For those having second-thoughts whether collecting the table or not, we tell them that the gearbox was signed at the end of the season by Michael Schumacher, Jean Todt (Executive Director of Scuderia Ferrari) and Luca Cordero Di Montezemolo (Ferrari CEO).
The gearbox was mounted on a carbon wall plaque with an authentic Ferrari fender shield in the middle. The race piece is not finished yet, leaving at the collector’s decision if he wants a custom lamp or table completed showcasing the gearbox. He can also choose to have it mounted to a carbon tabletop stand with an ID plaque.
So, according to racechairs.com via bornrich.org, if you have $10,000 set aside for collecting F1-based parts, feel free to try your luck in buying this specific piece. And make sure you have another $50 for the custom engraved plaque.
The F2000 has a 3000 Ferrari, V10, die-cast aluminium engine that develops a maximum power output of over 770HP and it was the car which Michael Schumacher drove to his third World Drivers' Title and Ferrari's first drivers' title for 21 years.