Ferrari 456 GT 1995 For Sale in Irvine
6 speed Manual Transmission!
Location: Irvine, California
Odometer: 60,500 MilesThe 456 GT was produced from 1992 to 2003. It was later replaced by the Scaglietti. This car looks looks to be in good condition. Judging by the pictures the interior looks excellent for a car wit 60,000 miles. The seller states the car was serviced regularly for the last 16 years. The paint from the pictures look to be in excellent condition. I prefer the dark grey or dark blue colors but this still looks to be a nice car. I always find 456 cars with automatic transmissions. Apparently there were 1,548 manuals built and 403 456GTA built. It would seem that you should be able to find more 6 speed manuals for sale but they rarely come up. The 456 has a relatively unstressed engine which has made it a very reliable unit. These cars have been underappreciated for a long time. This would be a great entry level Ferrari V12 model that an enthusiast can buy. Because this is a front engine car. the belts and maintenance costs will not be as horrific as some other mid-engine models. Full Service done on 10.15.15 at 60,283 Miles.
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1967 Ferrari 330GTC at Gullwing Motors
Location: New York
Chassis No. 8849
Engine No. 8849
This is a Factory Black 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC available for sale at Gullwing Motors. It has been under the same ownership for 30 year and now being offered for sale. The engine runs well but will need a fresh service since it has been off the road for the last few years. These are beautiful rare cars and its nice to see one for sale. I turned one down 4 years ago with a non matching 330 engine for 425k. It was also black but with red interior. The engine is a 4.0 Liter Colombo V12. There were 598 GTC examples produced between 1966 -1968 and just for comparison only 100 330GTS convertibles built.
Would you consider this car at this price?
2006 Ferrari F430 Challenge Car For Sale in San Francisco
Location: San Francisco, Ca
Price: $89,900 US Dollars
This seems like a good price for a F430 Challenge Car. With F355 Challenge Cars sky rocketing above $150,000. I cant imagine the F430 cars are going to get much cheaper than this. True, the F355 (depending on the year) can be made street legal which makes it more appealing to buyers, but all Factory Challenge cars are something special. You may only get to use it on the track but imagine what fun that track day would be.
It was originally sold to Lawrence Stroll who campaigned with great success in the Ferrari Challenge Series. As with most all of these factory supported track cars, she was overly maintained till being retired a couple years ago and relegated to open track days or vintage challenge race series. Body is in exceptional condition (for a race car), interior shows signs of use and enjoyment but overall excellent condition, plexi windscreen is pitted and could be replaced, otherwise cosmetically and mechanically she is in great shape. It comes with 1 additional set of rims.