SOLD!! 2005 Ferrari Superamerica

SOLD!!

 

2005 Ferrari Superamerica, Corsa red, Tan leather hard top convertible. 2 owner – 575 SuperAmerica- VIN:ZFFGT61A950142601

odometer reading 1492 miles, all records,Nav CD, all books and 2 sets of keys plus red key fob. All original dealer paperwork from MMC including 2 years of  service (MMC 2013) along with 2 year service at NWCCC. Clean Carfax report (in trunk of car)

Many extras includes the aforementioned top system, F1 paddle-shift /6 speed transmission, power Daytona seats with embossed Prancing Horse headrests, Scuderia Ferrari fender shields, original window sticker, 3 piece fitted luggage set and Ferrari Car Cover, and a six-CD changer with the “high power hi fi.”

At the time of availability, this model was touted as the world’s fastest convertible at a 199-mph top speed. Only 559 examples would be offered; this represents one of only 170 cars for the U.S. market.

Powered by a 5,748-cc, 540-hp V-12 engine that has the style, sound and presence Ferrari is renowned for; it is also equipped with the Fiorano Handling Package which gives the car a slightly sportier and more aggressive steering calibration and suspension with revised springs, upgraded brake pads, a thicker rear roll bar, and red painted brake calipers, adding more performance to an already capable supercar.

The 575 Superamericas  hardtop (“Revocromico” rotating hardtop) was constructed using a carbon fiber frame that had been integrated with electrochromic glass, and it was the first of its kind ever fitted to a production car. When the top was closed, the opacity of the glass in the roof could be adjusted using a dial. The driver and passenger could experience the full brightness of a conventional sunroof at its lightest setting or one percent of available light at its darkest. in addition the Superamerica could be transformed into a convertible with an effortlesspress of a button. The roof rotats back to rest flush with the boot lid in just 10 seconds, leaving the rear window in place to function as a wind deflector.

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