Variant: Challenge Stradale
The Ferrari 550 Maranello was presented to the world at a grand launch event at Germany’s famous Nurburgring race track in 1996. It was more than 20 years since Ferrari had last produced a two-seat Grand Tourer (the last models of the 365 GTB/4 Daytona were built in 1973), but the 550 Maranello is certainly a worthy successor. Its looks are a world away from the wide, mid-engined F512M that preceded it, but the 550 is now rightly regarded as a Pininfarina classic. The 5.5-litre V12 first used in the 456 GT was revised by Ferrari’s engineers to produce 485 horsepower in the 550 Maranello, mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. Its performance remains staggering today: 0-62mph in 4.4 seconds, and a top speed of 199mph. This particular Ferrari 550 Maranello is finished in silver (Argento Alloy) with black (Nero) hide and black carpets. It has air-conditioning, electric windows and electrically-adjustable seats. The file that accompanies this 550 Maranello includes a well-documented service history, showing this Ferrari to be known and maintained by Foskers, with 48540 miles now on the odometer. The car is supplied with its original leather toolkit case, books, owner’s wallet along with a full service history. Ferrari’s 550 Maranello is a wonderful GT car. Four-wheel independent suspension affords impressive ride comfort, while plentiful luggage space and a large 114-litre fuel tank make it a practical choice for longer journeys. These cars are becoming more sought-after every week, so call us now while we still have this lovely example for sale.
Ferrari has been manufacturing mid-engined sports cars for the best part of 50 years, and all of these Ferraris can all be traced back to one model - the Dino. The Dino marque was intended to apply to all Ferrari-built cars that did not use a V12 engine. It was named after Enzo Ferraris son, Alfredo - or Alfredino - who had spearheaded Ferraris development of the Dino V6 engine for racing. The marque was launched with the Ferrari Dino 206 GT, which used a lightweight aluminum body and an aluminium block 2.0-litre Fiat-built V6 mounted transversely behind the driver. In 1969, the Dino 246 GT arrived, replacing the expensive aluminium used in its predecessor with a cast iron block 2.4-litre V6 and steel body panels. The 246 GTS as seen here appeared at the 1972 Geneva motor show, with a black targa roof panel that could be easily removed and stowed behind the driver. In total, just 228 right-hand-drive Dino 246 GTS models were imported to the UK between 1972 and 1974. The Dino 246 GTS offered here was ordered on 10th April 1974 and was completed at the factory in July 1974. It was delivered to H R Owen and sold directly to its first owner, who was based in Worcestershire. The current owner purchased the vehicle in July 2005 and has solely used Foskers for service and maintenance work to-date. Foskers are please to bring this stunning GTS to market for the second time have just completed its annual service making it ready to enjoy this summer.
The Paris Motor Show in October 1984 saw the return of the glorious Testarossa as heir to the 512 BBi. Pininfarina’s design broke somewhat with tradition and was striking and innovative. The side intakes were larger than on the previous model and this constraint saw the introduction of the long side strakes that would become the Testarossa’s most recognisable feature. The evolution of the 12-cylinder boxer engine saw it equipped with four valves per cylinder: the most powerful engine mounted on a production sports car at the time of its launch. The Testarossa was a model that took its name from the company’s history, being derived from the successful 500 and 250 Testa Rossa series of sports racing cars from the late fifties. This particular Ferrari Testarossa is a great example of an original 2 owner from new right hand-drive car. It was completed in Maranello in 1991. This Testarossa is finished in the iconic Ferrari red (Rosso Corsa) with Crema (cream) hide and red carpets. It now runs on 17" O.Z.Racing split rims as the original tyres are metric and are getting harder to source. If preferred it can be supplied on its original 16" metric sized rims. Now showing 6645 miles it will come with a full service including fresh cam belts and a new mot. The car’s service history is as follows: Supplied by Maranello Egham on 9.4.1991 to Mr.Mansell of Stoke on Trent. 