Tuesday, 06 June 2017 02:08

Ferrari GTS Turbo delivery milliage

The Ferrari GTS and GTB Turbo were launched in 1986 and were the final developments of the transverse V8 engine 2-seater Ferrari series. Essentially the GTS Turbo was, as the name implies, a turbocharged variant of the 328 GTS, but fitted with a 2 litre engine due to an Italian tax law that penalized engines larger than 2 litres. Like the 328 GTS, the GTS Turbo model presented a softening of the wedge profile of its predecessor, the 208 GTS Turbo, with a redesigned nose that had a more rounded profile, complemented by similar treatment to the tail valance panel. The body styling and cabin were the same as the 328 series and included all the latest aerodynamic and ergonomic improvements added by Pininfarina. It is interesting to note that this model offered performance comparable to the 328, which was powered by the naturally aspirated version of the 3.2-litre. 0-100 km/h took just 6.3 seconds and the top speed was 253 km/h.

From 1986 to 1989, a total of 828 GTS Turbos were manufactured by Ferrari. With the company once again turning its attention to turbocharged engines, these GTB and GTS Turbos can be seen as the forefathers of this most recent revolution. Having been made in such low numbers, they are eminently collectable cars today and would be appropriate additions to any collection.

Finished in Azzurro Blue with matching leather interior, this GTS Turbo was supplied new to Prince Jefri of the Brunei Royal Family. It remained in his large private collection until it was discovered by the current owner. After many years of professional storage and very limited use, the odometer is reading a mere 2,671 kilometers (1,659 miles).

NOW SOLD

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Wednesday, 29 March 2017 01:40

Ferrari 512 BBi 3000 Miles from new LHD


Introduced at the 1976 Paris Auto Show, the Ferrari 512 BB replaced the 365 GT4 and was a significant advancement over its predecessor. The 512 BB presented a stunning and elegant aerodynamic profile with a low nose and sculpted sides designed by Pininfarina’s Leonardo Fioravanti, with coachwork by Scaglietti. Its twin-cam engine was boosted from the 365’s 4.4 liters to a hearty 5 liters. The enhanced engine displacement was done to counter progressively stringent emissions requirements that threatened to compromise performance. The car managed the adjustment quite well and was celebrated for the speed its longitudinally mounted, horizontally opposed engine produced, as well as the signature Ferrari screams the engine and exhaust system poured out during acceleration. 

At the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1981, Enzo Ferrari unveiled the third version of his Boxer—the 512 BBi, with the “i” marking a major development: the implementation of Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection. The use of fuel injection did not diminish the 512’s power, but it did make it more available at lower rpms, along with increased torque. Rated at 340 brake horsepower, the BBi’s power was channeled through a five-speed manual rear transaxle; performance was managed by front and rear independent suspension with dual coil springs and anti-roll bars. The car sat solidly on a tubular semi-monocoque frame enveloped by a steel body. In terms of appearance, an intelligent leave-a-great-thing-alone approach caused minimal change in the 512 BBi from its predecessor. There were new rear fog lamps, new running lights in the grille, and a shift to metric-sized Cromodora alloy wheels and tires. The car’s interior was generously appointed. And while the car was built for performance, passenger well-being was still a high priority. Air conditioning and power windows were standard, as were three-point inertia-operated seat belts. Leather seating and thick carpeting provided the cabin with a luxurious feel. The car we are offering is a rare car which started its life as a European car and left Europe when new in order to become part of the famous Black Hawck museum collection. It came back to Europe only in 2012 and was registered in Germany. It had a full service including belts etc and still remains its ultra low mileage. It comes with all its books, tools, manuals and history and we strongly believe that this is one of the very best Ferrari 512 BBi you can find in the world.

Now on German registration.

