The first 'Boxer' was the 365 GT4BB shown at the 1971 Turin Motor Show. Designed to rival the Lamborghini Miura, it was finally released for sale in 1973 at the Paris Motor Show. 387 examples were built with 88 in righthand drive (of which 58 were destined for the UK market) making it the rarest of all Berlinetta Boxers. Though it shared its numerical designation with the Daytona, the Boxer was radically different. It was a mid-engined car like the Dino and the now flat-12 engine was mounted longitudinally rather than transversely. The engine shared its internal dimensions with the V12 from the Daytona but was spread out to 180° as on Ferrari's 1970 Formula One car and was mounted above a five-speed manual transmission. The 365 was updated to the 512 in 1976, resurrecting the name of the earlier Ferrari 512 racer. The engine was larger at 4942cc and had an increased compression ratio of 9.2:1, a new dual plate clutch to handle the added power and ease pedal effort. Dry sump lubrication was used to prevent oil starvation in hard cornering due to revised rear suspension and wider rear tires. External differentiators included a new front spoiler, wider rear tyres; added NACA side air
The 512 TR was the replacement for the Testarossa, and was announced for the 1992 model year. 2261 cars were made until production stopped in 1994. The new car witnessed a return to a model title using characters. The figure “5″ referring to the cubic capacity of the engine in litres and the “12″ to the number of cylinders, whilst the “TR” was an abbreviation of Testarossa (Testa Rossa). Whilst the basic body shape is similar to the Pininfarina designed Testarossa, several changes were made for the TR. The main external visual differences were an updated nose and tail, the louvre design on the engine lid as well as new wheels. The cabin was updated with changes made to the seats, steering wheel design and trim details. Mechanically there were numerous changes to the engine and gearbox. Not visually apparent was that the engine and transmission assembly location in the chassis had been dropped by 30mm, to lower the centre of gravity, thus improving the already high standard of road holding. The four valves per cylinder, flat twelve, dry sump engine was an upgraded version of that used in the Testarossa, whilst maintaining the same cubic capacity. Power rose to 428bhp, allowing the c
1981 Ferrari 512 BB - Berlinetta Boxer VIN: F102BB 33971 Engine: F102B00000748 Chassis: 33971 First sold in Europe this Boxer was brought into the United States in early 1981. No Berlinetta Boxer was ever sold new in North America, as Enzo Ferrari did not believe it to be worth the cost of federalizing. Ferrari Compliance of Santa Ana, CA imported the car and had it modified to US specification for around $16,000. With an original list price of around $40k for the 512BB, and an additional $16k for federalizing it looks like Enzo may have been right. 33971 was first offered for sale by Ron Tonkin Ferrari in Portland, OR in April of 1981. Frank Kawalkowski, a San Francisco commercial real estate broker and Ferrari collector, would be the first owner of the silver Boxer. After over a decade of ownership, in 1994 he would put the car up for sale with 48,000 kilometers (29,826 miles) on the clock. The next owner, another Californian, would keep the car until 1997 when it would move on to its third owner, Ray Hartman of Santa Barbara, CA. In 1998 the Boxer would be sent to Sal Garcia's Waterfront Automobili in San Francisco for paint and leather. In 2001 the car would go to Symbolic Moto
Ferrari 512 Additional Information This is an opportunity to own a rare and beautiful Ferrari. One of only 106 RH drives ever made. Mechanically hand built with passion and flair by Elias Elia of Autofficina at 15,494 miles. Fully restored with a photographic catalogue of progress. The interior completely re-upholstered in black leather with Alcantara dash and new black carpets fitted. Extensive log of service history and preparation receipts. The car has recently undergone a major service with cambelt change.
