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1973 (M) - Ferrari Daytona 365 GTB/4 Coupe 2-Door 10
1973 (M) - Ferrari Daytona 365 GTB/4 Coupe 2-Door
£749,950
  • 4.4L
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 19,275 miles
  • 4.4 litre
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 19,275
Revealed in 1968 at the Paris Salon, the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 or Daytona had a strong act to follow replacing the 275 GTB/4 that preceded. However, Pininfarina sculpted body created a car that was instantly recognisable and to become one of the most famous shapes in the brand's history. On top of the design advancements in the Daytona, the 365 GTB/4 also set a new benchmark in terms of performance; more than 350 bhp and a top speed of 174 mph, making it the fastest production car in the world at the time. It is the combination of such stunning styling and remarkable performance that has cemented the Daytonas place amongst the most iconic of all Ferraris; as such they have become one of the most collectible cars on the market, with values continuing to rise consistently. Built in 1973; the car we are offering is one of only 158 RHD, UK Delivered Daytonas and has incredibly new miles from new.Sitting in one of the strongest colour combinations, the overall condition of the car is absolutely fantastic, especially under the bonnet. This Daytona is a perfect usable example or one that could be added to the finest of Ferrari collections. Further, the car will be sold complete with Ferrari Classiche certification.
  
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1998 (R) - Ferrari 355 Spider F1 6
1998 (R) - Ferrari 355 Spider F1
£99,950
  • 3.5L
  • Convertible
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 39,900 miles
  • 3.5 litre
  • Convertible
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 39,900
The Ferrari F355 Berlinetta was introduced at the 1994 Geneva Motor Show; the highly demanded successor to the now ageing 348. The 355 was not only a stark improvement stylistically on the 348, but it also saw a number of technical improvements, such as power steering and electronically controlled damping. The F355 name referred to the new 3.5-litre V8 engine with 5 valves per cylinder; a unit capable of propelling the beautiful Pininfarina-styled body to 60mph in under 5 seconds and top speed in excess of 180 mph. Further, the motor is responsible for what remains today one of the finest engine notes ever to come from Maranello.The car we are offering is a stunning 355 Spider; the convertible version of the of which there were only 139 UK F1 examples produced in total. Not only does the Spider look beautiful, but also offers a greater access to that wonderful soundtrack. With just under 40,000 miles showing, this beautiful Rosso Corsa over Crema car sits in not only the strongest of colour combinations, but also in very good all round condition.The 355 has been one of the star cars of 2015 and looks set to continue to be not only a fantastic investment opportunity, but also one of the most beautiful and fun Ferraris to own. Recent full major Service and Cam Belt replacement at our official Ferrari Service Centre.
  
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1989  - Ferrari 328 10
1989 - Ferrari 328
£74,950
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 29,000 miles
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 29,000
The Ferrari 328 was introduced in 1985 as the successor to the vaunted 308 series of cars, quickly becoming a car synonymous with the late 80s. Although based on its predecessor, the 328 represented an entirely new approach to the sports car market; a softer design inspired by aerodynamics and performance. The classic mid-engined layout was retained, however the 3.2 litre V8 was a step up from the 308 QV motor, now pushing out 270 bhp and capable of launching the 328 to 60mph in less than 6 seconds. The 328 was on offer in GTB and GTS guise, with the latter far out-selling its fixed-top brother, mainly due to success in the US market. The car was made from 1985-1989, with over 7,000 produced in that time. The popularity of the car was not only down to its iconic styling, but also fantastic handling and true usability that had not been seen in previous mid-engined Ferraris. The car on offer is a late LHD GTS produced in 1989 and is stunningly cared for example. Having covered just under 29,000 miles from new, the vehicle sits in absolutely immaculate condition. The car is finished in Rosso Corsa with Nero interior and is arguably one of the nicest 328s on sale today. An incredibly rare opportunity to buy a perfect example of one of Ferraris most recognisable cars produced, a real star of the 80s.
  
