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 of the Testarossa; a 1987 'Monodado' spec vehicle, which comes complete with the knock on wheels, that are so synonymous with 80s Ferraris, but were in fact only seen on relatively early Testarossas. In addition, the car is an original UK-supplied RHD example, being delivered through Maranello Sales to Mr. B.A Simmons on 11/04/1987, as stated in the original service book that still complements the car. Finished in Rosso over Nero, this is probably the strongest colour combination for the car and being in the UK for all of its life, the ownership history is extremely thorough. The vehicle was purchased by Mr. Hatton in 1990, before it was then owned by Mr. Leath in 1999. Mr. Leath subsequently sold the vehicle to Mrs. Brookes, who kept the car from 2004-2012, looking after the car diligently while in her and her husband's care. The car then moved onto Mr. Shaw in 2012 before being purchased by the current owner last year. When purchasing the vehicle, the current owner decided to undertake a full recommission of the car at Joe Macari Servicing, leaving absolutely no expense spared to create the car we have today. Not only is this Testarossa one of the finest examples available on the market, it is also a rare knock-on wheel car, with fantastic provenance; a fantastic car to drive and own, but also a real investment opportunity.
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.
1 Registered Keeper, Rosso Formula One 2007 with Nero Leather, 2 seats, 20'''' Forged Dark Painted Rims, Carbon Fibre Driver Zone + LEDs, Central Bridge, Cup Holder, Wheel Cup & Dashboard Inserts, Daytona Style Seats in Nero, Rosso Formula 1 2007 Special Paint, Parking Camera, Full Electric Seats, High Power HIFI System, Special Stitching in Rosso, Horse Stitched on Headrest in Rosso, Outer Mirror Black Insert, Instrument Panel in Giallo, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, Internal/Exterior Electrochromic Mirrors, Navtrak Antitheft System, Sport Sill Cover, Cruise Control, AFS System, Tyre Pressure Measurement, Bi-Xenon Headlamps, Carbon Ceramic Brakes, Dual-Zone Air Conditioning, Electric Steering Wheel Column, Launch Control, Front & Rear Parking Sensors, Push Button Start, Rain and Light Sensors, Rear LED Lights, Satellite Navigation & Bluetooth, Speed-Sensitive Power Steering, Tyre Pressure Monitoring, Stunning Example!, 225,000
When presented at the 1981 Frankfurt Salon, the 512 BBi represented the last development of the 365 GT4 BB. It had minor differences however to the outgoing 512 BB - chiefly the adoption of Bosch K-Jetronic fuel-injection system instead of the Weber carburetors used previously. For many clients, the addition of fuel injection was a welcomed change; so much so that, today, the BBi is considered to be the most functional of all the Berlinetta Boxer models made by Ferrari.Of course, adopting fuel injection increased the performance resulting in an extra 20 foot-pounds of torque over its carburetor predecessor, and the power-plant proved to be far more manageable overall. A sprint from 0-60mph took 5.4 seconds and it could reach 174mph.For the most part, aesthetically speaking, the BBi retained all the 512 BB character. However it did have added exposed driving lights on the nose and rectangular parking lights adjacent to the exhausts at the rear. By 1984, the final year of production before being replaced by the Testerossa, only 1,007 examples had been made.The vehicle offered here was delivered on 31st January 1983 by the German authorised dealer Auto Konig, Regensburg. It was only driven in Germany and to this day never exported before coming to the UK in October 2015. It has had only four owners and the previous owner had it since 1988. He decided to sell it in 2015 and therefore had a large inspection carried out on the car resulting in a new timing belt and the replacement of various parts that had worn. All work was done by an official Ferrari distributor in Germany. It comes with a complete set of books including its original service book.The 512 BBi is one of the first fuel-injected cars to come from 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, with only 1,007 ever made, are also fantastic investment opportunities with a long future ahead of them.
