A large Ferrari dealership in the Netherlands burned down on October 31, 2004. The showroom housed over 60 cars, most of them Ferrari's and Maserati's. They were only able to save a handful of cars because the insurance company required all vehicles to be locked in the showroom. Firefighters had no way of moving the cars. Among the casualties were two Ferrari F40's, several 355's, 360 Modenas, several vintage Ferrari race cars, two Lamborghinis and one very rare Konigsegg. In all, the damage was estimated at over 20 million dollars.