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2009 Ferrari 430 on 2040-cars

US $90,700.00
Year:2009 Mileage:15659 Color: Red /
 Black
Location:

Santa Ana, California, United States

Santa Ana, California, United States

More details at: cyndicmmcgrotty@ukretailers.com .

Up for sale is a 2009 Ferrari Scuderia.
The car is in Los angeles.
Exterior: Rosso Scuderia
Interior: Black
Mileage: 15,659
The whole car is 3M clear wrapped to protect its beautiful paint.
Well cared and maintained car. Last serviced at July 2016 at Ferrari Beverly Hills and have driven less than 100
miles since.
Options:
Rosso Scuderia Brake Calipers
Fire Extinguisher
Leather upholstery
Racing Stripe
Special Stitching

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Sat, 09 Feb 2013 13:00:00 EST

Vintage Ferrari models show up on the auction circuit all the time, but few can match this particular '53 340/375 MM Berlinetta Competizione in terms of historical significance. Not only did the machine compete in the 1953 24 Hours of Le Mans, but this particular model managed to finish in second place before being disqualified for taking on extra brake fluid during a stop. More importantly, a total of three Formula One world champions have driven this car in competition at events like the Spa 24 Hours, Pescara 12 Hours and the Circuit of Guadeloupe.
The coolest part for us? Umberto Maglioli managed to set a public road stage record with this machine during the Carrera Panamericana by averaging 138 miles per hour over 223 miles. The effort was good enough to land the team a sixth place finish overall, and the record still stands to this day for any road stage anywhere. The 340/375 MM Berlinetta Competizione is up for auction in restored condition at the RM Auction event in Paris this week. Check out the full press release below for more information.

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According to the latest reports, Fiat will pay Montezemolo 26.95 million euros (nearly $35 million) in severance pay. A little more than half of that will be paid in a lump sum of 13.71 million euros ($17.7M, equivalent to five times his annual salary) on January 31, 2015, with the rest to be paid within the next 20 years.
The payment is contingent on Montezemolo not going to work for a competitor, so don't expect to see him replacing Stephan Winkelmann at Lamborghini or Wolfgang Dürheimer at Bugatti any time soon. At least not until March 2017. Of course with that much cash on hand, the 67-year-old marquis need never work again, but considering how busy he's used to keeping himself, we'd be surprised if he didn't pop up again somewhere.

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