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When the traditional front-engined 365 GTB/4 Daytona had been replaced by the Mid Engined Flat 12 Berlinetta Boxer in 1973, the front engined V12 GT was put to rest and the mid engined configuration remained through Testarossa, 512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.
Supplied new by JCT600 Ferrari, Leeds on 18th March 2000 with the following Specification:
Blu Tour De France
Blu Scuro piping
Beige dashboard, A pillars and roof lining
Presented in a classic colour combination, this regularly exercised 550 is in fantastic overall condition.
Complete with it's original wallet, handbooks and service book, along with a raft of paperwork including previous invoices and MOT certificates.
Spare keys and full original toolkit are also present.
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.
Following our workshop inspection, the following items have been attended to in preparation for sale:
Brake disc's skimmed and new front & rear brake pads fitted.
Passenger side window regulator replaced.
Both headlight seals replaced.
Near side front track rod end replaced
Finally, as always, a 2 day detail of the complete vehicle ensures every part of the car is attended to in preparation for sale to the new owner