2000 Ferrari 550



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Coachwork: Pininfarina Designer: Lorenzo Ramaciotti

Estimate: $90,000 - ­$120,000

Chassis Number: ZFFZS49A0Y0118275
Decoded: Z=Italy; FF=Ferrari; Z=F133A V­-12 Engine; S=Airbags, Manual Restraint System
with Child Seat Anchors; 49=550 Maranello; A=North America Market/Left Hand Drive;
0=Check Sum; Y=2000 Model Year; 0=Maranello Assembly; 118275=Serial Number
Engine: 5.5 Liter DOHC V­-12
Bosch Motronic Fuel Injection / 485 bhp
6-Speed Manual Transmission
Four­ Wheel Ventilated Power Disk Brakes
Mileage: 42,056 Actual

• Ferrari­-Maintained and Current Belt Service
• Full Service History and All Books and Tools
• Fantastic Choice to Ferrari’s V­-12 Ownership Club

The Model: At its 1996 unveiling the 550 Maranello was placed at the very top of Ferrari’s lineup. Unlike previous cars, the 550 was a front engine car. That engine was nothing less than a 48 valve dual overhead cam V­-12 monster cranking out 485HP. In a break from the Ferrari tradition of drawing model numbers from individual cylinder displacement, the 550 invokes the 5.5 liter full displacement of the V­-12 engine. Ferrari looked to their heritage for the name and chose Maranello, the town that is home to Ferrari headquarters. The 550 balanced the massive V­-12 out front with a rear-mounted six-­speed to handle the power. A tubular steel frame provided the rigid structure while the exterior was clad in a beautiful Pininfarina­-designed aluminum body. The entire package provided comfort and considerable storage space to make the Maranello not only a performer, but a practical GT.

The Car: This Maranello is in outstanding condition for its age and mileage. The drivetrain has been fully maintained by Ferrari and is ready to put the almost 500 HP to the wheels. It comes with a full service file that reflects its fully up to date maintenance status including a recent belt service in 2011. The Argentino Silver paintwork and red leather interior still show strongly. This car features 16­way electric seats, adjustable steering wheel and pedals, Sony stereo system with six­-disk changer and immobilizer. The complete tool kit and manuals accompany this car. With an Original price around 225K, this car has been fastidiously maintained with the care a quarter million dollar car deserves. This Ferrari is an unbelievable example of what Ferrari had to offer their clientele in the early 2000’s. Running every bit as well as it did the day it left the factory this is a great opportunity to experience the thrill of a V­-12 Ferrari.