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For $1M you can drive like Rod Stewart

For $1M you can drive like Rod Stewart

UP FOR SALE:The "Maggie May" hitmaker is parting ways with his 1990 F40 model, which will go up for auction in Burbank, California next month by classic car auction company Auctions America. Photo: Associated Press

Singer Rod Stewart has put his rare Ferrari up for sale for more than $1 million.

The “Maggie May” hitmaker is parting ways with his 1990 F40 model, which will go up for auction in Burbank, California next month by classic car auction company Auctions America.

His sports car has less than 7,900 miles on the clock, is in “excellent condition”, and is one of just 1,315 F40s produced from 1987 to 1992.

Organizers believe Stewart’s Ferrari could sell for up to $1.3 million.

Last month, Stewart put his Lamborghini Miura sports car up for sale for $1.4 million.

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