Ferrari 550 Maranello (1999) / £225,000 / Under Offer

Specification

Mileage
4,054 miles
Year
1999 / T
Exterior Colour
Rosso Corsa
Interior Colour
Crema Leather
Transmission
Manual

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Description

When the traditional front-engined 365 GTB/4 Daytona had been replaced by the Mid Engined Flat 12 Berlinetta Boxer in 1973, the front engined V12 GT was put to rest and the mid engined configuration remained through Testarossa, 512 TR and F512 M until 1996 when the F512 M's replacement was once again developed as a traditional front-engined V12 grand tourer.

After a 30 months of development, the Ferrari 550 Maranello was first presented in July 1996, The model name referred to the 5.5-litres total engine displacement and to the town of Maranello, home to the Ferrari headquarters and factory.

Pininfarina executed both the exterior and interior design. The, frame and main engine components were shared with the Ferrari 456, although at 2,500 mm (98.4 in) the 550's wheelbase was 100 mm (3.9 in) shorter.

In total 3,083 units of the 550 Maranello were produced worldwide, all with a manual gearbox. In recent times the 550 Maranello has become very collectible, even though the UK received some 457 Right Hand Drive units, they're demand is ever increasing and prices continue to rise - especially for low mileage cars, given that the 550 was such a good grand tourer, many of them have clocked up substantial mileages in the intervening 19 years since its launch.

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Background to this Vehicle

Supplied new by Evans Halshaw Ferrari, Birmingham on 1st March 1999 with the following Specification:

Rosso Corsa

Crema Leather

Bordeaux Carpets

Bordeaux Stitching 

A full set of new & unused 550 Luggage is also present and included

This very special 550 has had one private owner from new

It's condition is not only commensurate with its mileage, but the car has been fantastically stored in an evidently perfect environment as there is absolutely no tarnish on any of the metal components in the engine bay or underneath the car, it really is as close to a new 550 Maranello as it would be possible to get

The paintwork is all original of course and the interior virtually perfect and unworn 

Service History

Complete with its original wallet, book pack, service book and tools along with both sets of keys.

The history file also contains the original invoice, previous MOT's, service invoices and Tracking System paperwork since new

Supplied by Evans Halshaw Birmingham
01 March, 1999
MOT
05 March, 2002
2,156 miles
Annual Service & Cambelts by Graypaul
28 February, 2003
2,383 miles
MOT
16 June, 2003
2,431 miles
MOT
16 June, 2004
2,751 miles
MOT
29 June, 2005
2,861 miles
Annual Service & Cambelts by Graypaul
09 March, 2006
2,871 miles
MOT
08 November, 2006
2,942 miles
MOT
14 February, 2008
3,023 miles
MOT
24 February, 2009
3,085 miles
MOT
02 March, 2010
3,113 miles
Annual Service & Cambelts by Graypaul
29 December, 2010
3,147 miles
MOT
04 May, 2011
3,184 miles
MOT
02 May, 2012
3,320 miles
MOT
03 September, 2013
3,585 miles
Annual Service & Cambelts by Graypaul
27 November, 2013
3,609 miles
MOT
03 March, 2015
3,864 miles
MOT
11 April, 2016
4,042 miles
6250 Service & Cambelts by Graypaul
20 July, 2016
4,054 miles
Graypaul Preparation
4,061 miles

Our Preparation

Our reputation is built on the quality of the cars we sell. Graypaul Classic Cars prides itself by providing the best possible cars in the best possible condition prepared to an exacting standard with a proven provenance.

On arrival with Graypaul Classic Cars, a full inspection was carried out by our workshop team and the following preparation completed in readiness for sale to the next owner:

Replace headlamp seals

Adjust inner door handle

6,250 mile service

Replace Cambelts

Re Gas Air Conditioning System

Finally, as always, a 2 day detail of the complete vehicle by Swissvax ensured every part of the car was attended to in preparation for sale to the new owner