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Ferrari Collector Achievement

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Ferrari Collector Achievement

To unlock the Achievement "Ferrari Collector" (40 GS) you must own every Ferrari that is included on Disc 1 of the 2-Disc Game Set.  Because some of these cars are Reward Cars for reaching specific Levels/Ranks in the game, you are advised to select them when it makes sense to do so in order to save on having to spend the credits.  Those cars are noted in the list below.


1967 Ferrari 330 P4 

Disc 1 contains the following Ferrari Cars (with cost):

(01) 1957 Ferrari 250 California (3 Million Credits)
(02) 1957 250 TR (8 Million Credits)
(03) 1964 250 GTO (10 Million Credits)
(04) 1967 330 P4 (9 Million Credits) -- Level 30 Reward Choice
(05) 1968 365 GTB/4 (270,000 Credits) -- Level 16 Reward Choice
(06) 1969 Dino 264 GT (55,000 Credits)
(07) 1984 GTO (320,000 Credits) -- Level 25 Reward Choice
(08) 1987 F40 (380,000 Credits)
(09) 1991 512 TR (75,000 Credits)
(10) 1995 F50 (400,000 Credits) -- Level 31 Reward Choice
(11) 1998 #12 Risi F333 (2.2 Million Credits)
(12) 1999 360 modena (90,000 Credits)
(13) 2002 Enzo (1.3 Million Credits)
(14) 2004 F430 (150,000 Credits) -- Level 28 Reward Choice
(15) 2006 599 GTB Fiorano (310,000 Credits)
(16) 2009 California (220,000 Credits)
(17) 2010 #83 F430 GT (1 Million Credits)
(18) 2010 #89 F430 GT (1 Million Credits)
(19) 2010 458 Italia (240,000 Credits) -- Level 34 Reward Choice
(20) 2010 599xx (1.5 Million Credits)
(21) 2011 FF (280,000 Credits)
(22) 2011 599 GTO (370,000 Credits) -- Level 36 Reward Choice

Note that just because one of these cars is a reward choice, that does not necessarily mean you should choose it.  You must use your best judgment -- when one of them is the most expensive car in the choice list it is obvious that it should be the one that you choose, but if it is NOT the most expensive one (if there is one that is considerably more expensive) you are best off choosing the most expensive car, as that will save you credits in the long run (assuming you plan to acquire every car).



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