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2005 Ferrari 575 SuperAmerica

2005 Ferrari 575 SuperAmerica

1 of 170 Sold In N. America - 5.7L V12 540hp (25 more than 575M) - 3,500 Miles

Vehicle Specifications
Stock No:
33022
Year:
2005
Make:
Ferrari
Model:
575 SuperAmerica
Engine No:
VIN:
ZFFGT61A950145711
Exterior Color:
Argento Nurburgring
Interior Color:
Cuoio
Mileage:
3,463
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Specifications and Features:

$320k+ MSRP

1 of only 559 produced for the world (1 of approximately 170 sent to North America). It also was ordered with the desirable Fiorano Handling Package which was a $3,600 option that included a more sporting re-tuned suspension and ECU.

This example was sold new by Miller Motor Cars in Greenwich, CT in February of 2006. Its owner then immediately transported it to his residence in The Bay Area of Northern California where it stayed with him until he sold it to its 2nd owner in August of 2013 when it had only 2,900 miles. Since then, it has been in sunny Southern California.

Year: 2005
Make: Ferrari
Model: Superamerica
Engine: 5.7L V12 48V Producing 540hp (up 25 from a standard 575M)
Drive Type: Rear Wheel Drive
Mileage: 3,460
Exterior Color: ARGENTO NURBURGRING
Interior Color: Cuoio
Body Type: Convertible
Fuel Type: Petrol
VIN: ZFFGT61A950145711

2005 Ferrari Superamerica:

Ferrari revealed the final version of the front-engine 575M in 2005, itself an extension of the 550 Maranello that debuted nine years earlier. Commemorating the manufacturer's 50th anniversary of selling cars in the U.S., the new model was dubbed simply the “Superamerica” evoking the name used on the 1950s era 340 America and 410 Superamerica models.

The most intriguing feature of the new Superamerica was its unique convertible design, which consisted of an extremely clever and efficient, rear-hinged glass roof that rotated 180-degrees to an open position, lying flush with the rear deck lid. Patented by Pininfarina designer Leonardo Fioravanti, the “Revochromico" roof was punctuated with the use of new adjustable-tint technology the first ever seen on a Ferrari.

Driven sparingly and ultra-caerefully preserved and faithfully serviced, this Superamerica show-car is highly desirably optioned and fitted with the very best available features at the time of construction. This particular Superamerica, was finished in the impossibly perfect color combination of "Argento Nürburgring" over a “Cuoio” full-leather interior. It is also one of the very few Superamerica examples that were equipped with the "Fiorano Handling Package", the desirable $3,600 group of performance options that included a re-mapped suspension featuring lowered, stiffer springs, adjusted camber and toe, and a stabilizer bar; upgraded brake pads; and a more performance-oriented power-steering governing chip.

This Superamerica was also equipped with red-painted brake calipers, Scuderia Ferrari fender shields, monochromatic Daytona-style seats with Grigio Chiaro stitching, rear wall leather upholstery in matching “Cuoio” color, a yellow-faced tachometer, a premium audio system with six-CD changer, and the F1 paddle-shift transmission system.

This Superamerica lived an extremely pampered life, accruing very little mileage while receiving meticulous services, maintenance and the utmost care always. Total original mileage from new is just 3,465 miles and it remains in as-new, as-delivered configuration.

Only 559 Ferrari Superamericas were built for the worldwide market but just 170 of those were destined for the North American Market. Given the color combination, options, features and the "Fiorano Handling Package” as well as ultra-low mileage, this is likely the finest example offered for sale in the States.

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