Ferrari 550 Maranello

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Details

The Ferrari 550 Maranello was first introduced in 1996. At the time this was Ferrari’s flagship model, powered by a thumping 5.4 litre V12 delivering near on 500 bhp and running a six speed manual transmission.

These cars today are recognised as a ‘modern Daytona’ sharing many similarities to the car regard as one of the greatest GT cars ever built. In addition to being a stunning looking and performing car the 550 Maranello was very practical. The interior was luxurious and spacious and there was even room for a set of golf clubs in the boot!

The 550 Maraenllo was a great success and circa 3,600 cars were built during its production run until 2002 at which time it was succeeded by the 575M.

We are delighted to offer a 2001 Ferrari 550 Maranello. This particular car is a lovely example of this modern classic Ferrari. It has a number of Barchetta options, including wheels and brake callipers. The car has a full service history and has only travelled 33,500km from new.


Specification

  • Ferrari 550 Maranello
  • 2001
  • Berlinetta
  • Manual
  • 33317 km
  • 5474 cc

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