Price: P.O.A 

 

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Saturday, 11 March 2017 16:14

Ferrari 365 Barchetta Daddario

1976 Ferrari 365 Daddario Barchetta 

chassis 19235

 

The car was purchased in 1976 by Mrs. Nadia Proietti. Later, in 1979, Mr. Ercole Torrenti, an entrepreneur film in Rome, becomes the new owner of the Ferrari 365 GT4 2 + 2 and will take the property until 1989.

 

In the early 80s the car decided to turn and ricarrozzare his Ferrari 365  with the intent to make it a unique and special. Entrusted the work to the coachbuilder FratelliDaddario (Daddario Brothers) in Turin, a small body shop (part of the register of manufacturerswho allegedly made sport prototypes and, above allwas to supportthe other largest and most famous coachbuilders in Turin as BoanoPinninfarina, Vignale and Moretti. In Turin, in fact, in the years 70/80 there were about 20 artisansand ingenious creators of cars and prototypes that have marked the history of the car.

Torrenti commissioned at Daddario the creation of this special car, with the intent to be inspired by the most famous Ferrari racing 50s. The car was then completelydisassembled and ricondizionanta, up to the visible result today: a Ferrari Barchetta with 12-cylinder enginealuminum body, tubular frame with a shorter wheelbase, 2 seatsThis transformation consisted in about 6000 hours of work.

 

The car is accompanied by a declaration written by Daddario in 1989, when Torrenti sold the car. In this declaration Daddario writes:

"The undersigned Oreste Daddario already co-owner of the homonymous body, declare that I have made on behalf of Mr Ercole Torrenti of Rome in the early 80s a prototype sports car with an aluminum body, tubular frame with a shorter wheelbasetwo-seater sit with the car fornitami Ferrari 365 chassis 19235. the car wascompletely dismantled and reconditioned maintaining all original mechanics."

 

Price: P.O.A

 

 

 

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Saturday, 21 January 2017 12:44

Ferrari Mondial T 1993 3000km

Ferrari Mondial T 1993 3.000km from new

We are pleased to offer this  300 bhp, 3,404 cc double overhead-camshaft V-8 engine, five-speed rear transaxle with a Valeo electro-mechanical actuator, four-wheel independent suspension with coil springs and anti-roll bars, and four-wheel antilock disc brakes. Wheelbase: 2,650 mm
 

Ferrari’s Mondial, which was introduced in 1980, had always been a car for those who had to have it all. It was uncompromising in the respect that it coupled a mid-engine V-8 with space for four passengers, and it was versatile enough to be driven in anger on a race track or lovingly to and from the office on a daily basis. The Mondial saw several updates throughout its production run, with the final and most desirable variant being the Mondial T. The “T” in its name represents its transverse gearbox and longitudinal engine layout, which was a change that allowed the drivetrain to be lowered by 13 centimetres, bringing about much-improved road-holding and -handling.

Of course, this would not be the only change to the Mondial, and Ferrari’s engineers had much more up their sleeves. Its engine capacity was increased to 3.4 litres, which raised horsepower to 300. Power steering was installed for easier drivability, along with electronically controlled shock absorbers, and ABS was installed for additional peace of mind. From 1989 to 1993, just 858 examples of the Mondial T Coupé were produced, making it rarer than the Mondial T Cabriolet.

Ferrari also produced a handful of Mondials in collaboration with the French automotive company Valeo, and these featured a unique transmission system. The Valeo cars still utilised a five-speed transaxle, but they were fitted with no clutch pedal, as the clutch was operated by an electro-mechanical actuator. This system was capable of engaging and disengaging the clutch in 0.02 seconds, and it was originally developed for use by Lancia’s rally team in the Delta Integrale, allowing their drivers to use one foot for the gas and one foot for the brake at all times. All the driver needed to do was simply lift off the gas, downshift or upshift as needed, and get back on the gas. This unique system is said to be extremely reliable, and it was produced for both Mondial coupés and cabriolets. Valeo also produced a similar gearbox for a one-off F40 for Gianni Agnelli.

