Gosford Museum selling ultra-exclusive supercars, including the only LaFerrari in Australia?

Gosford on the New South Wales Central Coast is not exactly the first place you would expect to find a treasure trove of some of the world’s most exclusive and celebrated supercars, but that’s exactly what you’ll find at the Gosford Classic Car Museum.

It is known as the largest privately-owned collection of classic cars in the Southern Hemisphere at 450 cars and motorbikes. There are classics and exotics to satisfy almost any apetite. To make room for an expansion, ten of those are currently listed on James Edition including some droolworthy bedroom poster material.

They include; a 2004 Ferrari Enzo for $3,527,010; a 1968 Lamborghini Miura for $2,220,710; a 1995 Ferrari F50 for all you NFSII lovers out there at a cool $2,743,230; the enigmatic 1991 Jaguar XJR15 for $979,725; a downright dazzling 1988 Porsche 959 for $2,272,962; and a Porsche Carerra GT for $1,567,560, to name a few.

A special highlight is a LaFerrari, which, as far as we know, is the only one in Australia? Of course, like the Carrera GT and some other super-exotics, the LaFerrari is not road legal in Australia.

Even without these cars the collection is still enormous and impressive. Check out the James Edition page to get a close look at these cars and perhaps even purchase one if you have the necessary pocket change.