Attention: This car is currently in a non-publicly accessible part of the museum. Viewing of the car is possible by appointment only.
The F430 Spider F1 on offer at Classic Park is a classic example of ultimate Italian style. The gorgeous color combination with a dark gray exterior, dark red soft-top and a red full leather Daytona interior make this car very desirable. Moreover, this Ferrari is very well equipped:
- Exterior in Grigio Silverstone;
- Daytona interior in Rosso;
- Storage compartments at the back of the front seat in Rosso leather (Daytona style);
- Instrument panel executed in interior color (Rosso leather);
- Steering wheel executed in interior color (Rosso leather);
- Roll bar furnished with leather (Rosso);
- Black carpet;
- Burgundy red soft-top;
- Carbon-ceramic brake system;
- Calipers in high-gloss black;
- Scuderia logo’s on front wing screens;
- Ferrari navigation with Bluetooth and iPod connection;
- Front and back parking sensors;
- Carbon center console.
This Ferrari was delivered new in Italy at Ferrari dealer Rosso Corsa and currently comes from its second owner. The car has an Italian registration. The booklets, tool kit, tire repair kit with compressor, two keys and option code list are present of course. With less then 18,000 km on the odometer, the Ferrari is in excellent condition. This is one of the last F430 Spiders, with such beautiful colors and low mileage it’s a true rarity!
In 2004, the Ferrari F430 was the successor to the 360. The Pinninfarina design was a continuation of its predecessor, but significantly more aerodynamic. Also incorporated in this Ferrari were features of earlier successful models, such as the lamps and ventilation slots on the Enzo, the mirrors in Testarossa-style and the oval openings in the front bumper that are reminiscent of the Ferrari racing cars of the 60s.
With the engine, Ferrari hit a new direction. The all new developed 4.3-liter (4308 cc) V8 mid-engine was now fitted with a timing chain and produced 490 hp, about 100 more than its predecessor. The top speed was around 195 mph (315 km / h). Gear shifting was done through a sequential gearbox, operated with switches at the steering wheel (the F1 gearbox). Manual transmission was available at the request. Although a manual transmission is often considered more desirable, it’s clear that the F1 was the better option for the F430 because of the improved electronic control. So most of the F430’s feature the F1 gearbox.
The convertible version of the F430, the Spider, was built from 2005 to 2009 and was about 70kg heavier than the coupe.
Beautiful 2009 Ferrari F430 F1 Spider.
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