The 550 Maranello marked Ferrari's return to a front-engine, rear-wheel drive layout for its 2-seater 12-cylinder model, 23 years after the 365 GTB/4 Daytona. When realised the car commended great reviews with the likes of Nikki Lauda saying “You can forget the 512. No comparison. This is the first modern Ferrari, and the first I would really want to own.”
Presented in Tour de France Blu with beige hide, Daytona seats, rear quilted parcel shelf, blue carpets and red calipers. This car in in fantastic condition, in what is widely considered the most desirable colour combination. Delivered in 2000 through Stratstone of Wilmslow, this low milage example has had three owners from new with a full and documented service history.
08/01/2001 Service 3660
13/01/2003 Service 9429
20/01/2004 Service 10,378
20/01/2005 Service 11,719
12/02/2007 Service & Cambelt change 13,158
24/09/2009 Service 13,246
11/03/2011 Service and total audit 13,782
20/07/2012 Service & Cambelt 14,788
28/02/2014 Service 19,600
18/03/2015 Service & Cambelt 21,062
29/03/2016 Service 21,411
10/03/2017 Service 21,062
27/03/2018 Service & Cambelt 22,150
13/03/2019 Service 22,323
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The beige interior is in super condition, with the aluminium open gate gear box bringing back memories of previous Ferrari models.
The two lights at the back remind us of the Ferrari 275 GTB,w hi9ch this model share so many features with.
The car was options with added extras such a the quilted rear parcel shelf and red brake calipers.
One of only 600 T6 cabriolets built in 1961 for the '62 model year. The last owner is a well-known Californian Porsche enthusiast with a large collection, including many 4-cam models, and a museum of rare automobilia.
"The best all round sports and GT car we have ever tested", Road and Track Magazine. The new boxer was released at the 1971 Turin Auto Show, where Ferrari introduced a stunning new mid-engine road car to compete head-on with the Lamborghini Miura and the Maserati Bora.