You Can Buy The Wolf of Wall Street's Ferrari Testarossa
In 2013's The Wolf of Wall Street, Jordan Belfort completely destroyed a gorgeous Lamborghini Countach. It wasn't a prop either, but a real 25th Anniversary Countach that they completely wrecked for the sake of this scene. What wasn't wrecked is this Ferrari Testarossa that belonged to the real Wolf of Wall Street.
This isn't the movie car driven by Leonardo DeCaprio, but the car the real Belfort purchased from New York Ferrari Dealership, Kessler Motors. As proof, the Ferrari comes with a warranty book and supply invoices that have his name and address listed as the first owner of the car.
Belfort sold the car to a pair of Ferrari collectors who have taken great pains to keep the car in perfect condition. It still has the original White Testarossa paint with only 8,000 miles on the odometer. It's in excellent shape. RELATED: Wolf of Wall Street Wrecked a Real Lamborghini Countach for the Film Although US-spec, it's also registered in the EU so it can be driven in either market. It has all its original service books and even a set of matching luggage. It is currently up for sale through Classic Driver, but you'll have to ask for pricing so be ready for some sticker shock.