Ferrari 512 Additional Information Here, for £135,000, we present a 1992 LHD Ferrari Testarossa 512 TR M conversion. This car was converted in Japan, from a Testarossa TR into a 512 TR M. No expenses have been spared on this immaculate vehicle, and it looks especially striking with its red interior. Feel free to come and view this truly stunning car in our showroom
Ferrari 512 Additional Information This stunning 1982 Ferrari 512i Boxer has been kept in immaculate condition. This car has been fully restored with photographic proof and has only seen 60,930 kilometers. This beautiful car is presented in grey with a sabbia interior and comes complete with it's original book pack and tool kit. This particular Ferrari Boxer is 1 of only 12, it is a rare opportunity to own this prestigious car.
Stunning 1993 Ferrari 512TR with 19k miles This 1993 Ferrari 512TR is a stunning example with only 19k miles. Red with tan interior. The major service is done and it and comes accompanied by it's books and tools. The original window sticker is also included as well several service records. Its an extremely clean well maintained car and a fantastic driver. A great investment and an absolute bargain at just $229,500
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Features : Splendid BB injection just coming out from a major service including Cambelts. Comment : 3 owners car . Italian original delivery . Complete with books and tools . Spare wheel.
Features : Version 4 carburettors, 12-cylinder engine with a 5.0L, 360 hp, 5 Speed Comment : The engine was refurbished in 2015, the upholstery and bodywork, a car in a state competition. For more information thank you for contacting us.
The Boxer we have on offer had been ordered according to the Maranello Archive confirmation by its first owner Sen. Zattini in the color rosso corsa with tan leather seats with red piping and red carpets. The first owner kept it obviously until 1991 when it appeared in Switzerland. Up from 1991 the mechanical service work has been carried out by the Ferrari dealership of Broder AG situated in Vaduz/ Lichtenstein. It changed hands another time in 2005 where it came to a fanatic Ferrari enthusiast who commissioned a complete mechanical restoration. In this time it had an overall mileage of near to 18 500 km only. The swiss based company started a complete nut and bolt restoration including a complete rebuilt of engine, gearbox, suspension and brakes.The amount confirmed by the records easily exceeded 100.000,- CHF. We received a large documentation of at least hundreds of detailed pics of the work which has been carried out to the highest standard. There are pics of each little step of this painstaking restoration. We are happy to send detailed photos to any enthusiast having interest in this fantastic Boxer. After the restoration it spent another five years in Switzerland being driv
Same famous owner for the last 18 years All the maintenance done by Pozzi Ferrari France for the last 18 years Ready to race French papers
Â 1981 FERRARI 512 BBLM - nicknamed "BBB" Â This Ferrari 512 BBLM chassis 35529 was sold new to Mr. Fabrizio Violati, a rich Italian Gentlemen, owner of the water brand "Ferrarelle" but also owner of its own racing team "Scuderia Bellancauto". Fabrizio Violati wanted his car to be different / improved in order to be faster and lighter than the other 512 BBLMs. Three of famous period engineer (including Armando Palanca) thought about few modifications for this carâs body. And at the end, this car looked quite different from the other ones. His racing history started at the Monza 1000 Kms on April 26, 1981. The car finished 1st in its category and 6th OA. Then, she entered Le Mans 24 Hours but without finishing the race. After few races, the car stopped racing during the whole 1983 season. And Violatiâs team and engineers reviewed new modifications for 35529, now nicknamed "BBB" for Berlinetta Boxer Bellancauto. The car entered Le Mans 24 Hours again, in 1984 but DNF. On June 1985, Violati ran the car during a Ferrari Italia Club event. After this event, the BBB was restored and totally revised. Then, she remained untouched and stayed inÂ Maranello Rosso Collection until 2014. Â
