Schumacher's Ferrari F1 Motorhome Auctioned [Photo Gallery]
The Iveco Domino that served Ferrari F1 drivers Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichelo between 2001 and 2005 will be offered by RM Auctions on October 26. The vehicle, which has almost 53,000 miles on its odometer (85,000 km), uses air suspension, hydraulic dampers and antiroll bars and is in top condition.
The coach comes with two independent doors, one up front and one at the back and uses two compartments, each including a living room, a massage bed, a table, a mini-bar, 15x18-inch LCD TV, satellite telephone and Internet.
The vehicle entered the possession of its current owner in 2009 and was upgraded with an Intastat Internet/TV/satellite system, a Bose home theater system, multiple accessories, as well as receiving a motorhome conversion.
The Scuderia Ferrari coach is expected to fetch between GBP200,000-300,000 ($311,000-$466,000 or EUR230,00-EUR345,000 at the current exchange rates).
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