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F60 and F70 are just the name used by the press for the theoretical car before they debut. The factory never used F60 or F70. F40 and F50 are the only F series cars like you refer to them. Only 272 288 GTOs were built and they cost around twice as much as the next most expensive Ferrari at the time so they were certainly super. Ferrari probably didn’t develop the 288 GTO with the intent of starting a line of supercars but it’s certainly accepted as a must-have part of the group by collectors.