Ferrari Owner’s House In France hamza 25 December, 2011 36 Comments Following are pictures taken of the cars found at the house of Ferrari Owner in France. Comments bone December 25, 2011 / Reply Who own all of this car…??? yasir September 28, 2013 / Reply Ferrari Owner 🙂 Jimmy December 27, 2011 / Reply hei, i want to be see this museum in paris. 🙂 shauna May 16, 2012 / Reply with all the poverty in the world ….cant say i would be this selfish…think how many families, the cost of just one of those cars , could feed…..sorry but i am NOT impressed!!!!!!!!!!! ARSLAN CHEEMA November 4, 2013 / Reply but you have impressed me ,…GOOD THOUGHTS ….respeCt Lucky Gama May 16, 2012 / Reply If only Money grew on trees. Tomas May 16, 2012 / Reply This is everything from one house? ..It looks like many different houses… ashlee May 16, 2012 / Reply if this truly is the home of the dude that owns ferrari then its not that hes been greedy hes kept on of each of HIS cars that have been designed and made by his company over the years. yes i agree one of them could fund the feeding of a small country but it really is no different to an author having a copy of every book they have ever written. Crest May 25, 2012 / Reply It jst doesnt make sense to me Mary May 25, 2012 / Reply What do you expect? He owns Ferrari. If you do not have money why you have kids. OVERPOPULATION-NUMBER ONE PROBLEM OF THE WORLD. donna rondinone May 26, 2012 / Reply i wish i had just one or even a little bit of his $$ so i can pay my mortgage off and pay for my kids college…some people have too much and some people have so little Dylan July 22, 2012 / Reply I agree with the guy. If I made a living and made a fortune why would I give it to anyone but my own family. If anything I would be the person to borrow money from him to create a successful business and then pay him back creating my own same styled fortune. Lightworker Gaia August 31, 2012 / Reply We are all apart of the same family that’s why^. Its incredibly naive to live your life with the misconceived notion that we don’t all affect each other at all times. It’s one thing to be proud of your work and it’s another to let pride consume yourself, fall into greed, and become selfish. In the end it will always turn out alright especially when you realize that, essentially, you already have everything you need as things are. “some people are so poor all they have is money” jane August 31, 2012 / Reply looks like they could get europe out of a recession, joe September 2, 2012 / Reply …looks like different houses… adam November 12, 2012 / Reply what a life..if only these cars were mine.. nerisa December 17, 2012 / Reply Thumbs up for d hard work Andrew December 17, 2012 / Reply Everyone talking about how he is being selfish and greedy, please re-evaluate your statements. It is his money to do as he pleases, “all this money could have fed millions of families”, you know what this is? Socialism, I agree it could have solved a lot of problems etc, but if people are just handed money they become relient on this money. It does not solve anything because all the people who were fed will begin to not help themselves thrive on their own and perpetuate the problem. Do you hand over every penny that you don’t NEED to spend on things that can be considered “senseless” material items? On another note by buying all these vehicles he is helping, he is stimulating the economy. The money spent on what is veiwed by some as “senseless” cars pumped millions of dollars into circulation, it would have been even more useless had it just sat in a bank vault. Also think of how many people have well paying jobs maintaining/detailing/preserving these historic exotic cars. TwisTtheTwiTcH December 17, 2012 / Reply It isn’t just that these -look- like different houses. These -are- different houses. Look at the architectural style of the buildings on the outside & then the height of the ceilings. Now just for a moment consider what a mashed up puzzle would look like made of pieces from different puzzles. If that is too complicated of an explanation — Look at the trees and surrounding area. Besides more than one wealthy collector in the world collects expensive cars just to say they have them. Casper December 17, 2012 / Reply I think that this is Beautiful. we can look at them with negative thoughts of how “selfish” they are because they have all this. one thing to remember that EVERY wealthy man and lady out there started just like us ‘less-money wealthy’ people. they had to pull their finger out of their ass and start somewhere. No-one deserves anything, but I think they deserve some point of credit for putting in the hard work. what you see here is simple driven success in their eyes. I am motivated by this and I strive to work hard just like they did to make what I want in life. I’d rather start from scratch and build this myself than being given all the money in the world the easy way to get this. if you got a billion dollars on a golden platter you would get bored with this wealth very quickly, but having the ‘self-pride’ to build it will help you look at what you have gained for years and appreciate it more than anyone could ever imagine simply because only you will ever understand the sacrifices that you ‘had’ to make. Evan S January 9, 2013 / Reply OH MY GOD! Of course it’s no surprise that since this man has a ton of income that all of the lords favorite cherubs have commented about how greedy and selfish he is. Wake up, seriously. We are not “all the same family”, that is the biggest chunk of horsesh*t I have ever heard. Whoever becomes successful in life doesn’t owe their money to the TRUE sources of greed in this world: all of your impoverished “victims”. Half of these people sit around all day in the slums, too lazy to get a job, waiting for a welfare check. And thinking that the money should go to some country with no hope to begin with is simply stupid. Why is anyone helping these countries to begin with? Whatever happened to “only the strong survive”? We have over 7 billion people on this earth, and the ones with nothing to offer aren’t worth being babied. Let everyone fend for themselves and maybe society will be a bit more productive. Kudos to this man. When I have made my own fortune, it will be spent on who and what I choose, not you greedy little beggars. Have a nice realization. E.a. February 5, 2013 / Reply It makes me sick to look at these pictures with millions and millions of dollars in cars, knowing that there are families dying from starvation. BP February 5, 2013 / Reply Many of us complaint that it is unfair or inequality that the rich has everything. They are demanded to pay higher taxes, pay