- One of 929 produced
- Delivered new in Italy
- Circa 13,000 kilometers from new
- Ferrari Classiche certified
“The fact that the Boxer was down 4 mph on the Lamborghini Countach’s ‘fastest ever’ maximum speed was unimportant. The Ferrari 512 Boxer wins a more important award, as the best all-round sports and GT car we’ve tested. The Boxer has it all, the speed, the handling, the lovely shape, the well-done cockpit and, most important of all, a reputation for reliability.” Read More
- Desirable “non-cat” and “non-adjustable” model
- Three private owners and fewer than 20,000 kilometers (12,400 miles) from new
- Single private ownership for over 25 years
- Air conditioning, wind-up windows, Sabelt harnesses
- Ferrari Classiche certified
The ultimate Ferrari of the 1980s, the F40 was one of the company’s original true supercars. Pioneering the use of carbon fiber in a road car, it was designed with lightness and aerodynamics in mind, with no concessions made for luxury.
Most remarkable was the Read More
Over the past six decades, the 250 GT Tour de France has become one of the most sought after and collectible of the classic Ferraris. Marrying advanced engineering with magnificent aesthetics, the TdF achieved a fantastic racing record, paving the way for future competition berlinettas such as the 250 GT SWB, the 250 GTO, and the 275 GTB/C.
The Tour de France presented here is the fourth example of the 36 built in the single-louver style and one of even Read More
- 30,350 recorded miles and current ownership since 2004
- One of 88 RHD examples and one of just 50 early non-ABS cars
- Offered with book pack, service book and handbooks
Ferrari’s mid-engined, flat-12 Testarossa was unveiled to an expectant media at the Champs Elysees Lido nightclub on the eve of the 1984 Paris Salon. Although it was an evolution of the 512 BBi, it was of markedly different appearance — it was nearly six inches wider than its predecessor. Read More
The 1950s was the golden era of sports-car racing in the United States, and California was the epicenter. On any given weekend, hundreds of spectators would come out to watch sports cars go toe-to-toe on racetracks and airfields.
Dangerous, albeit thrilling at the same time, the grids were made up of a cast of extraordinary individuals and automobiles.
When considering the greater Ferrari 275 GTB hierarchy, it is clear that chassis 08311 is truly one of the most desirable produced. Boasting aluminum coachwork and six Weber carburetors, 08311 was only the second GTB to be fitted with a torque tube.
In 1980, the car returned to Italy, where it was subsequently purchased by Luigi Compiano of Treviso, Italy, and remained in his vast car collection for nearly four decades.
The current owner had the car restored cosmetically and Read More
The Ferrari 250 SWB Berlinetta was unveiled at the Paris Auto Show in October of 1959. Besides its stunning new design and upgraded engine specification, the car featured other competition-bred refinements, including a wheelbase that was about nine inches shorter for sharper handling and increased corner speed.
Four-wheel disc brakes — a first for a Ferrari road car — were fitted to the production cars. Extremely effective in competition, the SWB Berlinetta’s high-profile results included a win and sweep of Read More