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2009 Ferrari F430 Serial Number 165132

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We are pleased to offer 2009 Ferrari F430 Berlinetta 6-speed s/n 165132. This F430 Berlinetta is one of only a half-a-dozen or so 6-speed F430s delivered in 2009 and is the last of the manual gearbox Ferrari Berlinettas. Impeccable and very elegant in Grigio Silverstone Fer. 740 with a nicely contrasting Bordeaux leather interior. Heavily optioned from new with: Daytona style seats($2,980), electric power seats ($2,620), aluminum colored calipers ($1,040), carbon rear engine grille ($3,497), carbon kit for the engine compartment ($12,513), carbon for the driving zone ($5,026), carbon for lower cabin zone ($5,228), rear segment in carbon ($2,271), fire extinguisher ($585), Scuderia shields ($1,586), front parking sensor ($2,087), Challenge wheel rims ($2,575) and upholstered top ($478). Total window sticker $239,264.00.

Owned by two obsessive-compulsive owners and very well maintained with only 10,180 miles. Comes with every service record dating from the original owner, plus all tools, books, and the addition of a $10k stereo system. Car has new P Zeros and was serviced less than 2k miles ago. The entire front end, rear bumper, mirrors and other pertinent areas have been covered with Clear Guard. Comes with a Kenwood Head/Audison Amp Sound System, the Factory car cover in its bag, the Factory supplied electric tire pump, the Factory supplied battery charger and the spare key. All invoices on file.

As the successor to the hugely successful 360, the F430 was yet another technological leap forward thanks to its 4.3 litre V8 with 343 lb ft of torque and 490 hp at 8,500 rpm, its E-Diff active differential and “Manettino” steering wheel which puts driver’s aids such as suspension, transmission and throttle controls at hand. With a top speed of just at 200 mph, the F430 is F40 fast and a true V8 Supercar. As the first of the V8 Ferraris without cam belts, F430 maintenance costs are thankfully much less than the higher-maintenance 360s. A needs-nothing F430 Berlinetta in a very elegant color combo. Just serviced and ready-to-go. If you want to own a beautiful example of the last traditional manual shift Ferraris ever built, this is it. Priced to sell at $166,500 or best offer, seriously for sale.

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