Lot 166 - 2009 Ferrari 430 Scuderia
|Odometer reading||38,937 km|
|Estimate||£135,000 - £165,000|
- In very good condition throughout
- From a private collection
- Offered with its original book pack and service booklet
In 2008, Ferrari put into production their new lightweight 430, evocatively named the Scuderia. Replacing the 360 Challenge Stradale was always going to be a tough proposition, but with 510bhp, a new lightning-fast gear change, and an exhaust note which sounded pure F1, the Scuderia managed to be quicker, yet a lot less demanding to drive than the CS.
This wonderful example presented in Rosso Corsa coachwork over a black interior looks superb and is the desirable and rare Scuderia example. As a left hand drive example, this Ferrari was first registered in the UK on 1st July 2015 having previously been registered overseas. The paintwork is in very good order and retains a deep shine and the interior is very good order. Offered with its original book pack and service booklet with several stamps, as well as the relevant invoices, previous MoT test certificates, the current V5C registration document and a new MoT test certificate valid until September 2024. Showing circa 38,937kms on the odometer, this example looks fantastic, and we are informed it drives very well indeed. Offered with a very attractive estimate, this is surely an opportunity not to be missed.
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