After more than two decades of building exotic, mid-engine, flat-12-powered Boxers and Testarossas, Ferrari returned to its front mounted racing roots with the 575 Modificata. Debuting at the 2002 Geneva auto show, the new 575M boasted a high revving 515 HP V12 engine, the refined Skyhook suspension system and an optional state-of-the-art F1 transmission. An original range topping example, this 575M was sold new by Meridian Modena, UK in October of 2003. Optioned in stunning Nero Daytona paintwork over two tone navy/white interior this 575M made its way to Sydney, Australia in 2013 where it has been well maintained ever since. Offering exciting factory upgrades, this example features the optional Fiorano Handling Pack with uprated suspension, uprated brakes with cross drilled rotors and a faster, more responsive steering rack. This stunning example also features the optional wing mounted Ferrari shields, the F1 paddle shift transmission, factory 18 inch alloys, the rarely seen two tone Daytona interior and the optional quilted leather parcel shelf. The exceptional overall condition of this 575M is indicative of the low mileage it has travelled, just 29,000 kms since new. Inside the
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