The now-legendary Ferrari Testarossa series was launched with an astonishing showcase event at the Lido Club in Paris in October 1984, and the cars have been icons of Italian performance and passion ever since. In the 1992 model year, the Ferrari 512 TR was introduced as a substantially revised Testarossa, bringing with it a raft of changes and updates to improve the company’s flagship 12-cylinder supercar. It wasn’t simply a matter of modifying the engine to make the car faster; the 512 TR also boasted a revised exhaust system, a single-plate clutch to make gear changes slicker, bigger ventilated and cross-drilled brake discs, quicker steering and revisions to the shock absorbers to improve handling. Perhaps most significantly, the engine and gearbox assembly was mounted some 30mm lower in the 512 TR, dropping the centre of gravity to improve roadholding. In the Ferrari 512 TR, the 428hp produced by the fantastic flat-12 runs through a five-speed manual gearbox, and can propel the car up to 195mph. The performance is breathtaking. This particular Ferrari 512 TR is a truly immaculate example with just 24,200 miles on the odometer. It remains in its original factory colours of Ferra
Launched in 1976 as more of an update to the 365 GT4 Berlinetta Boxer rather than an all-new model; the Ferrari 512 BB’s name didn’t follow previous Ferrari convention. Instead, it borrowed the format used for the Dino and GT4 at the time, referring to ‘5 litre , 12 cylinder’, rather than the individual cylinder capacity. The higher-torqued 5.0-litre Ferrari flat-12 made this Boxer more responsive and flexible than the 365 BB. A revised gearbox, with reduced pressure in the shift mechanism itself, made gear changes in the 512 BB slicker than in its predecessor, too. On the outside, wider rear arches accommodated the BB512’s wider nine-inch tyres , there was a more pronounced kink in the join between cabin and rear clip, and the Ferrari’s nose was revised with a shallow spoiler to reduce lift at very high speeds. NACA ducts ahead of the rear wheels were added to funnel air to the engine bay, and the three tail lights and exhaust pipes on each side of the 365 BB were swapped to two pairs of larger items for the 512. This particular Ferrari 512 BB is an original UK-supplied right-hand-drive car, delivered new to its first owner in July 1979. It was handed over at the Maltin Car Conces
Caractéristiques Année du Modèle : 1992 1ère mise circulation : 02/04/1992 N° Châssis : ZFFLA40B000093328 Couleur extérieure : Rosso Corsa Couleur intérieure : Cuir noir Kilométrage : 55 800 Km CV DIN : 428cv CV fiscaux : 28 CV Cylindrée : 4943 cm3 Boîte de vitesses : Manuelle Carnet : Oui Peinture d’origine : Non Origine du modèle : Allemagne Historique La 512 TR avait la lourde tâche de succéder à la Testarossa. Les designers de Pininfarina ont su tout en conservant de nombreux éléments, amener de la fluidité, de l’équilibre et de la nouveauté a cette carrosserie avec notamment le passage de 16 à 18 pouces des roues qui se repère au premier coup d’œil. Coté moteur, le 4.9L reçoit quelques amélioration (conduits d’admission plus longs, soupapes d’admission plus grosses), ce qui se traduit par un comportement plus disponible et mieux rempli sur toutes les plages de régimes. Enfin, la Testarossa souffrait d’un manque freinage, la 512 TR avec des disques plus grands, mieux ventilés et utilisant un acier issu de la compétition, l’efficacité en est accrue. Produite de 1992 à 1996 avec 2280 unités vendues la 512 TR avec ses 428ch se présente comme un véhicule très homogène et n’a rien perdu du caractère de sa devancière. Délivrée en Avril 1992 à son premier propriétaire, elle ne dispose aujourd’hui que de 55 800 km d’origine et possède en parfait état : - Son carnet d’origine avec tampons - Ses différents manuels - Sa trousse à outils - Ses doubles de clés d'origine Révisions effectuées Le véhicule se trouve en excellent état et surtout parfaitement entretenu. Nous avons de nombreuses factures Ferrari et contrôles techniques attestant un entretien méticuleux de la part de son dernier propriétaire, qui la gardera pendant 12 ans avant de s’en séparer il y a peu. La dernière révision a eu lieu en Juin dernier chez Ferrari au kilométrage de 55 721 Km pour un montant de près de 8000 euros. Il y a notamment eu le changement des courroies de distribution ainsi qu’un réglage des soupapes. Le précèdent changement de courroies de distribution avait eu lieu en Juin 2012 pour un montant de plus de 10 000 euros, facture à l’appui. Garantie du véhicule Le véhicule sera vendu révisé et garanti 3 mois ou 5000kms Prix 169 000 € Nous