Ferrari formerly owned by Charlie Sheen 'winning' on eBay

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Charlie Sheen apparently took better care of the Ferrari he once owned than he has other possessions in his volatile life of fame, fortune and misfortune.

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The controversial actor purchased new a 1997 Ferrari 550 Maranello. But Sheen sold the car, according to Internet reports, to pay for his wedding to former wife Denise Richards.

Now the current owner of the car has placed it for sale on eBay.

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Sheen’s former Ferrari, according to the eBay listing, has been driven 25,725 miles and features, among other options: leather seats, CD player, anti-lock brakes, driver airbag, passenger airbag, air conditioning, power lock, power windows and power seats.

The images of the car portray it as in pristine condition. One images appears to be the purchase authentication with Sheen’s signature.

The eBay description of the Ferrari:

“This is an unbelievable California 6 speed in Titanium with Red interior. The car has had major service performed by an authorized Ferrari service center, and has been impeccably maintained both inside and out. Barchetta wheel and tire package is a special upgrade worth $12,500.”

“Included are the books, tools and service records. Also a matching six-piece fitted Ferrari luggage set ($4000) and interior seat and steering wheel covers. Lo-jack installed.”

The Ferrari, like other items on eBay, is being sold as is with no warranty. A $1,500 refundable deposit is required within three days of close of the auction. The “Buy It Now” price is $79,500, with the bid with five days left in the auction approaching $60,000.

To read more about the auction, visit: Charlie Sheen’s Former Ferrari

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