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2011 (V) - Ferrari California 2+ F1 Auto 2-Door 10
2011 (V) - Ferrari California 2+ F1 Auto 2-Door
£105,850
  • 4.3L
  • Convertible
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 24,800 miles
  • 4.3 litre
  • Convertible
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 24,800
2011 Ferrari California, Full main dealer service history, 3 Former Keepers, Nero exterior paint, Rosso Leather interior, Nero Carpets, Large Racing Seats in Leather, 20" Diamond finish sport wheels, Ipod connection, Carbon Fibre driver zone + LEDs, Scuderia Shields, Red Calipers, Magneride dual mode suspension, NavTrak, Front and Rear Sensors, Red Rev Counter, Stitch in Nero
  
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2016 (M) - Ferrari Mondial Valeo  (Very, very rare!!) Auto 2-Door 10
2016 (M) - Ferrari Mondial Valeo (Very, very rare!!) Auto 2-Door
£85,000
  • 3.4L
  • Coupe
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 14,400 miles
  • 3.4 litre
  • Coupe
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 14,400
1 Registered Keeper, In the early 90s Ferrari collaborated with the French automotive company Valeo and developed a system capable of engaging and disengaging the clutch in 0.02 seconds. The clutch is operated by an electronic actuator and it was originally developed for use by Lancia’s rally team in the Delta Integrale, allowing their drivers to use one foot for the throttle and one foot for the brake at all times. All the driver needed to do was simply lift off the throttle, downshift or upshift as needed, and get back on the throttle. This unique system is extremely reliable and was later replaced with Ferrari’s F1 paddle shift gearbox which had its debut in the F355. A select few Mondial’s were converted by Ferrari the majority were cabriolets and built for the American market, this is one of the very few European spec coupes, made even rarer as it has not been fitted with a sunroof this could possibly be the only one. This particular car was one of the last Mondial’s to be built and covering just 28,000 Kilometers it still looks as good as it did the day it rolled out the factory doors. This car is un-restored, totally original and in truly remarkable 'time-warp' condition. This truly is an extremely rare collectible Ferrari. A pleasure to drive and a sound investment. Upon purchase of this vehicle the tyres will be replaced with Pirelli P7s as the P7000s currently fitted are the original tyres from new and are not fit for road use. An annual service including cambelt replacement will also be carried out by Ferrari specialists QV London.
  
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1992  - Ferrari F40 6
1992 - Ferrari F40
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  • Manual
  • 10,500 miles
  • Manual
  • 10,500
The Ferrari F40 is a car that needs no introduction; not only was is the first production car to top 200mph, or one of the most engaging drivers' cars ever produced, but the F40 remains the last car Enzo Ferrari himself signed off from the production, cementing its place in history. Although the stats of around 480 bhp (although many see the true figure north of 500) and that all important top speed are impressive, the F40 is more about the driving experience and theatre. Even to this day it remains the most challenging and demanding of cars to drive even close to the limit, but also one of the most rewarding. Although the intention from Maranello was to build far fewer, just over 1,300 F40s were produced from 1987-1992 and it remains to this day one of the most demanded models ever to leave the famous gates at the factory. The car that we are fortunate to offer today is a late car delivered to its 1st owner in 1992 and sits as a Cat-Adjust specification car; the final variant of the F40 production run, and to many people the finest of all to drive. Having covered less than 16,500 KM this example sits in fantastic condition, however as is obvious for all to see, what we have is an extremely special and unique example of an F40. Officially all cars left the factory in Red (albeit some claims of a yellow and black car) however the car we have here has enjoyed a full respray at the factory bodyshop in this magnificent Blu complete with Tricolore painted stripe, offset with a Grigio border. To be able to offer an F40 in such a unique colourway is something incredibly special, especially when one considers that this work was completed back in Maranello at the factory bodyshop, where it all began! Owning any F40 is a unique experience, they truly are the ultimate drivers' car, even to this day and the demand for the model will only continue to increase as the years pass. However, to own a factory-painted blue F40 is something on an altogether different level; an opportunity that is unlikely to be repeated any time soon.
  