trouver et nous contacter Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / 04 79 88 66 36 - Jérôme Millias 07 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans Nos horaires Du Lundi au Samedi, de 8h00 à 12h00 et de 14h00 à 18h30 jeanlainvintage.com/nos-vehicules/vehicules-a-vendre/ ************************************************************************************** Specifications Year of manufacture: 02/04/1992 Chassis number: ZFFLA40B000093328 Exterior color: Rosso Corsa Interior color: Black leather Mileage: 55 800 km HP: 428cv Engine displacement: 4943 cm3 Gearbox: Manual Service book: Yes Original paint : No Delivery country: Germany History Delivered new on April 1992 to its first owner in Germany, it has only 55 800 km and is in perfect condition: - Its original book with buffers - Its different manuals - His toolkit - His Original double keys Maintenance The vehicle is in excellent condition and above all perfectly maintained. We have many bills and Ferrari technical controls attesting meticulous maintenance by its last owner, who kept it for 12 years. The last revision was in June 2015 in Ferrari garage at 55 721 km for a total of 8,000 euros, they changed the distribution. The last one took place in June 2012 for an amount of more than 10,000 euros. Warranty The vehicle will be sold revised and guaranteed 3 months or 5000 Km Price 169 000 € Find us and contact us Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / +334 79 88 66 36 - Jérôme Millias +337 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans France Opening hours From Monday to Saturday, 8am to 12am and 2pm to 6.30pm jeanlainvintage.com/nos-vehicules/vehicules-a-vendre/
--Grigio Ferro with Tan leather with Black seat inserts with Black carpeting, 17,000 miles from new. This Boxer has been collector owned since new. In exceptional condition already, just over a year ago, the owner of this Boxer decided to embark on a restoration to bring this 512 BBi to as close to new condition as possible. In the past year it has received a complete cosmetic restoration both inside and out as well as an engine out service, new clutch, air condition service and upgrade to R134A refrigerant, refinished wheel with new tires fitted, the suspension has been completely renewed throughout as has the brake system. All work was performed by Autosport Designs, Inc. with at a cost of $150,000 plus. It is absolutely superb in every way and ready for immediate use. It is complete with its original books, tools and owner’s manuals and service records.
One of 42 UK supplied cars from only 48 cars. Optional full leather hide interior. Air conditioned.
Ferrari 512 Testarossa 1800 miles only! An absolutely stunning example, all book and tools and an excellent service history. At only 1800 miles from new this is probably the lowest mileage, right hand drive example in existence. The condition is commensurate with the ultra low mileage having formed part of an important private collection of over fifty cars. The car has never been driven in the rain or in anger. It has been preserved in virtually as new, time warp condition. The Testarossa was one of the poster cars of its era which has for some time been overlooked but has now come back into its own and started to climb rapidly in value. This being quite probably the best right hand drive example available is a blue chip collectors dream. Unique opportunity to buy the very best Ferrari 512 Testarossa. Available for viewing in our Kew showroom.
Ferrari 512BBi 19800 miles only! This is a low mileage 512 BBi, LHD, first registered in1984 and now UK Registered. The car has only travelled 19,800 miles from new and the condition of the whole car is commensurate with the extremely low mileage. Finished in its original livery of Rosso with crema leather interior which is all original and in exceptional order. Our 512 has formed part of an important collection for many years and has always been cherished and maintained by the managers of the collection. Undoubtedly one of the finest examples on offer anywhere, the 512BBi is still way under-valued when compared to other top flight Ferraris. We see the market moving dramatically upwards now on 70's, 80's and some 90's 'modern classics'. Now is the time to buy before you get left behind! Just completed a big service including cam belts. Ferrari Clasische certification in progress. Available for viewing in our Kew showroom.