1995 Ferrari F512M
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Silverstone Auctions - The Salon Privé Sale 2016
3rd Sep 2016
1995 Ferrari F512M
The F512M was the final version of the mighty Testarossa. Introduced in 1994 at the Paris Motor Show with the familiar 5 litre flat-12 longitudinally mounted mid-engine, it produced 446bhp resulting in a 0-60 time of just 4.7 seconds and a top speed of 196mph. Just 501 were ever produced of these distinctive cars which featured improvements to the exterior (front and rear lights, NACA ducts, bigger brakes etc.), the interior (chrome gear knob, drilled pedals and air con as standard) and the wheels which were now 18 inch diameter with 8 inch wide fronts and 10.5 inch wide rears.
This particular left-hand drive F512M was delivered new to its first owner in Germany, a Mr.Henke, on 22nd August 1995 by Ferrari Main Dealer Tamsen of Hamburg. Finished in Metallic Nero Daytona with a black leather interior, the service book is stamped as follows:
Thought to have resided in a car collection in Germany in the intervening years, the car was first registered in the UK in 2014. Upon its service at respected marque specialist Bob Houghton that year, the speedometer was changed for an mph unit, which now reads 358 miles, giving a total mileage for the car of 25,395 miles. The old kilometer unit is boxed and accompanies the sale of the car. Fuchs sports exhausts are fitted, giving the Ferrari flat 12-cylinder engine a superb noise when the accelerator is depressed!
Supplied with its toolkit and its original leather book pack with a full complement of manuals, this F512M has an MoT until 1st October 2016 and a UK V5c. Being one of only 501 F512Ms produced, these last of the line Testarossa models are highly collectable cars and we urge you to come and view this car in person as this example really does impress.
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