more for the same services, contribute more to society. They are labeled as being greedy and selfish. They worked very hard and put many countless hours into their work. They often are away from their wife and kids. Many started at rock bottom just like the majority of us. Have any of us poor folks look in the mirror and ask ourselves. All men are born equal. The rich paid millions in tax each year. Poor draws paycheck each year. The rich created thousands of job for many to support their family. The poor get housing and welfare. The rich paid tax that help build roads, highways, etc. The poor used the roads and resources that they never did help paid for it via tax. While the rich are on business trip getting contracts, away from home, etc. The poor sat at home and complaint how unequal they are being treated. The rich donated millions and billions for humanity (Bill Gates), The poor can’t even help themselve. EQUALITY? America is the land of opportunity. If you are not lazy and motivated, you will have all that you need and in return help build a stronger America. Can help humanity. So stop bitching and help do your fair share. It’s ashame that we can sit our lazy asses and complaint the one that pay for your daily meal. You should be thanksful for those rich folks who made it where you have cars, planes, tv, cellphone, Internet, etc…while you all you do is using it for free. I’m not saying all of us do that, but be part of society. Stop blaming others for our own failure. I am no where being considered rich nor close to middle class. I worked very hard and inspired by these rich people. Gregor March 7, 2013 / Reply If only a couple people own all those cars, imagine the insurance. I feel my wallet burning from behind this screen. holy cow Tyson April 16, 2013 / Reply They spend money on how they earn, fair enough. Paul James April 17, 2013 / Reply I bet he still has ‘I am bored moments’ though! Ross April 18, 2013 / Reply So this is Luca Montezemolo’s place, nice to see he has all the top brands there. Cmack April 18, 2013 / Reply The 14th picture down with all the Ferrari’s is Ralph Laurens house. krissa May 8, 2013 / Reply Buy ME A HOUSE!! just a little one!! My kids would love it!! I’m sure more than you love those cars!! Sheeeesh!! sinfulsaint May 8, 2013 / Reply I agree with andrew and evan people habe no rite to judge on how one soends their hard earned money as well as junping to the conclusion that these people are greedyand selfish becauss they collect cars and enjoy their hard earned money yet assume because they have an expensive hobby they are greedy and selfish when I gurantee that the owners of these fine collection of machines most likely have eiyher started or donated millions of dollars to charities as well as other things. Not to mention due to their spending andrew is rite its a cycle peopke habe to fix those cars and maintain them so there’s jobs for mechanics maids car dealers production lines shipping companies sea and ground machine shops body shops etc. It all is one big cycle thay keeps money flowing and jobs available and I guranted if half the negative naive commentators had a fraction of the hard earned money these geniuses who grabbed their life by the balls and took their destiny into their own hands they would be doing the exact same thing so their is no need for people to comment anything negative when this post was made for people who enjoy exotic super cars to admire if anything it should make you grateful and give you hope that if you stay focused an motivated you can achieve anything cause the people who have this kind of financial freedom I gurantee actually do something and donate to the starving kid meanwhile the ignorant naive people commenting this makes me sick their are starving families out there don’t spare a dime themselves but hey you can be sure their broke ass is gonna comment and hate on the people succeeding in life living it up and actually putting efforts money and time to feed those starving families. Ps I love the bugatti veyron love that car and the lambos Faith May 9, 2013 / Reply I wanna belgier that the owner of these “Ferarri” cars donates as much money as he laid on the cars to the poor ppl and to those who needs help such as Chinese or Syrians or Africans or in other places who are right not struggling so much to live life. The cost of one car could’ve fed thousands of homes. Plz, act like humans and show some humanity!!! Once again I wanna believe u do donate. Hope u read this, Owner!!! james May 9, 2013 / Reply here is a intelectual and unbiased view point. The american dream may just be the most un-american thing in reality. if you truly believe there is equal opportunities you live under a rock. Money doesn’t grow on trees, it comes from something/somewhere. The simple bottom line is that such a high concentration of wealth means that some one is getting the opposite, losing all its money. I am sure he designed all those cars down to every innovative function as well as assembling it, probably not. I’m sure he has to worry about the unemployment rate. I’m sure he is worried of making ends meet. I’m sure he can take sick days when ever he feels. I’m sure he has access to the worse insurance coverage where he cant afford to see a doc more than once a year. I am lost as to the sources of all these people saying that poor people are lazy. please i’d love to see some data and researches on that one. Because i the people who work as customer service at mcd, grocery stores, clothing stores, gas stations, dinners, wal-marts, hotels, janitors, farms, coffee shops….they definitely dont work hard and are lazy right? one thing this world is not is equal in opportunities to prospere. nick June 2, 2013 / Reply Well thats nothing compared to my match box car collection… Weak! Suhandi July 9, 2013 / Reply To all of you guys, is it a fault to be rich? He has the talent to make money and he deserve to own things he wants! Maybe you criticize them because you are so jealous to him. 🙂 If you wanna own those things, just stop complaining what others have and work hard to reach things you want to have. That’s it! speedminded August 1, 2013 / Reply Who wrote this crap? France? lol! This is various garages all over the world. The 3rd and 4th photos are a warehouse in Atlanta, Ga. then I see everything from Miami to Pennsylvania to Kentucky to California. From my understanding, the garage with all the vintage Ferrari’s out from were traded for a couple paintings and are all now in the possession of Ralph Lauren in NYC. Peppermint November 16, 2013 / Reply Well someone has a slight hoarding problem :/ Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.