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2010 Ferrari California Base Convertible 2-door on 2040-cars

US $49,400.00
Year:2010 Mileage:9800 Color: Black /

Austin, Nevada, United States

Austin, Nevada, United States

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2010 Ferrari California Base Convertible
I am a private seller whom is selling my 2010 Ferrari California Base Convertible which comes fully loaded and has
only 9800 Miles. This Ferrari California has an ORIGINAL MRSP OF OVER $230,000 and it comes with the typical aging
that you would expect from a prestigious 6 Year Old Italian Ferrari Convertible.
Since this is a private sale and not sold through a dealership, there ARE NO STATE TAXES OR DOCUMENTATION FEES IN
This Ferrari is LOADED with options including:
Magneride Dual Mode Suspension (Original Price $5,114),
Electronically Operated Seats (Original Price $5,194),
**New Scuderia Ferrari Shields** (Original Price $1,542),
19" Light Alloy Finished Wheels (Original Price $2,211),
Daytona Style Seats (Original Price $3,305),
AFS- Advanced Front Lighting System (Original Price $1,809),
Yellow Brake Calipers (Original Price $1,259),
Cruise Control (Original Price $1,046),
Electrochromic Rearview Mirror (Original Price $967),
Ferrari iPOD Input (Original Price $881),
Central Tunnel in Leather (Original Price $865),
Armrest in Leather (Original Price $550),
Ferrari California Factory Authentic Red Car Cover (Original Price $450),
and MORE!
2010 Ferrari California Convertible
Highly Optioned with $231,102 MSRP
Clean Title with No Liens
No Accidents
Clean AutoCheck
CarFax Certified
Owners Manuals
Both Original Ferrari Keys
Original Window Sticker
Excellent Condition Internally and Externally
Oil Change/Maintenance Services performed in 2016 at Ferrari Dealership

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Ferrari reveals pair of tailor-made specials in Shanghai

Fri, 20 Jun 2014 09:29:00 EST

For most people, buying a new Ferrari - heck, even a used one - would be a special occasion all on its own, not to mention a rare privilege. But to make the experience all the more special, the Prancing Horse marque offers its Tailor-Made personalization program. The service just reached the Asia-Pacific region for the first time with the new Tailor-Made Centre in Shanghai, and to mark its inauguration, Ferrari has revealed two new special editions - both based on V12 GTs and inspired by horses - specifically for the Chinese market.
First up is the F12 Berlinetta Polo Edition pictured above. The special F12 is distinguished by a white and blue theme, the exterior decked out in Bianco Italia Opaco (read: fancy white) with navy blue offset racing stripes, and the interior carrying an inverse take on the same featuring dark blue leather upholstering with white stitching, stripes and trim.
Those looking for more traction and versatility might be more intrigued by the FF Dressage Edition. The four-seat, four-wheel special gets a piano black exterior and a reddish saddle brown leather interior with grid-pattern stitching (pictured inset at right).

Ferrari reveals one-off F12 TRS at Sicily cavalcade

Mon, 23 Jun 2014 14:01:00 EST

Every year Ferrari owners gather from all corners of the globe for the annual Ferrari Cavalcade. This year's edition just wrapped up in Sicily, where over 90 proud owners from 27 different countries brought their prides and joys. Some of the participating supercars were more rare and notable than others - included among them several LaFerraris - but the extravaganza included the reveal of one very unique Prancing Horse.
That would be the new F12 TRS. The one-off creation surfaced just last week, the work of the Ferrari Special Projects division for one very fortunate client. It's based on the F12 Berlinetta, but replaces its coupe bodywork with new roadster sheetmetal that incorporates a glass window to reveal the red cylinder heads from which its inspiration - the 250 Testa Rossa - drew its name and a cowled rear deck. The open cockpit is trimmed in leather, Alcantara and carbon fiber, but ditches the glovebox, air vents, carpeting, audio system and other creature comforts.
Contrary to earlier reports, the F12 TRS does not appear to have a hybrid powertrain, the conventional 6.3-liter V12 producing the same 730 horsepower as the coupe to propel this one-off roadster to 62 in 3.1 seconds and to 124 mph in 8.1 - so as you can see, it hardly needed any help in the first place. Check it out in photos above, and feel free to read more in the press release below.

'Ferrari' is an oft-banned search term in China, but why?

Sat, 22 Feb 2014 17:40:00 EST

The Internet has been a boon for car enthusiasts; after all, information about any car ever made is available at a few taps of the keyboard, whenever you'd like. Unfortunately, some Chinese motor heads are not quite as lucky because state censors have been intermittently banning searches for Ferrari on the country's micro-blogging sites, according to Time.
The problem has nothing to do with Maranello's supercars; it's what they represent. The Prancing Horse has become the symbol for so-called "princelings," wealthy young Chinese who use their parents' privileges in the Communist elite to afford luxuries.
The first bout of censorship came in 2011 when the son of then-high-ranking politician Bo Xilai was spotted cruising around Beijing in a red Ferrari, a vehicle much more expensive than he should have been able to afford. It started trending on Chinese social media, and censors began blocking searches for Ferrari in the car's red color. The Italian brand was censored again briefly in 2012 when a Chinese investor crashed his Prancing Horse into two other cars in Singapore.