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1992  - Ferrari F40 POA 10
1992 - Ferrari F40 POA
£9,999,999
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 10,500 miles
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 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! In addition, the car not only comes with a comprehensive history file, but is also Classiche Certified. 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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2007 (07) - Ferrari 599 auto 2-Door 10
2007 (07) - Ferrari 599 auto 2-Door
£102,990
  • 6L
  • Coupe
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 38,000 miles
Priceless Autos
020 8712 2952
  • 6 litre
  • Coupe
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 38,000
SERVICE HISTORY, BORDEAU RED LEATHER INTERIOR, YELLOW INSTRUMENT PANEL, SCUDERIA FERRARI WING SHIELDS, REVERSE PARKING SENSORS, CARBON FIBRE AND LED STEERING WHEEL, CARBON BRAKES, Power steering, Remote central locking, 19" GLOSS BLACK ALLOY WHEELS, NAVIGATION RADIO SYSTEM, CLIMATE CONTROL, LAUNCH CONTROL, PADDLE SHIFT, CARBON FIBRE DASH VENTS AND TACHO SURROUND. 2 seats, Yellow, IMPORTED VEHICLE, VAT QUALIFYING,SPECIALLY PAINTED TO REQUIREMENTS, UP TO 20 PICS OF CAR ON WEBSITE, Please call To make A Viewing Appointment,
  
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1967  - Ferrari 330 GTS - POA 10
1967 - Ferrari 330 GTS - POA
£9,999,999
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 59,350 miles
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 59,350
The 330 GTS was one of the cars that helped to lay the foundations of Ferrari's philosophy of catering for and rewarding their most loyal customers. With a simple brief of producing the finest Grand Touring motoring experience money could buy, Ferrari set about building the successor to the 275 GTS in the form of the 330 GTS.The car debuted at the 1966 Paris Motorshow, displaying unmistakable Pininfarina coachwork inspired by the 275 GTS and 250 amongst others. The car is characaterised by its egg crate oval grille and tripled louvred vents just aft of the front wheels, as well as the tapered tail made famous by the gorgeous 275 GTS. The car boasted a stunning interior with full leather bucket seats and a wood rimmed aluminium steering wheel; all this coupled with the very useable boot space the car provided made this the absolute best in class.Capable of completing a 1/4 mile in 15 secs at 100mph, culminating in a top speed of 150mph the car is far from sluggish, the glorious top note produced by the car's V12 is second to none and promises to raise hairs on the back of anyone's neck who is lucky enough to pilot it.Produced in April of 1967, the car we are offering was delivered in the seldom seen shade of Nicciola over Nero. Originally delivered to a customer based in New York City the car was held by the first owner for 9 years before being sold to the second owner who was basedin Alamo, California. The car was passed along to it's third owner, also based in Alamo, who repainted it yellow. Unfortunately in the late 1990's the car was damaged at a hill climb event Virginia, and was immediately repaired professionally by European Auto Restoration Inc. of Costa Mesa, California.In 2014 the car benefitted from a no-expenses-spared body off restoration which exceeded a cost of $400,000 and resulted in arguably the greatest ever restoration of the 330 GTS. Though the car hasn't featured in any competitions since it's restoration it would be hard to imagine it winning anything other than platinum award at any Ferrari Concours.The car remains as desirable and investable as ever, a true gem to add to any collection.
  
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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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2012 (12) - Ferrari FF 6.3 Auto Seq 3dr 10
2012 (12) - Ferrari FF 6.3 Auto Seq 3dr
£139,950
  • 6.3L
  • Coupe
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 22,310 miles
Reduced by £10,000 was £149,950
  • 6.3 litre
  • Coupe
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 22,310
1 Registered Keeper, Blu Tour De France with Sabbia Leather, 4 seats, Rear Seat Entertainment, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, Parking Camera, Front & Rear Parking Sensors, Ventilated Full Electric Seats, Giallo Instrument Panel, High Power HIFI System, TV Tuner, Blu Scuro Coloured Upper Dashboard, Interior & Exterior Electrochromic Mirrors, Steering Wheel With LEDs, Blu Scuro Leather Lower Dashboard, Cruise Control, Blu Seat Belts, Yellow Brake Calipers, Blu Coloured Special Stitching, Coloured Steering Wheel, Tyre Pressure Measurement, AFS System, Navtrak Antitheft System, Sabbia Leather Headliner, Parcel Shelf & Upper Part, Standard Features: Satellite Navigation, Bluetooth, Rear View Camera, Carbon Ceramic Brakes, Dual-Zone Climate Control, Bi-Xenon Headlamps, Heated Seats, Electric/Dimming/Heated Mirrors, Adaptive Suspension, Electric Steering Wheel, Launch Control, LED Rear Lights, Rain and Light Sensors, Push Button Start & Much More! UK Supplied, Exceptional Example., 139,950
  
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1996  - Ferrari 275 10
1996 - Ferrari 275
£1,600,000
  • 3.3L
  • Convertible
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 18,215 miles
  • 3.3 litre
  • Convertible
  • 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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2004 (04) - Ferrari Enzo 2-Door 10
2004 (04) - Ferrari Enzo 2-Door
£1,675,950
  • 6L
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 5,110 miles
Reduced by £19,050 was £1,695,000
  • 6 litre
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 5,110
Nero Exterior, Nero Alcantara Interior, UK Supplied, Full Main Dealer Service History, Luggage, Car Cover, Classiche Certified.
  