It would not be a stretch to describe chassis number 96102, the 1993 Mondial T Coupé Valeo presented here, as showroom fresh. It is finished in the ever desirable colour scheme of Rosso Corsa over a beige leather interior, and it was delivered new to its current Swiss owner through Garage Foitek in Zürich on 10 August 1993, according to its factory warranty card. Its odometer currently shows 3,037 kilometres, which is incredibly low mileage for a car of its type. The exterior shows wonderfully, and the leather interior shows virtually no signs of use. The car is accompanied by all of its requisite books and a complete factory tool kit, which is missing none of its tools or fuses.

Since the model was first introduced over 30 years ago, the Mondial has always had a fervent following from enthusiasts looking for a mid-engine sports car that the whole family can enjoy. As the Mondial T is the last in the series and has benefitted from numerous lessons learned over 13 years of continuous production, it has always been considered the best variant of the model. Coupés featuring single ownership and low mileage are nearly impossible to find in today’s market, and a pristine example such as the one on offer is an opportunity not to be missed. 
Price: P.O.A

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Saturday, 21 January 2017 12:44

Ferrari Mondial T 1993 3000km

Ferrari Mondial T 1993 3.000km from new

We are pleased to offer this  300 bhp, 3,404 cc double overhead-camshaft V-8 engine, five-speed rear transaxle with a Valeo electro-mechanical actuator, four-wheel independent suspension with coil springs and anti-roll bars, and four-wheel antilock disc brakes. Wheelbase: 2,650 mm
 

Ferrari’s Mondial, which was introduced in 1980, had always been a car for those who had to have it all. It was uncompromising in the respect that it coupled a mid-engine V-8 with space for four passengers, and it was versatile enough to be driven in anger on a race track or lovingly to and from the office on a daily basis. The Mondial saw several updates throughout its production run, with the final and most desirable variant being the Mondial T. The “T” in its name represents its transverse gearbox and longitudinal engine layout, which was a change that allowed the drivetrain to be lowered by 13 centimetres, bringing about much-improved road-holding and -handling.

Of course, this would not be the only change to the Mondial, and Ferrari’s engineers had much more up their sleeves. Its engine capacity was increased to 3.4 litres, which raised horsepower to 300. Power steering was installed for easier drivability, along with electronically controlled shock absorbers, and ABS was installed for additional peace of mind. From 1989 to 1993, just 858 examples of the Mondial T Coupé were produced, making it rarer than the Mondial T Cabriolet.

Ferrari also produced a handful of Mondials in collaboration with the French automotive company Valeo, and these featured a unique transmission system. The Valeo cars still utilised a five-speed transaxle, but they were fitted with no clutch pedal, as the clutch was operated by an electro-mechanical actuator. This system was capable of engaging and disengaging the clutch in 0.02 seconds, and it was originally developed for use by Lancia’s rally team in the Delta Integrale, allowing their drivers to use one foot for the gas and one foot for the brake at all times. All the driver needed to do was simply lift off the gas, downshift or upshift as needed, and get back on the gas. This unique system is said to be extremely reliable, and it was produced for both Mondial coupés and cabriolets. Valeo also produced a similar gearbox for a one-off F40 for Gianni Agnelli.

It would not be a stretch to describe chassis number 96102, the 1993 Mondial T Coupé Valeo presented here, as showroom fresh. It is finished in the ever desirable colour scheme of Rosso Corsa over a beige leather interior, and it was delivered new to its current Swiss owner through Garage Foitek in Zürich on 10 August 1993, according to its factory warranty card. Its odometer currently shows 3,037 kilometres, which is incredibly low mileage for a car of its type. The exterior shows wonderfully, and the leather interior shows virtually no signs of use. The car is accompanied by all of its requisite books and a complete factory tool kit, which is missing none of its tools or fuses.

