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2 Registered Keepers, Blu Tour De France with Sabbia Leather, 4 seats, 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

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Nero Daytona with Nero Leather, 4 seats, 20''''? Diamond Finish Sport Wheels, Yellow Brake Calipers, Yellow Rev Counter, Front & Rear Daytona Style Seats in Nero, Electric Seats, Carbon Fibre Steering Wheel + LEDs, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, Parking Camera, Front & Rear Parking Sensors, Magneride Dual Mode Suspension, High Power HIFI System, Coloured Special Stitching in Nero, Navtrak Antitheft System, Leather Central Tunnel, Leather Armrest on Tunnel, Alcantara Interior Carpet, iPod Connection, Alcantara Boot Carpet, AFS System, Tyre Pressure Measurement, Adjustable Steering Column, Air Conditioning, Alloy Wheels, Bi-Xenon''s, CD Player, CST Traction Control with F1-TRAC System, Carbon Ceramic Brakes, Central Door Locking, Dual Airbags, Electric Seats, Electric Windows, Satellite Navigation, 3 Setting Switchable Vehicle Dynamics, 7 Speed F1 Dual Clutch Gearbox, 1 Owner From New, Stunning Example!, 112,950

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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.

1991 - Ferrari F40

£875,000
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1 Registered Keeper, The Ferrari F40 was the last vehicle commissioned by Enzo Ferrari himself, and has fittingly been regarded as one of the brand's finest. 1987 was a special year for Enzo, celebrating both his 90th birthday and 40 years since he completed his first car, hence the name F40. In honour of such an important year in both his and the companies life, Enzo created what remains today one of his finest ever road cars. The F40 came with a 2.9 litre V8 producing a reported 478 bhp (although many believe this figure to be conservative) mated to a 5-speed open gate gearbox and a completely unassisted driving experience. When introduced, the F40 was the fastest road car ever produced, the first to top 200 mph and a 0-60 time of around 3.5 seconds. However, the F40 is about so much more than numbers and this is the reason it is respected by so many drivers and collectors even to this day. There has been no car built to compare to the driving experience of the F40 and unfortunately there never will be; a car so raw, challenging and most importantly rewarding. The car we are offering is a beautiful 1991 example that has covered less that 5,500 km and has just 2 UK owners. This F40 was supplied new to Crepaldi Auto in Italy, before coming to the UK in 2008 where it has remained ever since. Having sat in one of the UK's finest car collections for the past 7 years, the car is in absolutely fantastic condition all round; one of the nicest F40s on the market. The interest and respect for the Ferrari F40 has never been stronger, with nice examples such as this at an all time premium. They remains one of the best cars ever to drive, but are also one of the safest investments in the market, as values look set to continue to rise.

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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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Ferrari 430 Scuderia LHDJust under 15,000 milesGrigio SilverstoneAlcantara Interior in RossoBluetoothRed CalipersAnti-Stone Chipping FilmFire ExtinguisherYellow OdometerIpodCarbon Wheel with LEDsLegal Roll BarLarge Carbon Race SeatsNero 3D Fabric4 Point Harness

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2 Registered Keepers, Rosso Corsa with Charcoal Grey Alcantara, 2 seats, Grigio Racing Stripe, Carbon Fibre Trim, Prancing Horse Stitched into Headrests, Car Cover, NavTrak, As New., 219,950

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1974 Ferrari 365 BB finished in Bianco and Nero exterior with Azzuro hide. 1 of just 387 examples produced; the first and rarest Boxer. The Ferrari 365 GT/4 Berlinetta Boxer was revealed at Turin in 1971; the first mid-mounted flat-12 engine to feature in a road model. The model and series in fact would develop the nickname of 'Boxer' for its opposing pistons. The 365 BB was eventually released in late 1973 with the majority of cars only leaving the factory in 1974; a total of 387 were built in the following three years before the car was upgraded to the 512 BB. However, the 365 remains both the original, lightest and rarest of all the Boxer models, instantly recognisable due to its triple rear lights and 'pea-shooter' exhaust tips. These factors entail that the 365 GT/4 BB is the most valuable and sought after of the entire Boxer family and with the addition of the BBs being the last truly hand-built Ferraris, values look set to hold strong in the coming years. The car we are offering is finished in Bianco with Nero Sills and Azzuro Hide; an original EU car that spent much of its early life in Italy, before then being registered in Sweden. The car sits in lovely original condition is a perfect example to add to either a fine collection or be used on a regular basis.