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2011  - Ferrari 599 GTO 2-Door 10
2011 - Ferrari 599 GTO 2-Door
£479,950
  • 6L
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 5,750 miles
  • 6 litre
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 5,750
Rosso Corsa Exterior, Nero Internal Colour, Headliner Alcantara Nero, Door Sill Cover in Carbon, Red Brake Calipers, Carbon Fibre Headlight Bucket, Carbon Fibre Rear Bench Trim, Carbon Fibre Wheels Cup, Lateral Dash Insert in Carbon, Heat Insulating Windscreen, Yellow Rev Counter, Alcantara Upholstry, iPod Connection, Cascade Telematic Nav System, Privacy Rear Windows, Large Carbon Fibre Racing Seats, Nero Lucido 20" Challenge Rims, Dark Grey Stitching, Nero Seat Inserts.
  
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2005  - Ferrari 250 Chassis - 5097 2-Door 10
2005 - Ferrari 250 Chassis - 5097 2-Door
£1,495,950
  • 3L
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 59,000 miles
Reduced by £99,050 was £1,595,000
  • 3 litre
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 59,000
1 Registered Keeper, This particular example left the factory in 1963 in Rosso over Crema and was delivered to the United States; in 1995 the current owner set about locating a 250 Lusso and after 2 years of searching the car we are offering today was found. The current owner had owned a series of classic Ferraris in the past; including a 250 TDF, and thus his aim was to restore the car to the highest standard with a view to winning the Ferrari Owner's Club Concours (It went on to win in 2005). Once the car had been located it was transported from Connecticut to Marseille; when the car arrived in the port it was unlicensed & unregistered and had to be given a police escort from the container it was shipped in to its new home awaiting registration.In order to register the car a Certificate of Conformity from Ferrari was required, however they declined to provide the certificate unless the car was restored to a high standard; due to the disarray of the French restoration industry in the late 90's the owner opted to have it sent to the UK for its first restoration which saw it stripped down to a body shell on Tressals. Following this preliminary restoration, the car was sent to Steve Richards Racing Design & Development for its most recent restoration which is documented down to the purchase of every nut and bolt used in the restoration process.The car remained in restoration from 2003-2005, during which time it was stripped to metal and repainted in the jaw dropping Metallic Blue it's presented in today. The car comes complete with photographs showing it finished in Red and the restoration process which turned it Blue.The car has featured in numerous Concours competitions, some of the more notable included its 4th place in the 2009 Ferrari Owners' Club Concours and its 2nd place in the 2006 Ferrari Owners' Club Concours.This car is the Pinnacle of Ferrari's Ethos of Beauty and Drivability, the chance to own such a rich piece of Automotive history should not be taken lightly! The car will be sold complete with Classiche documentation and original tool roll.
  
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2015 (01) - Ferrari 550 5.5 Barchetta Pininfarina 2dr 10
2015 (01) - Ferrari 550 5.5 Barchetta Pininfarina 2dr
£365,000
  • 5.5L
  • Convertible
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2,340 miles
  • 5.5 litre
  • Convertible
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 2,340
1 Registered Keeper, Rosso Corsa with Nero Leather, 2 seats, Fiorano Handling Package, Large Racing Seats In Nero With Carbon Fibre Backing, Nero Carpets, Ferrari Classiche Certified, European Car Registered To The UK In 2015, 2 Owners From New, Number 224 of 448 Cars Worldwide, Low Mileage, Standard Features: Carbon Fibre Instrument Cluster, Carbon Fibre Centre Console, Carbon Fibre Gear Knob, Carbon Fibre Door Sills, Leather & Carbon Fibre Steering Wheel, Split Rims, Scuderia Shields, Red Alcantara Seat Centres., 365,000
  
