2008 FERRARI 430 SPIDER
A BEAUTIFUL 2008 FERRARI F430 SPIDER BY PRIVATE SELLER
BLACK EXTERIOR AND BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR AND ONLY 11,515 MILES!
THIS 430 SPIDER IS LOADED WITH: F1 TRANSMISSION, CERAMIC BRAKES, DAYTONA SEATS, POWER SEATS, RED BRAKE CALIPERS,
CARBON FIBER FOR DRIVING ZONE AND LOWER CABIN ZONE, REAR SEGMENT IN CARBON FIBER, SCUDERIA SHIELDS, REAR PARKING
SENSORS, CHALLENGE STYLE RIMS, NEW EXHAUST INSTALLED FOR ADDITIONAL HP, INSTALLED RADAR/LASER DETECTOR AND RADAR
JAMMER, AS WELL AS UPGRADED SOUND IN BOTH DOORS, TWO SUBWOOFERS BEHIND THE SEATS, AND AMPLIFIER IN FRONT LUGGAGE
TO MOVE SPEAKERS FOR BETTER SOUND CONTROL!
ORIGINAL LIST PRICE: $217,310.
PURCHASE INCLUDES ORIGINAL SET OF WHEELS AND EXTRA SET OF WHEELS!
*******Don't be scared by the Carfax report. Read it carefully and SAVE thousands and thousands!!! Note the
report says "MINOR" event in 2011. The front bumper was literally "scuffed". The scuff was immediately removed.
This is a non event.
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The story of the relationship between Henry Ford II and Enzo Ferrari is absolutely fascinating. The two great men of the auto industry had what appeared to be a burgeoning friendship until Ferrari pulled out of a deal to sell his company to Ford in the '60s. The latest car featured in Jay Leno's Garage is a 1952 Ferrari 212 Barchetta that tells the very beginnings of that story.
This Prancing Horse was a gift to Ford from Enzo when the two companies were first thinking about merging, according to the curator of the Petersen Automotive Museum. Ferrari really wanted to show off its best so instead of the 212's normal V12, this car was fitted with the larger 2.7-liter unit from a Ferrari 225. The car has been almost unaltered since then. It still wears its original paint, and it's tires date back to 1954.
The great thing about the Petersen is that unlike a lot of auto museums, the people there actually drive the cars and keep them in working order. Once on the road with Leno behind the wheel, this Ferrari really sings. Unfortunately, he can't open it up too much because the 60-year-old tires really hold things back. Scroll down to watch this amazing piece of automotive history and learn it's possible effect on the styling of the original Ford Thunderbird.
Ferrari's angle of emphasizing exclusivity by limiting deliveries is appearing to bear fruit. The company posted a 7.1-percent increase in revenues to 1.7 billion Euros ($2.2 billion at today's exchange rates) during the first half of 2013. Net profits, meanwhile, saw a jump of 20 percent to 116.2 million Euros ($153.5 million). The Prancing Horse delivered 3,767 cars, which, while an increase of 2.8 percent, represents a rate of growth that's slower than in the first quarter of 2013.
While Ferrari may be actively trying to slow its sales down to below 7,000 in 2013, it's seen increased numbers in the US, Great Britain and Germany, along with double-digit growth in the Middle East and Japan (39 percent and 28 percent, respectively).
The move to limit sales should have a greater impact on the numbers that come in later this year, which we told you about back in May. Ferrari's controversial move has already seen a drop in sales to China, which saw 50 fewer Prancing Horses than this time last year.
Apple, maker of tech items like the iPhone, iPad and Mac line of computers, is extending its reach into the automotive market, making a fairly big announcement ahead of the Geneva Motor Show. No, it hasn't bought Tesla (yet). Instead, Apple has announced CarPlay, an all-new means of controlling an iPhone through your car.
Now, this doesn't strike us as some gimmicky thing. It's become increasingly common for automakers to take advantage of the high-speed data streams its customers enjoy on their smartphones in order to integrate navigation, traffic, audio and other infotainment items into a car's touchscreen interface. The Chevrolet Spark and Sonic are two prime examples of this move, using an iPhone's data stream for Siri integration and data for a third-party navigation app.
Owners will be able to plug in their iPhones to their cars via the USB port and gain control of a number of the device's functions, all through a car's touchscreen.