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Offline dodger

  • Tommy Gunna

  • Joined: Dec 2009

  • Location: Melbourne
You can tell when a car has been looked after.


Last Modified Date    14/10/2010
Vehicle    1995 FERRARI 456 GT
Price    $117,500*
Kilometres    36,000
Interior Colour    bone
Colour    red
Transmission    6 speed Manual
Body    2 door 2 seat COUPE
Drive Type    Rear
Engine    12 cylinder Unleaded Multi-point injected 5.5L (5474cc)
Reg Plate    456 000
Reg Expiry    OCT-2011
Road Worthy Certificate    Yes
Vehicle ID    9281501

Brief Comments    Absolutely mint example of this manual 456 V12 Ferrari, full history with books

This very low klm 456 Ferrari is an Australian delivered Maranello Concessenaries car via Scuderia Veloce Motors. Only two previous owners have taken care of this pampered beauty, the first of whom was Ron Walker per the original service books which show that this Ferrari has had the best of care from Ferrari specialists from new. The current mature owner bought this 456 in 2004 showing 28,000 klms and has used it sparingly for the past 6 years adding an additional 8,000 Klms. Aways garaged with fitted Ferrari cover which is included at the listed sale price. This V12 manual Ferrari is most likely the best value Ferrari on the market today. Having travelled a total of only 36,000 klms from brand new this Ferrari would be suited to the new car buyer who will make substantial savings from its original purchase price of $486,000. Please note this is a 2 + 2 seater. Serious buyers will not be disapointed.

Seller Details
Contact Name    Mark
Location    VIC
PostCode    3126

Offline hydie

  • Joined: May 2009

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That interior is just wow clean for 36k kms.  :eek:

Offline allanuber

  • Joined: Aug 2007

  • Location: Sydney
  • Name: Al

Price is sensible too. I've got an auto version of these cars and they're a lot of metal for around 100K.

Problem of course is the bits that seem to break on all of these. Radiator, engine mounts, rear spoiler, front seat motors, front window motors, window seals ...  that's my list so far and Ferrari would be very pleased to also replace the rear suspension at around 9K quoted.

Lovely cars, but heartbreaking for current owners unless you've got an additional 30-40K to stick into them to get them running right.
C'mon, do it!

Offline 360racer

  • Joined: Jul 2010

  • Drives: Yellow 360 spider
  • Location: Sydney
This car looks good. A pity that they have a bad track record of problems.

Offline Mr Enzo

  • Joined: Feb 2010

  • Location: Melbourne
This was a much pleasing car to look at then the hoffific 612
Batti il ferro quando caldo.
Strike when the iron is hot.

Offline allanuber

  • Joined: Aug 2007

  • Location: Sydney
  • Name: Al
612 in person is actually really imposing. Drove a titanium/red one last week and was impressed enough that I'd consider getting it. From the driver's seat it'd blow the 360 into the weeds, which surprised me.
C'mon, do it!

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