26.11.91 First service @481 miles at Maranello Egham 27.4.94 6250 service + cam belts @1131 at Maranello 16.04.97 Annual + cam belts @ 3203 At Maranello 24.05.99 annual @3954 at Graypaul 24.05.00 annual + cam belts @4428 at Graypaul 11.04.03 annual @5399 at Graypaul 15.04.05 annual @5686 at Graypaul 05.10.07 annual + cam belts @5944 at Graypaul 01.08.11 annual +cam belts @6152 at Graypaul 28.09.12 Major service +speedo repair @6381 at Foskers 07.11.13 annual + cam belts @6572 at Foskers 10.11.14 annual @ 6627 at Foskers 08.11.15 annual @ 6631 at Foskers 26.10.16 annual @6639 at Foskers
When the Ferrari 360 was revealed at the 1999 Geneva motor show, it wowed the crowds with its svelte, sweeping bodylines. It was a far cry from the last two decades’ trends of sharp angles, pop-up headlights and open slats over the engine bay. In their place were curved wings, fixed headlights and a clear glass cover showcasing the V8’s bright red plenum chambers. The Ferrari 360 was the company’s first production car with the chassis, bodyshell and even the suspension wishbones all constructed from aluminium. The 400hp V8, coupled with these lightweight aluminium components, gives the 360 fantastic performance that was a substantial improvement over the F355. With the introduction of the 360 Spider in 2000, Ferrari brought its convertible V8 supercar up to date, introducing a hood that folded away automatically under panels in the rear deck - eliminating the need for a tonneau cover over a protruding frame. The Spider lost virtually nothing to the coupé in terms of performance, but offered the substantial benefit of being fully exposed to the howl of its mid-mounted 3.6-litre V8. This particular Ferrari 360 Spider is presented in the stunning original factory Argento Nurburgring with Nero hide and Black carpets. The interior features climate control, electric windows and heated door mirrors. The wings are embellished with Scuderia shields, 6 speed paddle shift transmission, Red brake callipers with 5 spoke "Star" alloys, Electric roof, remote alarm/locking, Power steering, CD Player. The car was first registered in October 2001 and will be supplied with a freshannual service including cam belts by Foskers.
Variant: GTS The styling of the Ferrari 328 GTS and GTB is an obvious evolution of the 308 series. Pininfarina’s Leonardo Fioravanti softened his previous design, so that it remained a popular choice with the Ferrari aficionados as soon as it was revealed to the world at the 1985 Frankfurt motor show. Under the engine cover is the same transversely-mounted, fuel-injected V8 engine from the Ferrari 308 Quattrovalvole, with an increase in displacement to 3.2 litres. Performance, handling and road holding are a big step on from its predecessor, although it retains all the benefits of the Ferrari 308’s independent suspension and five-speed manual gearbox. Another significant difference over the Ferrari 308 is the use of galvanized steel, which greatly reduces rust problems compared to its forebear. In 1988, ABS became available on the Ferrari 328 series, and these later cars have a redesigned convex five-spoke alloy wheel to accommodate the system. While the 328 GTS was a runaway commercial success for Ferrari, the number of RHD cars built was less than 10% of the production run. This Ferrari 328 GTS is one of just 292 right-hand-drive GTS models with ABS. It is presented in the most famous and popular Ferrari red (Rosso Corsa) with cream (Crema) hide and dark red carpets and has the factory option of having the roof panel and rear shelf components fully trimmed in Creama leather. The car retains its original owner’s pouch, which includes the stamped service book and handbook. Presented with 20,000 miles from new, this 328 GTS is now ready to drive and enjoy. For more information about this Ferrari 328 GTS for sale in Kent, or to arrange an appointment, please contact our sales team on 01474 874555 or 07921 430430.