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2004  - Ferrari Enzo 10
2004 - Ferrari Enzo
£1,499,500
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 8,850 miles
Reduced by £95,500 was £1,595,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 8,850
Carrying the name of the legendary founder of the company, the Enzo will forever be one of the most iconic Ferraris ever produced. The latest in the breed of 'special series' production cars, following from the 288, F40 and F50, 2003 saw the launch of one of Ferraris most striking designs to date. Being limited to just 399 cars in the world, the Enzo was the 'must have' of collectors around the world and to this day remains a necessity for any true portfolio of cars.Although newer supercars may be able to trump the Ferrari Enzo's performance figures, this car remains unrivaled in terms of styling and tradition. The car we are fortunate enough to present is an extremely low mileage example, originally finished in Rosso Corsa, this example was refinished in a rich Nero at a Ferrari approved bodyshop located in Maranello. The car has been carefully stored, and has recieved ample care & attention over the course of it's life. This car has also been fitted with an incredible, bespoke sound system and electric windows; both of which can be converted back to original specification with ease.Don't miss a chance to become part of a very elite owner's club, by investing in this fantastic example of one of the most iconic modern classics available.
  
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2013 (13) - Ferrari 458 4.5 Spider Auto Seq 2dr 10
2013 (13) - Ferrari 458 4.5 Spider Auto Seq 2dr
£179,950
  • 4.5L
  • Convertible
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 7,175 miles
  • 4.5 litre
  • Convertible
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 7,175
2 Registered Keepers, Nero Daytona with Nero Leather/Alcantara, 2 seats, 20'' Forged Dark Painted Rims, Sports Exhaust System, Carbon Fibre Racing Seats, Carbon Fibre Steering Wheel + LEDs, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, Yellow Rev Counter, RadioNavi System + Bluetooth, Front & Rear Parking Sensors, 458 Electric Steering Wheel, Yellow Brake Calipers, iPod Connection, Navtrak Antitheft System, Grigio Chiaro Stitching, Tyre Pressure Measurement, Nero Leather/Alcantara Interior, Ferrari 7 Year Free Servicing Package Until February 2020. Standard Features: Carbon Ceramic Brakes, Adaptive Suspension, Hi-Fi System with Bluetooth, Bi-Xenon Headlights, Dual-Zone Air Conditioning, MagneRide System, F1-Trac, Anti-Theft Satellite System. UK Supplied, Exceptional Example!, 179,950
  
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1972  - Ferrari 365 GTC/4 2-Door 6
1972 - Ferrari 365 GTC/4 2-Door
£285,000
  • 4.4L
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 50,000 miles
  • 4.4 litre
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 50,000
The Ferrari 365 GTC/4 is the four-seater older brother of the infamous Daytona; enjoying the same engine as the GTB/4, albeit with side-draft carbs to allow for a lower bonnet design. The chassis also has a number of similarities, however this was stretched by 100 mm for extra cabin room. There were however a number of key differences and advantages to the GTC/4 over its more well known relative, mainly being that only 500 cars were built in an incredibly short production run. In addition, the GTC/4 on top of the extra passenger space, also benefits from power steering, air condition and self-leveling suspension; designed for passenger comfort and usability, above the more hard-edge sports cars from Ferrari at the time. The car we are offering is an original EU example, supplied in 1972 through the official dealer in Padova, before spending much of its life in the UK. The car sits in a very presentable, yet usable all round condition; this is a 70s V12 Ferrari that demands and wants to be driven, looking fantastic in the classic combination of Argento over Nero. With Daytona values ever-rising and many other 70s 12-cylinder Ferraris appreciated by the month; the 365 GTC/4 does not only present a wonderful driving proposition, but also one with real investment potential moving forwards.
  
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2010  - Ferrari 599 GTO 10
2010 - Ferrari 599 GTO
£499,950
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 3,500 miles
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 3,500
2010 Ferrari 599 GTOBianco AvusNero/Blue Alcantara InteriorBlu Tour De France Racing LiveryBlue Carbon Fibre trim Interior & Engine BayCarbon Fibre Racing SeatsPrivacy Rear WindowsBose Hifi SystemRear Parking SensorsDedication Plate in SilverCascade Telematic Nav system4 Point Safety HarnessYellow CalipersWhite Rev CounterCarbon Fibre Headlight BucketCarbon Fibre Rear Bench TrimiPod ConnectionRoll BarFantastic Investment Opportunity
  