The Ferrari 512 Berlinetta Boxer was introduced in October 1976 at the Paris Auto Show; the successor to the 365 GT4 BB. Although the styling remained on the whole similar, a front chin spoiler, NACA intakes and quad lights and pipes set the 512 apart from the 365. The BB series were the first flat-12 engines that Ferrari had put into a production car; a layout that was set to continue in the Testarossa models in the late 80s and 90s. The 4 Cam engine of the 512 produces over 350bhp, a figure that would drop in 1981 as fuel injection was introduced to meet US exhaust emission regulations. The 512 BB was an all-round sports and GT car, combining this blistering performance with a plush leather interior, electric windows and air conditioning. Not only does the Berlinetta Boxer remain one of the most striking designs to carry the Prancing Horse, it also sits as a very usable classic Ferrari. Less than 1,000 carburetor 512 BBs were produced before fuel injection was introduced; making this variant sought after not just by the Ferrari purist, but also by the investors in the market. The example we are offering is a car that we have known for a long time and is one of the finest examples we have seen. Presented in absolutely meticulous condition all round, this car is one of the very last RHD carburetor cars Ferrari made. In addition to the stunning Grigio with Nero colour combination, the car also comes with an extensive history file, outlining both ownership and service documentation. The 512 BB is not only an iconic car in terms of performance, engineering and styling, it also represents a fantastic investment opportunity. With the price trends of 70s V12s such as the Daytona, the Berlinetta Boxer sits extremely well in the market, especially when you consider the numbers produced.
Rosso Corsa with Nero Tessuto Interior, 2 seats, Romans International are proud to offer this stunning 2008/58 Ferrari 430 Scuderia for sale presented in ''Rosso Corsa'' with Nero Tessuto interior. This 430 Scuderia is one of the most collectable examples in the world today having only covered 350 miles and presented in a truly immaculate condition. This left hand drive example has been kept as part of a European collection since new before it was first registered in the UK in August 2014 and again kept as part of a collection without being used. You will struggle to find a better 430 Scuderia currently on the market and it has to be said that this collector''s item holds very good potential for future appreciation in value. Extras: Carbon Fibre Steering Wheel + LEDs, Large Carbon Fibre Racing Seats, Nero 3D Tessuto Fabric, 4 Point Safety Harness, Legal Roll Bar, Giallo Instrument Panel, Car Cover, NavTrak, Phenomenal Example!, 194,950
1987 was an incredibly important year for Enzo Ferrari; not only did he reach 90 years old, but it was also 40 years since he build his first car. To celebrate the milestone, 'The Grand Old Man' decided to built a unique car, and that car was the Ferrari F40. The name was suggested by Gino Rancati, a friend of Enzo who felt that it needed to appeal to the largest market for the brand, the United States. In fact Gino received a plaque from Ferrari to commemorate this "brilliant idea," which was created in June 1987. When the F40 was introduced, it was the first road car to conquer 200mph, instantly becoming the fastest car in the world at 323 kmph. Further, its 0-60 time of 3.5 seconds was also remarkable for the late 80s, possible due to its 478 bhp twin-turbo V8 powering just 1,100 KG of mass. The power unit was derived from the F40s predecessor, the 288 GTO however the rest of the mechanicals used some of the latest F1 technology of the time, including carbon-fibre and kevlar. All of this performance was beautifully complemented by the infamous Pininfarina styling, creating a car that would become one of the most iconic of all time. With a cost of around £200,000, Ferrari expected to sell a few hundred F40s, however the demand for what was to become the last car signed off by Enzo himself was such that in total around 1,300 examples were sold worldwide; one of the brands most profitable models to date. The example that we are offering is an original Spanish supplied car, produced in 1990. As such it is the most desirable specification of non-cat/non-adjust and also is complete with sliding plexi windows, making this one of the most collectible F40s available. The car is actually supplied with a Tubi sport exhaust (although pictured with a standard system) and sits in absolutely fantastic all round condition, showing just under 13,500 KM. The story of the F40 is something unique and to this day it remains one of the most recognisable supercars ever made; not only fantastic to drive but also a safe long term investment.
