11k-Mile 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello 6-Speed
27TH APR 2020
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$95,000 • € 87,463
Chassis #: ZFFBV55AX20128467
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Chassis: ZFFBV55AX20128467. 11k Indicated Miles. 5.75-Liter DOHC V12. Six-Speed Manual Transaxle. Titanium Grey over Beige. Fender Shields. Daytona-Style Seats. Multi-Piece 20" Wheels. Aftermarket Exhaust. Coilover Shocks. Yellow Calipers. 2017 Engine Speed Sensors. Carfax Report. Private Party or Dealer: Private Party
This 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello is one of just 246 examples produced with a six-speed manual gearbox and was originally owned in Utah. Finished in over beige leather, the car is powered by a 5.7L quad-cam V12 and equipped with Daytona-style seats, 20″ multi-piece wheels, and an aftermarket exhaust. The seller states that the vehicle was stolen and recovered in 2004, and that he acquired it later that year using his dealer’s license. He transferred ownership to himself in 2014 and has kept the car in a storage facility for the last five years. New engine speed sensors were installed in 2017, and the odometer now show just 11k miles. This Ferrari 575 is offered with a Carfax report and a Florida salvage title in the seller’s name. The 575M was introduced in 2002 as the successor to the 550 Maranello, featuring revised styling, larger brakes, improved weight distribution, and a top speed of over 200 mph. This example is finished in (Titanium Grey) and features Scuderia Ferrari shields on its front fenders. The seller states that the front of the car was damaged during the 2004 theft, and that the front bumper and right-front fender were subsequently repaired. The vehicle was in another collision in 2011 that resulted in replacement of the front bumper. Photos in the gallery show exterior blemishes, including a crack in the passenger-side mirror cover and yellowing in the clear wrap protection aft of the wheels. Aftermarket 20″ multi-piece wheels are mounted with 255/35 front and 345/25 rear Pirelli P Zero tires, showing 2012 and 2015 dates codes respectively. Yellow brake calipers, cross-drilled brake rotors, and adjustable coilover shocks are fitted all around. A walk-around video is attached above. The cabin is upholstered in beige leather with black trim and carpets. Daytona-style seats feature prancing horses in the headrests, and leather upholstery extends to the center console around the gated shifter. The seller refinished the switch panel between the sun visors in April of 2020. Instrumentation includes a centrally-located 10k-rpm tachometer, flanked to its right by a 220-mph speedometer. The digital odometer shows approximately 11,200 miles, about 7k of which have been added by the seller. An Alpine CD player has been installed and is connected to replacement speakers. The 5.75-liter V12 features dry-sump lubrication and was rated for 508 horsepower at 7,250 rpm and 434 lb-ft of torque at 5,250 rpm from the factory. An X-Ost Maranello aftermarket exhaust system was installed in 2004. Both engine speed sensors were replaced by Ansa Motorsports in 2017. An engine-start video Power is sent to the rear wheels via a rear-mounted six-speed manual transaxle. Additional photos of the underside can be seen in the gallery below. The Carfax report shows history in Utah and Florida, where a salvage title was issued in 2014. A brief in-car driving video can be viewed below.
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