In November 1971, Ferrari unveiled at the International Exhibition in Turin a Pininfarina prototype called the Ferrari BB Berlinetta Boxer. The style reflected the design of the Dino 246 GT with fewer curves. The engine was very similar to that of the famous 312B and 312P, with a displacement of 4.4 liters, the same as the Daytona’s. Two years later, a production Boxer was introduced at the Paris Salon of 1973.
The car on offer is being sold by its second owner. The black leather interior was restored by Luppi in Italy. It is equipped with a period Voxson radio and cassette and its original leather pouch containing the warranty booklet, the owner’s manual and assistance card. This is a very nice example in a most elegant color combination.