Ferrari F40 Additional Information Very rare Ferrari F40. 1992. Rosso Corsa. 23,060 miles. Has been Classiche'd by Ferrari comes with a beautiful book, with every part of the car documented. It is available with either the original exhaust or a Tubi exhaust which is fitted at the moment. It has new tyres and pads. The car has also had new camb belts and a £15,000 service. Originally delivered to Bologna, only five more where produced after this one. Amazing condition.
HOME STOCK EMAIL Rosso Corsa Registered 1989 12,900KM / 8,000MILES Main Dealer Service History Non-Cat - Non-Adjust Model The car has completed the Ferrari Classiche program and the file documenting the original quality and standard of the car is available for inspection, along with the many service bills the car has been given over its years. For further information or to arrange an appointment to view the vehicle please do not hesitate to contact us. £995,000 Submitting Form... The server encountered an error. Form received. Submit FURTHER INFORMATION FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THIS VEHICLE PLEASE COMPLETE THE ABOVE FORM. ALTERNATIVELY, EMAIL OR CALL OUR SALES TEAM USING THE DETAILS BELOW: SALES@SUPERVETTURA.COM T. +44(0)1344 620072 M. +44(0)7541 888310 FACEBOOK /SuperVettura TWITTER @SuperVettura INSTAGRAM /SuperVettura
This Magnificent Ferrari F40 originally registered in Germany early 1991, having left the factory in late 1990. Regarding the Vehicles history and ownership, This model is a ‘Cat/Non-adjust’ and has had six owners, 3 being in Germany and the remaining 3 within the UK all of which known customers. It has been comprehensively maintained throughout its life and of late has had replacement tanks in 2012, then replacement clutch & cambelts as recently as 2015. It is now presented with a factory Classiche certification and in outstanding condition, ready for its new owner!
Type: Used Year: 1997 Make: FERRARI Model: F40 Trim: 1991 Body: Coupe Trans: Manual Mileage: 11646 Engine Size: 2936 Ext Color: Red
1990 FERRARI F40 At its inception Ferrari’s F40, developed from the 288 GTO Evoluzione, smashed through an automotive barrier that had remained untouched, bettering 200 mph by achieving a top speed of 201.4 mph. Taking inspiration from the Formula One team and following the tried-and-true formula of “less is more” in order to make it as lightweight as possible. The F40 had no carpet, utilized door pulls instead of traditional handles, and could be ordered with roll-up or fixed windows (installing power-operated windows was simply out of the question). As a result of these fanatical weight-saving measures, the F40 tipped the scales at a feather-light 2,400 pounds, paving the way for a powerful engine to rocket it into the annals of automotive history. The F40’s engine was based on the 288 GTO’s twin-turbocharged V-8, but it was bored to displace nearly three litres. Following some additional tuning, the engine could produce 478 brake horsepower, making it the most powerful road going Ferrari to date. This engine, combined with its lightweight nature, made the F40’s performance figures just as incredible as its top speed. A sprint from 0 to 60 could take just 3.8 seconds, and the car could be powered onwards to a quarter-mile time in 11.8 seconds. Braking was equally impressive, and the F40 could bring itself to a stop from 60 mph in just 119 feet, if necessary. This example is the much preferred Non-cat’ / non-adjust’ specification. The service record supports a lifetime accumulation of only 5953 Kms (3700 miles), during which the car has wanted for nothing. Replacement belts and tanks comprise part of an invoice totalling some thirty thousand pounds spent during the past weeks. Accompanied by a detailed history file and presented in ready-to-go order, here is a rare opportunity to acquire an iconic Ferrari as the Jewell in the crown of any collection, or the most exhilarating road/track drive imaginable. Available for inspection in Kew today.
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