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2004 Ferrari 575M

Maranello F1, 14k Miles, Recent Major Service, Fiorano Handling Package, Gorgeou

$79,800

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SOLD to Florida!!! This is a no excuses 14,700 mile US Delivery 2004 Ferrari 575M featuring the F1 style six-speed gearbox and the “Fiorano” Handling Package and is in nearly showroom new condition. It has been recently serviced, including belts, and is ready to enjoy!!

Offered here is what is perhaps the ideal driver’s Ferrari 575M Maranello. The livery is all original and finished in Gricio Titanio (Silver). This is a classic color for the GT model Ferraris. The paint finish is nearly perfect, as one would expect from a motorcar that has enjoyed being part of a major collection. The paint is beautiful; throughout. We love the contrasting yellow calipers that was a custom order with the factory.

Inside, the interior is trimmed in Nero black leather and features the Daytona Ferrari sport seats and black carpets. The seats show almost no wear and are soft and supple. We also love the High Power HiFi with the Subwoofer.

The first major update to Ferrari’s 550 Maranello, the 575M Maranello very much kept the same formula as its predecessor, albeit for a few key changes. The most significant change was Ferrari’s offering of its new F1-style gearbox as an optional extra, the first time this gearbox was fitted to a front-engined V-12. This example is fitted with what is now the classic F1 gearbox. This Ferrari is also optioned with the spare wheel.

Most recently, this 575 received a major service and engine detailing in March of 2018 at Bobileff Motor Car Company in San Diego, which included replacing the timing belts. Bobileff Motors is the go-to facility for all things Ferrari. This motorcar has a perfect CARFAX history, confirming the lack of accidents, repairs or issues.

Optioned as such, this example beautifully treads the line between a sports car and grand tourer, perhaps the best of both worlds, and recalling the great dual-purpose 250 GT and 275 GTB models of Ferrari’s storied past. Perfect for inclusion in the world’s best collection of modern Ferraris, it would be a brilliant example to preserve as one of the last analog front-engined, twelve-cylinder Ferraris ever built.

Financing is available.

For more details, please call, email or text Harry Clark at +1.602.245.7200 or sales@classicpromenade.com.

2004 Ferrari 575M

$79,800

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
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LOCATION USA
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2004 Ferrari 575M
2004 Ferrari 575M

$79,800

VIN ZFFBV55A540137029
BODY STYLE Coupe
FUEL Gasoline
MILES 14,750
GEARBOX Semi-automatic
DOORS 2
INT COLOR Black
EXT COLOR Silver
YEAR 2004
LOCATION Phoenix, AZ
PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 69

Ferrari 575M

Interesting Fact: The Ferrari 575M was launched in 2002 and is a two-seat grand tourer that features Pininfarina styling changes from the 550 Maranello. The 575M features a redesigned interior and many mechanical improvements such as weight distribution and two six-speed transmissions.   This model uses a V12 longitudinally mounted front-engine that is naturally aspirated…
Interesting Fact: The Ferrari 575M was launched in 2002 and is a two-seat grand tourer that features Pininfarina styling changes from the 550 Maranello. The 575M features a redesigned interior and many mechanical improvements such as weight distribution and two six-speed transmissions.   This model uses a V12 longitudinally mounted front-engine that is naturally aspirated and gives the 575M a maximum power output of 508 horsepower at 7,250 RPM. The recorded maximum speed of this model is 202 miles per hour with a 0 to 60 acceleration time of 4.2 seconds. In 2005, a convertible version of the 575M was produced, nicknamed the Ferrari Superamerica. Keeping to Enzo Ferrari’s philosophy that there should be one less car produced than the market demanded, only 559 units were manufactured.   In 2006, the 575M was replaced by the 599 GTB, which resulted in a total of 2,056 standard 575M models being produced. There were a number of 575M-based racing cars produced that yielded 600 horsepower and a new top speed of 208 miles per hour. Production on the 575M was short and sweet, but this vehicle is still acclaimed as one of the best Ferrari’s ever produced. Many car lovers still try to add this vehicle to their collection today!  

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