Rosso Corsa with Black Leather, 2 seats, Romans are proud to offer this 2007/07 Ferrari Enzo for sale presented in Rosso Corsa with Black Leather & Red RaceTech Inserts with Red Stitching. This example is extremely special as it was the last UK car ever to be registered in June 2007 and the only miles it has ever covered were for it''s Pre-Delivery Inspection (PDI) and has always been transported to and from Ferrari for servicing. Ferrari Classiche Certified and regularly serviced by Ferrari, we have known this car since new and importantly it comes with the complete documentation, luggage set and collector''s items that the car came with from new. The Enzo is widely considered the most iconic and collectable modern Ferrari in existence and we believe this to be a perfect example and one of the best Enzo''s in the world. Extras: Full Luggage Set, Original Handover Pack, All Original Documentation, Unopened Car Cover, Professionally Stored from New, Regularly Serviced by Ferrari and Classiche Certified by Ferrari, Delivery Mileage, 1 Registered Keeper from New, 1 of 400 Cars Worldwide and 1 of 24 UK Cars., 2,500,000
Rosso Corsa with Black Leather & Red Alcantara, 2 seats, 1 of 448 Cars Worldwide, Concours Condition, Ferrari Classiche, Split Rims, Scuderia Shields, Red Alcantara Seat Centres, Carbon Fibre Gear Knob, Carbon Door Sills, 2 Owners From New, Exceptionally Low Mileage, Great Investment! This left hand drive version is number 222 of 448 cars that were built worldwide. A stunning ultra low mileage example which was originally part of an important Ferrari collection and was registered in the UK in February 2014. This 550 Barchetta has had the full Ferrari Classiche, a certificate of authenticity provided by Ferrari which all classic Ferrari''s strive for confirming this as one of the best examples in the world today and carries great potential for future appreciation in value., 399,950
2011 Ferrari 599 GTO with just over 1,350 KMs from new. Finished in Rosso Scuderia with Bianco Avus racing livery. Due in over the weekend, this is one of the lowest mileage cars available - not to be missed. Rosso Scuderia Bianco Avus Racing Livery Nero Leather Seats Rosso 3D Fabric Alcantara Interior Yellow Calipers Underdoor Cover in Carbon Heat Insulating Screen Yellow Rev Counter Telematic Navi System Front and Rear Sensors Full Electric Seats Fantastic Investment Opportunity
Insurance Group 50, UK Supplied Ferrari 430 Scuderia with just under 1,000 miles from new. Finished in stunning original colour combination; fantastic investment opportunity. 2009 Ferrari 430 ScuderiaUK SuppliedJust under 1,000 miles from newFinished in NeroLeather Upholstery in Nero3D Fabric in RossoRosso StitchingFactory Racing Livery in RossoGold Edge to LiveryGold Painted WheelsDoor Sill in CarbonLeather Wheelarch UpholsteryBrake Calipers in RossoCarbon Headlight BucketFully Trimmed BootInstrument Panel in GialloCarbon Wheel with LEDsPassenger Airbag Off SystemCarbon Racing Seats in LargeTPMSFantastic Investment Opportunity
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.
1 Registered Keeper, The 365GTB/4, or 'Daytona', was first unveiled at the Paris Salon in 1968, featuring a four-cam 4.3litre V12 housed within a tube steel frame and futuristic bodywork designed by Pininfarina.It's unsurpassed mechanical specifications backed up Ferrari's claim that the 352bhp rocket was the fastest production road car of the time - indeed it was recorded reaching speeds of 174mph.The Daytona we are offering here, was first ordered by the owner of Yonge-Steeles Motors, Toronto, and delivered in September 1971. It has just been subject to both a meticulous and flawless restoration by Joe Macari, presented in metallic Grigio Scuro and a Pelle Blu interior, and has only covered 300 miles since the work was completed. It is a fully matching numbers example and comes complete with its period book pack and also Ferrari Classiche certification.The Daytona was initially conceived only as a 'warm-up act' for the highly-anticipated 365 GT/4 Berlinetta Boxer. Nevertheless, it was introduced as the fastest production road car and soon became the most desirable car in the world. Over forty-five years after its first unveiling, the Daytona maintains its celebrated status among the finest sports cars ever made and is an automotive icon in its own right; the ultimate expression of a classic front-engined V12 Ferrari.
The car we are offering, along with the Pope's example is probably the most special Enzo in existence; the fabled "Carbon Enzo" that enjoyed all panels completely refinished in Carbon Fibre in period at the Factory. Supplied in 2004, this Enzo started life finished in Rosso Corsa, before it was sent the factory bodyshop in 2005 by its only keeper to have it made into the most striking and unique Enzo in the world. All panels were stripped back and refinished in full Carbon and the interior was refinished in Rosso Alcantara, complemented by Rosso Carbon. The finish and attention to detail on the car is exquisite, with Rosso Carbon used even in the engine bay and under the bonnet. In addition, the condition of the vehicle remains as new, with this Enzo only covering less than 5,000 KM from new and still sits with 1 solitary owner. The Ferrari Enzo remains to this day one of the most important and eye-catching Prancing Horses ever to leave Maranello, with this example sitting as not only one of the most striking, but also one of the most beautiful and important Enzos ever produced.
Blu Tour De France with Sabbia Leather, 4 seats, Romans are proud to offer this 1999 Ferrari 456M GTA for sale presented in Blu Tour De France with Sabbia Leather. This example has been fastidiously looked after and has to be one of the finest examples for sale anywhere. Extras: Daytona Seats, Aluminium Brake Calipers, Coloured Dashboard in Blue, Piping in Blue, Coloured Steering Wheel in Blue, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, Blue Carpets, Blue Stitching, 6-CD Changer, UK Supplied, Fantastic Condition, Exceptional Example!, 89,950