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2011  - Ferrari 458 Italia 10
2011 - Ferrari 458 Italia
£252,500
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 15,300 miles
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 15,300
2011 Ferrari 458 Italia, Grigio Tatanio Metallic exterior, Nero Interior & Carpets, Nero Two-Tone body paint, Aluminium Brake Calipers, Anti Stone Chipping film, Exterior Kick Sill in Carbon, Carbon Fibre Racing Package, Heat Insulating Windscreen, iPod connection, Scuderia Shields, Electrochromic int/ext mirrors, Radio Navigation system & Bluetooth, Navtrak Anti-Theft system, Front and Rear Parking sensors, Sport Sill Cover, 20" Forged Dark Painted Rims, White Rev counter, Carbon Fibre Racing Seats, Grigio Scuro Coloured stitching, Tyre Pressure Measurement System
  
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1989  - Ferrari Testarossa 6
1989 - Ferrari Testarossa
£149,950
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 6,500 miles
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 6,500
The Ferrari Testarossa was the star of the 1984 Paris Motor Show, rivaling the Lamborghini Countach in terms of styling and performance and instantly becoming the poster-car of a generation. The design alone was a drastic change from the outgoing 512 BBi; not only was it a far more angular (and arguably more attractive) design, but also one of function. In addition, the Testarossa was capable of 40% more power than its predecessor; 380bhp propelling the beautiful body to 60mph in less than 6 seconds and on to a top speed of 180mph. Such performance figures and capabilities form the purpose for one of the Testarossas most striking design features, the 'cheese grater' side strakes, keeping the car cool and stable at such speeds. The interior also benefited from significant upgrades on the outgoing Boxer, mainly revolving around a greater finish and more space for both passengers and luggage, to allow this V12 supercar to also be used on Grand Tours in great comfort. The car we are offering is a very special example, having covered just 10,000 KM. Finished in the classic colours of Rosso over Nero, this Testarossa is both a great driving example, but also presents real investment potential, with the market for these 80s 12 cylinder Ferraris only going in one direction.
  
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2009 (59) - Ferrari Scuderia Auto 2-Door 10
2009 (59) - Ferrari Scuderia Auto 2-Door
£349,950
  • 4.3L
  • Convertible
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 6,930 miles
  • 4.3 litre
  • Convertible
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 6,930
Nero Daytona with Nero Alcantara Racing Seats, 2 seats, Carbon Fibre Exterior Package, Carbon Fibre Racing Seats, Red Brake Calipers, Racing Livery with Italian Flag, Nero Alcantara Upholstery, Giallo Instrument Panel, Nero Soft Top Colour, Rosso Coloured Special Stitching, Nero Interior 3D Fabric Colour, Bluetooth for Mobile Phone, Navtrak Antitheft System, Paint Protection Film, RHD UK Supplied Car, Stunning Example!, , Limited to just 499 examples worldwide and built to commemorate Ferrari's 16 F1 World Constructors titles, underneath the 16M carries over the exact same modifications as the exquisite hard-top Scuderia. These include titanium springs, carbon fibre body panels, bulkheads, door panels and that fabulous 503 bhp naturally aspirated V8., , Other exclusive features include a roll-bar with a carbon fibre outer shell, new generation audio system, special plaque on the real grille and a silver limited series plaque on the centre of the dashboard. All weighing an impressive 1340kg (80kg lighter than the F430 Spider), the 16M is mesmerizingly visceral, dramatic and feels nimble to drive., , With the roof down, the 16M overwhelms the senses and goes down in history as one of the all-time great mid-engine convertible supercars to drive., 349,950
  
