldo's own reps had previously denied he owns.
This specific 2003 Ferrari Enzo is chassis no. 133033 and has belonged to just two previous owners, the first having held onto it until 2018, and was sold in "like new" condition.
Collecting cars tends to be a more popular hobby among the rich and famous than collecting stamps or seashells. But a few particularly auto-maniacal celebrities have elevated the art of car collecting to a new level.
Here are a few of the surprising famous members of the Ferrari "blacklist," who, if the rumors are accurate, you're not likely to see behind the wheel of a new Ferrari any time soon.
Steve McQueen's Bullitt Mustang Now The Most Expensive Muscle Car Ever Sold At Auction, At $3.74 Million
The Highland Green 1968 Mustang GT that appears in the film is also now the most expensive Mustang of all time, beating out a $2.2 million 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 "Super Snake."
Bugatti's $18.7 Million La Voiture Noire, The Most Expensive New Car Ever Sold, Makes Its American Debut
La Voiture Noire saw its official debut back in March, but it will take another two and a half years for the one-of-a-kind piece to be finished and ready for delivery.
Following reports in several European publications that Ronaldo was the owner of the most expensive new car ever made, his people chimed in with a vehement denial.
The suit was filed as a third-party complaint, added to the existing lawsuit, and as the complaint itself reads it's meant to "correct the record and hold European Collectibles accountable."
Cardi took to Twitter to show her followers a screenshot from her bank account, and the sufficient cash withdrawal necessary to buy the car, free and clear.
The alleged impostor is a 1958 Porsche 356 Speedster sold for nearly $1.5 million at an auction event in March, 2016, along with 16 other pieces of his Porsche collection.