Overview

ManufacturerFERRARI
Model512BBi
DerivativeBoxer - LHD
Price:£264,995
Year:1981 ()
Date of Registration:1st November, 1981
Mileage:18,723 miles
Transmission:Manual
Body Style:Coupe
Fuel:Petrol
Number of Keys:1
Colour:Red
Number of Owners:1
Left Hand Drive:Yes
Doors2
InteriorNero Leather
Engine Size4942 cc

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About the Car

Our great investment opportunity is a 1981 manufactured Ferrari 512BBi Boxer, left hand drive example which is one of only 1,007 512BBi models manufactured by Ferrari that has been in a Japanese collection. This car is presented in red with black leather interior, having covered 18,723 miles with 1 UK owner.

This car has just recently had a Major Service and cambelt change and a majority of other work with invoices, which was carried out in March 2016 with a total of £11,500.

This vehicle has had another service, the most recent being 7th December 2017 at 30,304km by Ferrari Specialist

EXTERIOR

The exterior is presented to you in Rosso which is in an immaculate condition for a car of this age.

INTERIOR

The interior is upholstered in black leather, also in an excellent condition.

SPECIFICATION

Our car comes complete with spare wheel, tool roll, and jack.

WHEELS

The wheels are presented with Michelin Tyres all around:
Front: 240 x 45 x ZR 415
Rear: 240 x 55 x ZR 415

Tread Depths are:
Front Right: 7mm
Front Left: 7mm
Rear Right: 8mm
Rear Left: 8mm

The car comes complete with the owner's pack, manuals & 2 keys.

To make an appointment to view, please call our customer services team on 01772 663777.

Viewing strictly by appointment.

The Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer (BB) is one of a series of cars produced by Ferrari in Italy between 1973 and 1984. They used a mid-mounted flat-12 engine, replacing the FR layout Daytona, and were succeeded in the Ferrari stable by the Testarossa. It was designed by Leonardo Fioravanti.

No BB was ever originally sold in North America, as Enzo did not believe it to be worth the cost of complying with the extra environmental and safety regulations. However, third parties made conversions, and quite a few of them are now in the United States.

The Bosch K-Jetronic CIS fuel injected BB 512i introduced in 1981 was the last of the series. The fuel injected motor produced cleaner emissions and offered a better balance of performance and daily-driver temperament.

External differentiators from the BB 512 besides badging include a change to metric sized wheels and the Michelin TRX metric tire system, small white running lights in the nose, and red rear fog lamps outboard of the exhaust pipes in the rear valance.

1,007 BB 512i models were produced.


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