The Ferrari 550 Maranello was presented to the world at a grand launch event at Germany’s famous Nurburgring race track in 1996. It was more than 20 years since Ferrari had last produced a two-seat Grand Tourer (the last models of the 365 GTB/4 Daytona were built in 1973), but the 550 Maranello is certainly a worthy successor. Its looks are a world away from the wide, mid-engined F512M that preceded it, but the 550 is now rightly regarded as a Pininfarina classic. The 5.5-litre V12 first used in the 456 GT was revised by Ferrari’s engineers to produce 485 horsepower in the 550 Maranello, mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. Its performance remains staggering today: 0-62mph in 4.4 seconds, and a top speed of 199mph. This particular Ferrari 550 Maranello is finished in Rosso Corsa with black (Nero) hide and black carpets. It has air-conditioning, electric windows and electrically-adjustable seats. This Ferrari has been known to Foskers since 2009, with 38,275 miles now on the odometer. The car is supplied with its original leather toolkit case, books and owner’s wallet. Ferrari’s 550 Maranello is a wonderful GT car. Four-wheel independent suspension affords impressive ride comfort, while plentiful luggage space and a large 114-litre fuel tank make it a practical choice for longer journeys. These cars are becoming more sought-after every week, so call us now while we still have this lovely example for sale. For more information, or to arrange an appointment, please contact our sales manager Tony Glynn on 01474 874555 or 07921 430430.
Rosso Corsa with Nero carbon race seats and Bordeaux carpets. Red brake callipers with 5 spoke star alloys, Scuderia wing badges, sports exhaust, 6 speed F1 style paddle shift, Electric roof, electric windows power steering, electric heated mirrors, climate control, anti skid reduction, electronic sports suspension, ABS,remote alarm/locking. This stunning example has comprehensive service history, and has now covered 56,000 miles.
Variant: GTB Ferrari's 599 GTB is the successor to the Ferrari 575M - but it is much more than just a more powerful and faster grand touring car. The 599 GTB's engine is derived from the 6.0-litre V12 in the Enzo, producing 612bhp in this guise. Power is delivered through the company's 'F1 SuperFast' automated manual transmission - at the time, the quickest-shifting gearbox Ferrari had ever made. Ferrari's technological tour de force for the 599 includes magnetically-controlled adaptive dampers and sophisticated 'F1-Trac' stability control. Writing in 2012, motoring journalist Andrew Frankel said of the GTB: 'Replacing the 575M, the 599 didn’t so much improve upon its predecessor’s performance as establish it at an entirely new level.' This stunning Ferrari 599 GTB has covered 18034 miles from new, and is presented in excellent condition. It is finished in Nero Daytona with nero hide with red fingers piped red with Bordeaux carpets. Electric Dayton carbon sports seats, carbon driving zone with yellow rev counter and steering wheel Manettino to adjust suspension settings and mapping. Monolithic alloys with yellow brake callipers, Carbon ceramic brakes. Offered with full service history For more information about this pristine 599 GTB, or to arrange an appointment to drive it in Kent, please contact our sales team on 01474 874555 or 07921 430430.
Variant: S Inspired by the Maserati Birdcage 75th concept car, the GranTurismo is a magnificent example of gorgeous styling and brilliant engineering. From its sublime silhouette, styled by leading Italian design house, Pininfarina, to the immense power of its engine, this four-seater sports car offers thrills and exhilaration for everyone on board. Lithe and sinuous lines create a sleek and aerodynamic exterior that underline the car’s racing pedigree. Its powerful and dynamic front end is dominated by the oval radiator grille and horizontal headlights, with LED Daytime Running Lights blended perfectly into the bumpers. The long bonnet, with its iconic ‘V’ shape, has three air intakes on each side, in the classic Maserati style. Delivering the GranTurismo’s supercar performance is Maserati’s 405 HP 4.2 litre V8 engine that incorporates a number of innovative features to ensure the ultimate in power and speed. Emitting a deep growl at low revs, the engine’s roar is truly fearsome as the needle approaches the red line. We present this GranTurismo S finished in Grigio Granito, with Crema hide and Nero Alcantara inserts with silver stitching and Nero carpets. Sportline with MC shift 6 speed transmission, 20" Neptune alloys shod with fresh Pirelli P Zero's, Grigio brake callipers. Electric heated sports seats, iPod connect, Nav Trak, Standard features are Satellite Navigation, climate control, front & rear parking sensors, electric windows, remote central locking/alarm, With only 2 owners from new and having covered only 20,000 miles it is now offered in pristine condition. For more information about this Maserati GranTurismo S for sale in Kent, or to arrange an appointment, please contact our sales team on 01474 874555 or 07921 430430.