Since the model was first introduced over 30 years ago, the Mondial has always had a fervent following from enthusiasts looking for a mid-engine sports car that the whole family can enjoy. As the Mondial T is the last in the series and has benefitted from numerous lessons learned over 13 years of continuous production, it has always been considered the best variant of the model. Coupés featuring single ownership and low mileage are nearly impossible to find in today’s market, and a pristine example such as the one on offer is an opportunity not to be missed. 
Price: P.O.A

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Saturday, 21 January 2017 12:44

Ferrari Mondial T 1993 3000km

Ferrari Mondial T 1993 3.000km from new

We are pleased to offer this  300 bhp, 3,404 cc double overhead-camshaft V-8 engine, five-speed rear transaxle with a Valeo electro-mechanical actuator, four-wheel independent suspension with coil springs and anti-roll bars, and four-wheel antilock disc brakes. Wheelbase: 2,650 mm
 

Ferrari’s Mondial, which was introduced in 1980, had always been a car for those who had to have it all. It was uncompromising in the respect that it coupled a mid-engine V-8 with space for four passengers, and it was versatile enough to be driven in anger on a race track or lovingly to and from the office on a daily basis. The Mondial saw several updates throughout its production run, with the final and most desirable variant being the Mondial T. The “T” in its name represents its transverse gearbox and longitudinal engine layout, which was a change that allowed the drivetrain to be lowered by 13 centimetres, bringing about much-improved road-holding and -handling.

Of course, this would not be the only change to the Mondial, and Ferrari’s engineers had much more up their sleeves. Its engine capacity was increased to 3.4 litres, which raised horsepower to 300. Power steering was installed for easier drivability, along with electronically controlled shock absorbers, and ABS was installed for additional peace of mind. From 1989 to 1993, just 858 examples of the Mondial T Coupé were produced, making it rarer than the Mondial T Cabriolet.

Ferrari also produced a handful of Mondials in collaboration with the French automotive company Valeo, and these featured a unique transmission system. The Valeo cars still utilised a five-speed transaxle, but they were fitted with no clutch pedal, as the clutch was operated by an electro-mechanical actuator. This system was capable of engaging and disengaging the clutch in 0.02 seconds, and it was originally developed for use by Lancia’s rally team in the Delta Integrale, allowing their drivers to use one foot for the gas and one foot for the brake at all times. All the driver needed to do was simply lift off the gas, downshift or upshift as needed, and get back on the gas. This unique system is said to be extremely reliable, and it was produced for both Mondial coupés and cabriolets. Valeo also produced a similar gearbox for a one-off F40 for Gianni Agnelli.

It would not be a stretch to describe chassis number 96102, the 1993 Mondial T Coupé Valeo presented here, as showroom fresh. It is finished in the ever desirable colour scheme of Rosso Corsa over a beige leather interior, and it was delivered new to its current Swiss owner through Garage Foitek in Zürich on 10 August 1993, according to its factory warranty card. Its odometer currently shows 3,037 kilometres, which is incredibly low mileage for a car of its type. The exterior shows wonderfully, and the leather interior shows virtually no signs of use. The car is accompanied by all of its requisite books and a complete factory tool kit, which is missing none of its tools or fuses.

Since the model was first introduced over 30 years ago, the Mondial has always had a fervent following from enthusiasts looking for a mid-engine sports car that the whole family can enjoy. As the Mondial T is the last in the series and has benefitted from numerous lessons learned over 13 years of continuous production, it has always been considered the best variant of the model. Coupés featuring single ownership and low mileage are nearly impossible to find in today’s market, and a pristine example such as the one on offer is an opportunity not to be missed. 
Price: P.O.A

Published in Sales
Tuesday, 08 November 2016 00:00

Ferrari 512 BB Carburator 1981 25.000km

We are pleased to offer this wonderful low mileage original Ferrari 512BB.

Born in Maranello Italy in 1981 this Berlinetta Baxter has just been driven for only 25.000km since new. It comes with service history and had been owned from collectors since new. A beautiful carburator car finished in red and combined with beige leather interior this BB is without any dough one of the best you can find out there.

