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1995 Ferrari F512m on 2040-cars

US $375,000.00
Year:1995 Mileage:16674

Miami, Florida, United States

Miami, Florida, United States
Vehicle Title:Clear

Certified pre-owned

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: ZFFVG40AXS0100662
Year: 1995
Make: Ferrari
Drive Type: GAS
Model: Testarossa
Mileage: 16,674
Trim: RED with black interior


       After much debate and consideration I have decided to put up  for sale my 1995 Ferrari 512M.  I have owned this car  for several years and I am only its 3rd owner  since new. 

After owning  Testarrosas and 512 TR’s.  I can from firsthand experience  tell you it is by leaps and bounds the Quintessential TR.   Lowered weight, improved aerodynamics, increased horse  power, lightened engine internals (Titanium connecting  rods), smoother transmission and clutch action, much more  efficient A/C system.  Improvements over its predecessors  add up to one of the most gratifying driving experiences of  any sports car at any price.

Realizing its  rarity and in an effort to answer any questions pertaining   to the cars condition,  I had its Classiche Certification  completed this month at Ferrari of Ft. Lauderdale and all of  its services are up to date.  Also of note pertaining to the  cars condition is that the car after being driven, not  trailered to the Cavallino Classic  won 2nd place  in its class, only missing  first place because the tool kit  was not taken to the event. 

Ferrari  Classiche Certified, most desirable color combination,  always stored in a dehumidified garage, never driven in the  rain.  All books, extra keys, all tools and original car  cover included. 

The last and  best of the Formula 1 derived Ferrari flat 12’s.  Number 24  of only 75 and undoubtedly, one of the very finest examples  anywhere.

Serious  inquiries please Contact
Mr.  Henry Fernandez
Tel:  (786)326-2803


DELIVERY, SHIPPING  & PAYMENT: Please contact Mr.  Henry Fernandez for details.











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