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  • May 4, David Lee, owner of the $million watch and investment empire Hing Wa Lee Jewelers, also owns more than $50 million worth of the world's rarest cars. "I didn't get to enjoy the car, so I bought a Ferrari Spyder. Why can't he buy the elusive $million LaFerrari Aperta?.

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    Lee's Lusso Ferrari, pictured in Thursday, September 27th, at He also says he has dibs on a new Speciale, the most powerful naturally-aspirated V8 in Ferrari's history. When investing in classic cars, consider engineering, design and power. In fact, it was one such friend's invitation to join him and his heavily altered Porsche on a run up California's Highway 2 that jump-started Lee into modifying his own:

    David lee ferrari

    David lee ferrari

    David lee ferrari

    David lee ferrari

    David lee ferrari

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    David Lee isn't Southern California's most famous Ferrari collector, but he might be its most determined. The watch and jewelry magnate has curated a stable of the Italian exotics, which he houses in a private garage in the San Gabriel Valley.

    Currently in the collection of red racers is a complete set of Ferrari's five modern supercars — a Enzo, a F50, a F40, a GTO and a rare GTO Evoluzione, a prototype for a Class B rally race car, of which only five were built. Rounding out the herd of Italian stallions are an equally rare , six-carb "short nose" GTB, of which only five were made, and a Lusso. Oh, and Lee's daily driver, a FF.

    David lee ferrari

    But then I went overboard. I had the trinity of supercars — the best Ferrari, the best Porsche, and the best Lamborghini — and I was very happy with that. Lee set out to acquire the full set of the "modern classics" supercars only three years ago, in part because he wanted to become "important to Ferrari," he said.

    He bought one of his cars from the Petersen Automotive Museum and another from the founder of Victoria's Secret. Lee insists on driving each of the classics regularly, but said doing so meant getting over the idea of "I'm driving a million-dollar car," and then getting over worrying that driving it is "devaluing the investment.

    David lee ferrari

    He also thinks his passion for Italian cars is going to encourage more interest in classic Ferraris in his native China, which he left as a child. That, in turn, could increase the value of his collection. But they will be, and that will drive the prices higher. Becoming "important to Ferrari" has certain privileges.

    Lee will be among the select few to obtain a new LaFerrari, a hybrid supercar that is the most powerful street-legal vehicle the company has ever made. He also says he has dibs on a new Speciale, the most powerful naturally-aspirated V8 in Ferrari's history.

    Lee, who recently visited Ferrari's factory in Maranello, Italy, and got a chance to drive a LaFerrari on the company's Fiorano test track, expects to take delivery of both vehicles sometime this year. Will that mean moving something out of the already-full, museum-like garage currenty housing his collection? Private car collector David Lee keeps a secret stash of Ferrari and other exotic cars in his Walnut garage.

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    Only of them will be built, and Lee has dibs on one. You are now following this newsletter. Be the first to comment Hide Comments.

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