- Certified by Ferrari Classiche
- First Ferrari "supercar"
- Well preserved
- Recent service by Toni Auto
- With original toolbox
- No reserve
At the 1971 Turin Motor Show Ferrari finally decided to launch a mid-engined car. Marketed from 1973, the 365 GT / 4 BB featured a 12-cylinder flat "boxer" engine, placed behind the driver, hence its name of "Berlinetta Boxer." In 1976, it was changed to the 512 BB, with the engine going up from 4.4 to 5 liters. The car developed 360bhp, with a top speed of 300 km/h.
The Ferrari 512 BB on offer was exhibited for a long time in a small private museum in Switzerland, where the car was registered for the first time on 18th January, 1978. This car, painted in red, has remained in a very good condition through time. The interior has been beautifully preserved, and all it requires is a light leather processing on the left side of the driver seat. This car still has its original engine, and received a thorough service at the end of 2014, with replacement of the belts, made by the well-known specialist in Maranello, Toni Auto Ferrari, who maintained all the Ferraris of the seller. The counter shows just 66,379 km, and the car comes with its maintenance manual, its rigid original tool kit and a Ferrari cover. The file includes the Swiss registration documents, a customs clearance certificate and a FFVE certificate as well as the certificate of authenticity issued by Ferrari Classiche. So this is indeed a very well preserved car that is consistent with the original and one which has stood the vicissitudes of time extremely well.