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1981 (W) - Ferrari 512 BB 2-Door 6
1981 (W) - Ferrari 512 BB 2-Door
£350,000
  • 5L
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 21,000 miles
  • 5 litre
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 21,000
The Ferrari 365 GT4 BB was introduced in 1971 at the Turin Salon; a major move forward from the outgoing Daytona, most notably due to the mid-mounted flat-12 engine. This change in engine location was Ferrari's attempt to move away from a GT car and more into a supercar; a direct rival for the Lamborghini Miura and subsequently Countach. There were only 400 365 GT4 BBs produced from 1973-1976 before Ferrari moved on to the 512 BB, the updated successor. Not only was the 512 an improvement in terms of usability, but also raw performance, mainly due to the larger 4.9-litre engine with dry-sump lubrication. Further improvements included a higher compression ratio, wider track and tyres to accommodate the 360bhp, capable of reaching 60mph in the mid 5 seconds. Stylistically, the 512 BB remains similar to its beautiful predecessor; twin rear lights and tailpipes being the most notable change, but even moving into the 80s, the Boxer was still one of the most stunning cars available. Less than 1,000 512 BBs were produced in total, with none originally destined for the US, due to their stringent emissions standards. The vehicle that we are offering is a simply meticulous example; it has recently enjoyed a full in-house respray and mechanical overhaul to match the already magnificent interior. Finished in Dark Blue with Nero Hide, this BB is one of the nicest we have ever seen and certainly sits as one of the finest cars available today. The 512 BB is one of the last carburetor cars to come form Maranello and its mid-engined layout makes it one of the most stunning designs to come from Pininfarina. These cars are not only sublime to drive, but are also fantastic investment opportunities with a long future ahead of them.
  
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1966 (D) - Ferrari 275 GTB 6C 6
1966 (D) - Ferrari 275 GTB 6C
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  • 3.3L
  • Saloon
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 46,250 miles
  • 3.3 litre
  • Saloon
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 46,250
In 1964 Ferrari unveiled the '275' following the huge success of the '250' series - entrusting Pininfarina to design its beautifully aggressive, and now legendary, bodywork.The new car was also groundbreaking as it was the first road car to feature independent rear suspension (that used a double wishbone and coil-spring set-up that was inspired by the 250LM) and also because it adopted a rear-mounted five-speed transaxle holding both the gearbox and and differential in a single housing, a characteristic that would lead to defining all of Ferrari's following front engined road cars.The V12 engine was also upgraded to 3.3 litres - producing 280bhp at 7,600rpm in the standard three Weber carburetor arrangement, however a smaller number of customers took the available option of having 300bhp that employed six Weber carburetors. Indeed, all of the Competizione models built featured six, as well as having an all aluminium-alloy body and customers who intended for their cars to be used on the road could also pay a premium for this lighter shell as well.The 275 offered here is one of the most important and collectible produced; not only is it a more desirable long-nose variant, but it was indeed ordered new to have both the six carburetors and all-alloy body - being one of the only two RHD cars specified in this arrangement.We are naturally delighted to offer this very well known and respected car amongst Ferrari enthusiasts to the market. It presents and performs fantastically - as it has been impeccably maintained by its handful of owners - and being an extremely rare and heavily sought after Ferrari it is no doubt a very secure, and potentially lucrative, investment.
  
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2015 (65) - Ferrari 458 4.5 Speciale 2dr Auto 10
2015 (65) - Ferrari 458 4.5 Speciale 2dr Auto
£399,950
  • 4.5L
  • Coupe
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 351 miles
  • 4.5 litre
  • Coupe
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 351
1 Registered Keeper, Rosso Corsa with Nero Alcantara & Rosso 3D Fabric, 2 seats, 20'' Forged Dark Painted Alloys, Carbon Fibre Engine Cover, Carbon Fibre Rear Diffuser, Carbon Fibre Front Air Vents, Carbon Fibre Side Nolders, Carbon Fibre Front Flaps, Carbon Fibre Inner Sill Trim, Carbon Fibre Wheels Cup, Titanium Exhaust Pipes, Carbon Fibre Racing Seats with Driver Seat Adjustment Device, Blu Nart Racing Stripe, Yellow Brake Calipers, Anti Stone Chipping Film, Parking Camera, Front & Rear Parking Sensors, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, White Rev Counter, Interior & Exterior Electrochomic Mirrors, RadioNavi System + Bluetooth, Integrated Audio System, Rosso Interior 3D Fabric, Navtrak Antitheft System, High Emotion Low Emission (HELE), Rosso Seat Belts, Alcantara Central Tunnel, Dashboard & Headlining, 7 Year Free Servicing Until September 2022. Standard Features: Carbon Ceramic Brakes, Carbon Fibre Interior, F1 Gearbox with Dual Clutch Transmission, Race Manettino, Dual Zone Air Conditioning System, Bi-Xenon Headlamps, Tyre Pressure & Temperature Monitoring System & Much More! UK Supplied!, 399,950
  
