1992 Ferrari 512 TR
20TH AUG 2019
FOR THIS SALE
BRING A TRAILER
FOR THIS SALE
$146,000 • € 131,225
Chassis #: ZFFLG40A2N0092147
Bring A Trailer • 2019
Chassis: ZFFLG40A2N0092147. 9,900 Miles Shown. 4.9-Liter Flat-12. 5-Speed Manual Transaxle. One of 408 North American 512 TRs. Rosso Corsa over Tan Leather. Tubi Exhaust. Timing Belts Replaced in 2006 @ 8k Miles. Factory Tools & Luggage. Service Records Since 2006. Accident-Free Carfax Report. Private Party or Dealer: Dealer. Additional Charges From This Dealer: USD $0
This 1992 Ferrari 512 TR is one of just 408 examples delivered to North America and is finished in over tan. The car was sold new in October of 1993 through F.A.F. Motorcars of Tucker, Georgia and was reportedly purchased by the second owner in December 1997. It was imported into Canada in 2008 and was acquired in April of that year by the current owner, who has since added about 700 of the 9,900 indicated miles. Power comes from a 4.9-liter flat-12 fitted with a Tubi exhaust and paired with a five-speed manual transaxle. This Ferrari is now offered on dealer consignment in Montreal with an accident-free Carfax report, service records since 2006, factory luggage and tools, and Quebec registration. The 512 TR replaced the Testarossa in 1992 and received a number of mechanical updates, though much of Pininfarina’s original body design was retained, including the signature side strakes. The front and rear bumpers were restyled, as was the engine cover. Per the seller, 3M clear paint protection film covers the front bumper, fenders, and hood on this example, which is finished in . The recent Carfax report shows no history of accidents or other damage. Factory 18″ five-spoke wheels are mounted with a set of older Pirelli P Zero tires, which should be replaced due to age according to the seller. The 512 TR received an uprated braking system compared to the Testarossa, including larger cross-drilled front rotors. Each wheel is pictured individually in the gallery below. Tan leather covers the interior, with black carpeting and a black upper dashboard providing contrast. A set of embroidered floor mats line the footwells. Equipment includes a leather three-spoke steering wheel, power windows and locks, drilled metal pedals, and auxiliary gauges forward of the gated shifter as highlighted in the gallery. Main instrumentation includes a 200-mph speedometer, 10k-rpm tachometer, and oil/coolant temperature gauges. Under 9,900 miles are indicated on the six-digit odometer. The 4.9-liter DOHC flat-12 received several updates in the 512 TR, including Nikasil cylinder liners, a revised intake system, Bosch engine management, and enlarged intake valves. Output was 428 horsepower at 6,750 rpm and 362 lb-ft of torque at 5,500 rpm when new. A Tubi exhaust system was installed at a cost of over $4k during the June 2006 service described below. In June 2006 at 8,133 miles, Ferrari of Scottsdale completed a $13,400 engine service that included new timing belts, seals, gaskets, V-belts, filters, and more. The entire five-page invoice is pictured in the gallery along with additional maintenance records. The most recent engine oil/filter change was performed in May 2019. Additional pictures from underneath this Ferrari can be viewed in the gallery. A factory tool kit and luggage case accompany the sale. The Carfax report dates back to February 1994 when the car had 236 miles. Events are listed in Texas, Colorado, Arizona, and Florida before the car was brought to Quebec in 2008. A mileage inconsistency is noted in 2008 as part of the first odometer update from Canada, and an additional inconsistency appears on the Carfax in September 2016.
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