Ferrari’s 46-year history of mid-engined sports cars can be traced back to one model - the Dino. Named after Enzo’s son, Alfredo - or ‘Alfredino’ - the Dino marque was to apply to all Ferrari-built cars that did not use a V12 engine. The marque was launched with the Dino 206 GT, which used a lightweight aluminum body and an aluminium block 2.0-litre Fiat V6 mounted transversely behind the driver. In 1969, the Dino 246 GT arrived, replacing the expensive aluminium used in its predecessor with a cast iron block 2.4-litre V6 and steel body panels. The 246 GTS appeared at the 1972 Geneva motor show, with a black targa roof panel that could be easily removed and stowed behind the driver. In total, just 228 right-hand-drive Dino 246 GTS models were imported to the UK between 1972 and 1974, with the example here being among the earlier cars to arrive. For more information about this Ferrari Dino 246 GTS for sale in Kent, or to arrange an appointment, please contact our sales team on 01474 874555 or 07921 430430.
Revealed in 1992 at Garage Francorchamps in Belgium, it was the first road car launched under the auspices of renowned former Ferrari president, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo. In his own words it was ‘a totally new kind of Ferrari in every sense of the word’. A completely new 5.5-litre Ferrari V12 engine was mated to a six-speed manual transmission, with a sophisticated suspension set-up and freshly designed switchgear. In 1996, the Ferrari 456 GT four-speed automatic was launched. This Ferrari 456 GT is one of just 141 six-speed manual cars imported from Italy by Maranello Concessionaires and was first registered in May 1995. It is presented in the unusual and striking factory specification of silver Argento Nurburgring with blue hide (Connolly leather A4307) and Otranto (light blue) carpets in addition to tailored navy over mats. This Ferrari 456 GT was first registered in Jersey and was brought onto the mainland permanently in 1997. It has evidently been very well cared for throughout its life, with just five registered keepers on the logbook and a genuine low mileage of only 38,790 miles from new. An excellent example of an early model year car, this 456 GT is equipped with the highly desirable six-speed manual transmission, making it an increasingly sought after car among collectors and enthusiasts alike. An extensive file of invoices and old MOT certificates accompanies the car, and it is complete with the original tan hide tool case, leather owner's wallet and all of the original factory books. The car is in superb condition and presented with outstanding maintenance history, having 20 stamps in the service book and more recently has undergone extensive servicing by Foskers, including cam-belts, tensioners and a full annual service. For more information about this six-speed manual Ferrari 456 GT, or to arrange an appointment, please contact our sales team on 01474 874555 or 07921 430430.
Variant: Boxer 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. 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 Concessionaires in Henley-on-Thames by none other than British racing driver, Innes Ireland - winner of the 1961 United States Grand Prix. His signature still adorns the original warranty book that has been with the car since new. This stunning Berlinetta Boxer is now presented in exceptional condition, having spent the last eight months being prepared by our team of Ferrari specialists. It has received a respray in its factory colour of Blu Dino Metallizzato, while the original cream leather interior has been thoroughly detailed with no need for a re-trim. The mechanicals have been overhauled, and all four corners of the suspension have been stripped, re-plated or repainted, and then reassembled to our exacting standards. For enthusiasts and collectors seeking a beautiful flat-12 Ferrari with superb history, it doesn’t get any better than this 512 BB. The low mileage is well documented; the history file is full of old invoices, registration documents and MOTs; and the car even retains its complete and original book pack, period Pioneer radio, jacking kit and space-saver spare wheel. For more information about this Ferrari 512 BB or to arrange an appointment, please contact our sales team on 01474 874555 or 07921 430430.