1995 Ferrari F512 M on 2040-cars
Van Nuys, California, United States
For sale is
a 1995 Ferrari 512 M. The M standing for modificata. This beauty is
Ferrari's two-door coupe V12 engine super car. This specific one is
number twenty from all the 512M's made. The
F512 M is the last version of Testarossa. 501 cars were produced in
total, of which 75 were shipped to the United States. Original owner of the car was Lorenzo Lamas and i am currently the 7th owner. The car looks as if it's brand new. Complete Service was done on July 2, 2014 through Auto Gallery. If you have any questions regarding the service you can call (818) 932-1713 and ask for Nick the Service Manger or Eric the Ferrari technician. All the belts, gaskets, hoses, have been replaced and all brand new fluids. On top of that a brand new clutch along with, a brand brand new throttle baring. The car has brand new tires along with a set of brand new wheels. I also have the original tires and wheels. That is up to the buyer whether he or she would like the new ones or pervious ones. The car has also been certified CLASSICHE CERTIFUCAZIONE through Official Ferrari. I am now just waiting on the book from Marenello that is also included in the deal. I was one of the first ones to actually certify a F512 M. This 512 M is 100% original nothing has been replaced or changed except for the new wheels. I have the signal lights in both white and yellow. Currently the car's setting on on white. I have the complete tool kit and books along with a cover for the car, steering wheel, and seats. As you guys may know the cars value is increasing by a lot and many people trying to buy for the their collection. Everything from up
keep to retaining the cars original look is done. This car was kept
in a show room for the duration of my ownership, mainly used for
weekend trips to car shows and charity events. This is not only a
collectors item but, for Ferrari owners who truly know the beauty and
power of the 512 M. $25,000 has been spent over all on the car to retain and keep the cars condition at its best. have the rights to cancel at any time. Please only bid if your are sure about it. As you can see I have 100% feedback so I myself am a serious seller. I have been with ebay since 2003. Serious buyers only and if you have any questions
regarding the car feel free to contact me through email or phone
or (949) 209-7897 Mike
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Tue, 18 Nov 2014 10:17:00 EST
Ferrari North America has been sailing without a captain for the past several months since its previous chief executive, Marco Mattiacci, was called home to Italy to run the Scuderia. But now the Italian automaker has announced a new capo to run the office in New Jersey, and his name is Edwin Fenech.
Sun, 14 Sep 2014 14:01:00 EST
Not to be confused with the French-Italian actress Edwige Fenech (who obviously showed up in our research before the Ferrari exec did), Edwin Fenech has a long history of running regional offices for the Prancing Horse marque. Prior to making the jump to the North American division, Fenech ran the company's operations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and China, and previously served as sales and marketing director for France and sales manager for all of Europe.
Now in charge of Ferrari's largest market, Fenech will be responsible for expanding the company's presence not only in the United States - in which Ferrari has been present now for sixty years - but also in Canada as well as Central and South America.
The head of any company has to juggle the relationship between supply and demand. Of course, that applies to automakers too, even ones as high-end as Ferrari. And as with many other decisions, the way Ferrari has addressed supply and demand has come down principally to the principal.
Thu, 03 Apr 2014 09:43:00 EST
Enzo Ferrari may have only wanted to sell as many vehicles as he needed in order to fund his company's racing department, but with the F40 - the last model made under his watch - Ferrari ended up increasing supply to meet growing demand. However, after Luca di Montezemolo took over in the wake of Enzo's passing, he started constricting supply. He figured Ferrari could sell 400 units of the F50, for example, so he built 399. More recently, Montezemolo undertook a course of action that spread Ferrari into more markets, while simultaneously constricting supply to increase demand and thereby profitability.
It's been a winning formula for Ferrari. Just days ago, the company announced record earnings up by 14.5 percent in the first half of 2014 over the same period last year, which itself had seen a 7.1-percent increase over the year before. Clearly the strategy has worked, but Montezemolo's successor is already eying a different approach.
It may not seem so long ago that Ferrari introduced the 458 Italia. But it's been on the market a solid 5 years since its launch in 2009, which makes it not only the oldest model in the company's lineup, but one of the oldest in its segment, the Lamborghini Huracan and McLaren 650S just having been launched in the past couple of months. So while a solitary Ferrari playing in the snow might otherwise seem like little more than an unlikely place for it to be, its chronology suggests the crew from Maranello could be up to something more.
The white 458 captured by our spy photographers in Northern Sweden appears to have something going on around its wheel arches. Aside from the panel gap that's taped up between the quarter panel and rear fender in front of the rear wheel arch, there appear to be some modifications around the front wheel arch. Just what they're for, we don't know, but their presence suggests something's up.
The test mule pictured here could be simply testing some new components, for whatever application, but if this is indeed a prototype for the 458's replacement, we'll probably start seeing more of these from here on in before the finished product comes around within the next couple of years - by which time the 458 will be a good seven years old, longer than the F430 or 360 Modena before it were on the market.