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1973  - Ferrari Daytona Coupe 2-Door 10
1973 - Ferrari Daytona Coupe 2-Door
£749,950
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 19,275 miles
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 19,275
Revealed in 1968 at the Paris Salon, the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 or Daytona had a strong act to follow replacing the 275 GTB/4 that preceded. However, Pininfarina sculpted body created a car that was instantly recognisable and to become one of the most famous shapes in the brand's history. On top of the design advancements in the Daytona, the 365 GTB/4 also set a new benchmark in terms of performance; more than 350 bhp and a top speed of 174 mph, making it the fastest production car in the world at the time. It is the combination of such stunning styling and remarkable performance that has cemented the Daytonas place amongst the most iconic of all Ferraris; as such they have become one of the most collectible cars on the market, with values continuing to rise consistently. Built in 1973; the car we are offering is one of only 158 RHD, UK Delivered Daytonas and has incredibly new miles from new.Sitting in one of the strongest colour combinations, the overall condition of the car is absolutely fantastic, especially under the bonnet. This Daytona is a perfect usable example or one that could be added to the finest of Ferrari collections. Further, the car will be sold complete with Ferrari Classiche certification.
  
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2000  - Ferrari 550 Handling Package 10
2000 - Ferrari 550 Handling Package
£114,950
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 27,500 miles
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 27,500
With the introduction of the 550 Maranello in 1997, Ferrari returned to its custom of building front-engined V12 sports cars, reviving a style that had remained dormant since the demise of the 365GTB/4 'Daytona' in 1974. The 550 Maranello's 48-valve, 5.5-litre V12 developed 485bhp at 7,000rpm, some 100-or-so horsepower more than the Daytona's. Ferrari had discovered that providing optimum balance in a front-engined sports car necessitated the use of a rear transaxle, and the Maranello's came with six speeds. The power train was contained in a tubular steel chassis, to which was attached aluminium coachwork, while the all-independent suspension incorporated dual-mode (normal/sports) damping, switch-selectable by the driver, which was complemented by speed-sensitive power-assisted steering. Styled by Pininfarina like its illustrious 'Daytona' predecessor, the 550 Maranello adopted the traditional combination of long bonnet, small cabin and truncated tail. The body's aerodynamics were developed in the wind tunnel, where hours of testing guaranteed that the minimum of drag was combined with constant downforce regardless of set up, an important consideration in a 200mph road car. Styling details such as the bonnet air scoop and hot air outlets behind the front wheelarches recalled the great competizione Ferraris of the past, in particular the immortal 250GTO, while the tail incorporated Ferrari's characteristic twin circular lights. The car we're offering has completed just under 27,500 miles and sits in the stunning colour combination of Rosso Corsa over Nero, complete with Electric Daytona Seats & the ultra desirable Fiorano Handling Package
  
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1972  - Ferrari 365 GTC/4 2-Door 6
1972 - Ferrari 365 GTC/4 2-Door
£350,000
  • 4.4L
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 14,500 miles
  • 4.4 litre
  • Coupe
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 14,500
The 365 GTC/4 shares the chassis, wheelbase, suspension and engine with the 365 Daytona, however in the pininfarina designed 2+2 body. To accommodate the more practical nature of the car, the engine was slightly detuned from the Daytona to 340bhp, there was a slightly softer suspension set-up and an inclusion of power-steering.However, with only 500 being produced an such a close relationship with the iconic Daytona, the 365 GTC/4 has remained an under-appreciated and under-valued car, making it an enticing investment opportunity. The special example we are offering today is currently finished in Nero over Nero; one of the strongest combinations for the car. However the car was originally finished in an extremely interesting colour of Oro Kelso (Gold) over a Pelle Nera Cogolo the car still dons today. The car was supplied new to Modern Classic Motors in Reno, Nevada but has subsequently spent the majority of its recent life back in Europe and sits in full European specification, French to be specific as highlighted by the stunning yellow lights. The car is also equipped with an extremely rare factory fitted sunroof, which we have never seen on another example! Complete with recently Classiche Certification from the factory, this GTC/4 is showing just under 14,500 miles and sits in very good and original condition all round, with the interior showing fantastic patina and the mechanicals as one would expect for such a beautiful Ferrari of the 70s. For many the GTC/4 is a much nicer car to own and drive than the more famous Daytona; and when this is combined by the limited production run and figures, they certainly present a fantastic argument as being the finest 70s Ferrari to own and also invest.
  
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