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1983 Ferrari 512 BBi Berlinetta Boxer


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1983 Ferrari 512 BBi Berlinetta Boxer s/n ZFFJA09B000044811, engine no. 110A 00406 Red with Black Boxer Trim and Black Interior with Grey Cloth Inserts The Boxer line represented a remarkable departure for Ferrari. It was the successor to the comparatively conventional Daytona, and Ferrari's first mid-engined flagship. Those who had witnessed Lamborghini’s stunning Miura had been anxiously awaiting Ferrari’s response, and the Boxer did not disappoint. Featuring a horizontally opposed twelve-cylinder motor longitudinally mounted in line with the transmission, it had a low center of gravity placed near the center of mass. Clothed in suitably rakish bodywork by Pininfarina, the Boxer was a stunner. The 512 BBi represents the ultimate development of the Boxer line and was distinguished from the 512 BB and 365 models that preceded it by the introduction of fuel injection, making emissions testing where required much less of a headache than with carburetors. Today, the Boxer remains a dramatic and exciting car that is masculine without being too demanding to drive. This particular example has been in California almost its entire life and has its BAR sticker. It was registered 2BKE985, a


left-hand-drive 1983 ferrari 512 bbi berlinetta boxer black cloth leather restored italian fast rwd supercar petrol testarossa v12 2wd

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  • Ad type
    For sale
  • Category
    Ferrari > 512
  • Year
  • Mileage
    43037 mi


1145 Park Avenue
Emeryville, 94608, California
United States

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