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2016 (55) - Ferrari 575M 10
2016 (55) - Ferrari 575M
£325,000
  • 5.7L
  • Convertible
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 10,900 miles
Reduced by £20,000 was £345,000
  • 5.7 litre
  • Convertible
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 10,900
Released in 2002 to replace the 550 Maranello, the 575 featured significant mechanical updates including; aerodynamic refinements, improved brakes, modified weight distribution, a more powerful engine and a revolutionary system which allowed the gearbox to control the suspension in order to prevent pitch changes during gear changes.The Superamerica debuted in 2005 as the convertible offering of the 575 from Ferrari. It featured an electrochromic roof panel, which rotated 180 degrees to lie flush with the boot. The Superamerica also utilised the higher output version of the V12, rated at 533hp, which was capable of achieving 199mph. This phenomenal level of performance led to Ferrari marketing it as the fastest convertible in the world.A total of 559 Superamericas were built; adhering to Enzo Ferrari's philosophy that there should always be one less car on the market than the market desired.The example we have is in unbelievable condition, with under 11,000 miles from new. The paint is an extracampionario option, meaning that there are few, if any, other Ferrari's in the world that benefit from this colour.At £345,000 (VAT Qualifying) this is an opportunity to invest in a unique version of a very desireable Ferrari, which is almost certain to appreciate greatly over the coming years.
  
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1996  - Ferrari 275 GTS 10
1996 - Ferrari 275 GTS
£1,695,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 18,215 miles
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 18,215
The Ferrari 275 GTS was revealed at the 1964 Paris Auto Show, alongside its hard top name-sake, the 275 GTB. Although in terms of appearance the two cars are clearly distinguishable, mechanically they both carry a similar 3.3-litre Colombo V12 as well as similar chassis and suspension set-ups. The 275 GTS was the replacement for the outgoing 250 GT Series II Cabriolet and mainly intended for the US market, where the success of high-performance Grand Touring cabriolets had long been established. Further, the 275 GTS is in fact a much rarer vehicle than its Berlinetta sibling, with only 200 examples being made in a short production period. Completed in 1965, this example left the factory in the striking combination of Azzuro Metallic with Beige leather interior, the same colours that it wears today. this car was first delivered to Glick, USA before making it's way to California in 1976. This example also made an appearance at Salon Priv in 1996 in the "Cars from the Swinging 60's" category.It was first registered in the UK the same year, and has been meticulously maintained and cared for since then. This car is without question one of the finest kept examples one could hope to encounter, and more than assures a return on investment as the trend of growth in value on 275GTS continues to climb; threatening to rival even the legendary Daytona Spider. The Ferrari 275 GTS is one of the most beautiful cars to leave Maranello and remains not only a fantastic car to own and drive, but also a strong investment opportunity. With only 200 produced, beautiful examples such as this are extremely rare on the market, especially in such fantastic all-round condition and complete with such provenance.
  
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2015 (11) - Ferrari 599 6.0 F1 GTO 2dr Auto 10
2015 (11) - Ferrari 599 6.0 F1 GTO 2dr Auto
£495,000
  • 6L
  • Coupe
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 2,735 miles
  • 6 litre
  • Coupe
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 2,735
Rosso Corsa with Nero/Rosso Interior 3D Fabric, 2 seats, Carbon Fibre Door Sill Cover, Yellow Brake Calipers, Large Carbon Fibre Racing Seats, Nero 4 Point Safety Harnesses, Rosso Interior 3D Fabric Colour, Carbon Fibre Engine Covers, Carbon Fibre Headlight Bucket, Carbon Fibre Rear Bench Trim, Carbon Fibre Wheels Cup, Carbon Look Underdoor Cover, Carbon Lateral Dash Insert, Handly Fire Extinguisher, Heat Insulating Windscreen, Giallo Instrument Panel, iPod Connection, Cascade Telematic Navi System, Front & Rear Parking Sensors, Rear Privacy Windows, Grigio Silverstone Colour Painting, Bose Hifi System, Rosso Coloured Stitching, Spare Wheel Kit 20''. 1 of 599 Cars Worldwide!, 495,000
  
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