Please contact us for information and more images 

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Thursday, 27 October 2016 00:00

Ferrari F355 GTS Manual 1998

We are pleased to offer a lovely Ferrari F355 GTS Manual. This accident free European Ferrari has been well maintained with full service history and a recent cambelt replacement. Finished in Rosso Corsa (Ferrari Red) and combined with black leather interior the car comes with a black vynil roof and a black rear (challenge) grill (the original one is also available.

EU registered and ready to go.

Price: 83.000eur

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Friday, 21 October 2016 00:00

Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 1965

We are pleased to offer a wonderful gentleman's driver Ferrari 330 GT 2+2. Fitter with a Colombo V12 engine the Ferrari 330 GT comes directly from the great era of the 1960's. Designed by pininfarina the 330 was the continuation of the 250 GTE which saw success as a powerful Grand Tourer. The car on offer was built in 1965 and is a single headlight series II car. Finished in red with original beige leather interior which is holding a lovely patina this matching numbers car is in lovely condition throughout and would be the correct candidate for someone who would wish to purchase the most reasonable car today in the market.
Priced only at 272.000euros it is hardly impossible to find another one.
Please contact us for more information at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
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Monday, 21 December 2015 00:00

Ferrari 512M 1996 SOLD

Ferraris flagship model, the Testarossa supercar revived a famous name from the Italian company's past when it arrived in 1984. A next generation Berlinetta Boxer, the Testarossa retained its predecessors amidships-mounted, 5.0-litre, flat-12 engine; the latter now boasting a maximum power output raised to 380bhp at 6,300rpm courtesy of four-valve cylinder heads. Despite the power increase, smoothness and driveability were enhanced, the car possessing excellent top gear flexibility allied to a maximum speed of 180mph. 
Rivalling Lamborghinis Countach for presence, the Pininfarina-designed Testarossa succeeded brilliantly, the gill slats feeding air to its side-mounted radiators being one of the modern eras most instantly recognisable and copied - styling devices. A larger car than the 512BB - the increase in width being necessary to accommodate wider tyres - the Testarossa managed the trick of combining high downforce with a low coefficient of drag, its graceful body being notable for the absence of extraneous spoilers and other such devices. 
Despite the increase in size over the 512BB, the Testarossa was lighter than its predecessor, the body - its steel doors and roof exempt - being, somewhat unusually for a production Ferrari, of aluminium. Luxury touches in the well-equipped cabin included air conditioning, electrically adjustable seats, tilting steering wheel and plentiful leather. 
Unlike some of its rivals, the Testarossa possessed light controls and was relatively easy to drive, factors which, allied to its outstanding performance and stunning looks, contributed to an instant and sustained high level of demand. In 1992 the original Testarossa was succeeded by the updated 512TR version, which came with 428bhp on tap, while ABS brakes were added to the package before the 512TR was replaced by the legendary 512M for 1995. 
Produced for a limited run of 500, this stunning M version was supplied by Autohaus Wendelstein, Bavaria, Germany in 1996, having rolled off the Marinello production line in September 1995 in Rosso with Nero hide and carpets. 
Just one year on (1997) the car was exported to Japan. Here the car received its first years' service at 2,200 km. The car formed part of a Japanese collection, with stamps in the Service booklet verifying its maintenance during its residence there with the last stamp in Japan at 24,900 km.
Earlier this year, chassis 104668 returned to the UK. A recent service has just been undertaken by renowned Berkshire specialist QV at 24,900 km. A full check over document was also completed by them which will be available in the cars file. 
Finished in its original colour combination, and being one of just 500 ever built this wonderful, incredibly rare and good looking 512M with such low mileage should be at the top of any collectors list. Rarely do these cars exchange hands on the open market.

Now UK registered with 12 Months MOT.

Price: SOLD

 

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