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#6201 was purchased new in 1964 from Maranello Concessionaires, Bournemouth, by Major Nicholas Daniel of Baker Street, London. He owned it until November 1965, when Jaguar Cars of Coventry bought the car for their research and development purposes - no doubt envious with what Ferrari had achieved in successfully marrying speed and comfort. After satiating their professional intrigue it was not re-built, but instead it was left under cover outside a workshop in parts for over a year.American Robert 'Bob' Blake, a brilliant panel beater, was the third owner. He moved to Coventry (having left Briggs Swift Cunningham, builidng nearly all of their sports racers) in 1966 to work for the Experimental Department at Jaguar; indeed, Blake was hugely instrumental for constructing the prototype XKSS and designing the FHC E-Type.Having noticed that #6201 was unwanted, he purchased the car from his employers and set about rebuilding it it to its former glory; a full report of its rebuild, written by Blake, accompanies the car in its extensive history file. He kept the car for nine years, taking the mileage from 6,900 to 30,430, before selling it to his friend Mr Ronald Cooke of Coventry in September 1976 - who indeed helped Blake with the rebuild some ten years before. Cooke owned it for ten years beofre registering it in the name of his wife upon his emigration to Australia in 1978.By 1995 she had sold it (with roughly 50,000 miles on the clock) to Mr Simon Bliss of South West London and he sold it to Aiden Liddell of Carlisle a year later. Its eighth owner bought it in 1999 owning it for four years until selling it to its previous owner in 2003

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The start of the 3rd Millenium was a great time for Ferrari, not only on the road but also on the track; 6 Constructors' titles between 1999 and 2004 saw the Prancing Horses dominate the F1 calendar year-on-year, with Schumacher at the top of his form. It was at this time that Luca Di Montezemolo embarked on creating a car to reflect this motorsport success and bring such technology to the road; a project that would be dedicated to the Founder of the company. September 2002 was the first chance the world got to see the Ferrari Enzo at the Paris Auto Show; although technically the successor to the F50, the Enzo was a car to represent everything great about the brand and complement competition success with the ultimate supercar at the time. To achieve this, the Ferrari Enzo featured the pinnacle of technology, engineering and design, while all the while taking great influence from Schumacher's multiple title-winning car. This relationship can be most obviously seen in how focused the Enzo is; designed for maximum performance and downforce with a lack of creature comforts such as a radio. At the heart of the previously dubbed F60 is a 660 bhp Tipo F140B V12 mated to the fastest F1 gearbox seen at the time, propelling the beautiful body to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds and on to a top speed of 217. In-keeping with the previous "special-series" production cars, the Enzo's production was limited to just 399 examples, with the 400th example being gifted to Pope John Paul II. Naturally all cars were instantly accounted for, with values of Enzos never dropping to anywhere the original sales price of less than £500,000. The car we are offering is an original EU car with just over 28,000 KM showing. Finished in the rare combination Nero with Nero Hide, this is a lovely, usable example of an Enzo sitting in very good all-round condition. Carrying the name of the founder put a lot of pressure on the Ferrari Enzo, however it is a car and design that remains one of the brands most iconic to date; not only a fantastic car to drive, but set to be an all-time classic with fantastic investment potential.

2009 - Ferrari 430

£275,000
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Ferrari 430 Scuderia in RHD with just 650 miles from new. Late 2009 car with fantastic specification; incredibly rare opportunity to buy an 'as new' Scuderia. Ferrari 430 Scuderia 650 Miles from New Bianco Avus Alcantara Upholstery in Charcoal Door Sill in Carbon Bluetooth Yellow Calipers Carbon Headlight Bucket Fully Trimmed Boot Fire Extinguisher Yellow Rev Counter Ipod Carbon Wheel with LEDs Grigio Corsa Stripe with Nero Border Legal Roll Bar Carbon Racing Seats in Large Driver Seat Adjustment Device Stitch in Grigio Chiaro Alcantara Wheel in Charcoal TPMS 4 Point Harness Interior 3D Fabric in Nero

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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!, 229,950

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Spectacular 250 GT/L 'Lusso' presented in immaculate condition. Original EU car and Ferrari 'Classiche' certified. The Ferrari 250 GT/L or 'Lusso' is the last evolution of the famed Ferrari 250 Berlinetta line of vehicles; one of the most beautiful cars ever made. The car was initially revealed at the Paris Motor Show in October 1962, the last vehicle to carry the iconic "250" name, carrying design and performance features from legendary cars such as the GTO and SWB. Such DNA meant that the Lusso was not only one of the best looking Ferraris ever made, but also one of the best to drive; the ultimate Grand Tourer, focused on luxury over competition. The vehicle we are fortunate enough to offer is number 329 of 350 build and comes with an extensive service and ownership history. The car was delivered to Germany in 1964 before moving to a new home in France in 1972. The vehicle enjoyed a full restoration in the 1990s, before going on to be a serial concourse vehicle in the 00s. In 2008, the vehicle became Ferrari certified and is subsequently presented with its 'Classiche' folder. Originally Blue Notte, the car sits in the same colour it left the factory, now over Bordeaux hide and is in absolutely beautiful condition. There has never been a better time to buy one of the most beautiful Ferraris ever made; a guaranteed long-term earner and one of the most enjoyable vehicles to drive and own.

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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.

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Insurance Group 50, 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., 349,950

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