- Ian Poulter took to Instagram to show off his newly restored Ferrari 275 GTB/4.
- The Englishman is well known for his sizeable car collection and now has a museum to keep them all.
Many view Poulter as the number one in the world for rubbing people up the wrong way. He seems to have a following of fans who love him for his zero-fucks style of instagram posting. He’s a bit like Dan Bilzerian, just without the chicks, beard and all-encompassing sense of self worth.
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Let’s take a look at the Englishman’s collection:
Limited edition Ferrari Enzo (£1.5m, $2.2m)
2012 Ferrari FF (£194,000, $287,000)
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2010 Ferrari California (£126,000, $186,000)
Ferrari F40 (£850,000, $1.25m)
Ferrari F12 (£239,000, $353,000)
Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta (£200,000, $295,000)
Restored Ferrari 275 ($2,350,000 – $3m+)
The British golfer had his Ferrari 275 from the 1960s restored after two years away. This classic car could sell for well over $2 million dollars on the market. Instead, Poulter is keeping it in a museum.
Poulter has earned £24 ($35) million from competition winnings and has a lucrative clothing company which helps explain the pricey collection.
He has come a long way from the clapped out Vauxhall Astra he drove before turning pro.
The world number 56 is eagerly anticipating the Ryder Cup next year and stands to make the team given his astonishing 80% winning record.
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