EUR 83,373JPY 10,352,447BGN 163,061CZK 2,269,584DKK 620,355GBP 74,990HUF 30,362,007PLN 382,041RON 406,361SEK 863,896CHF 89,334ISK 13,748,236NOK 910,252HRK 631,785RUB 7,557,119TRY 787,193AUD 138,216BRL 550,696CAD 129,754CNY 659,957HKD 766,074IDR 1,451,546,899ILS 333,759INR 7,280,520KRW 111,596,656MXN 2,063,736MYR 410,955NZD 147,596PHP 4,784,619SGD 134,139THB 3,089,476ZAR 1,599,973
Offered for: GBP 74,990
Entering production on Wednesday 28th July 2004 and completed five weeks later on Wednesday the 25th August-Italian Summer holidays. Finished in Rosso Corsa DS 322 with crema hide (3997) and Bordeaux carpets (481) with a black hood. The Certificate of Conformity, -an essential and expensive piece of paperwork should the car ever be exported- was issued on the Monday 2nd August 2004, - the same day as its sister car #138963 which we have also bought and sold! Transported to the UK, to Ferrari UK in Thorpe, Surrey, who in turn sold the car on to Ferrari main agents, Lancasters of Essex, where it was first registered to EU54 EXT to 47-year-old company director, Mr P P of O H in Essex on 10th September 2004. In addition to the list price of £105,750 -April 2004 -which included delivery charges and first registration fee, but not number plates and road tax, the car was factory optioned with red brake callipers (CALR) £399.50, electrically operated seats (ELEC) £1245.50, ”Daytona” style seat trim (DAY) £1,468.75 and a six CD changer (CDCH )£705.00. Being a late model, the car came as standard with Xenon headlamps with power wash.
Passing to a second, as yet unknown keeper, or maybe a transfer from company to private ownership by the first owner, before the third owner, Mr B G also of Essex, bought the car, once again from Lancasters with 4,979 miles, just short of four years later in February 2008 for £86,000, part exchanging a silver 355 GTS #107068.
Just under six years later it was purchased by the fourth and penultimate owner,54-year-old company director Mr R L of Berkshire in October 2013 from Maranello Sales (tbc) who applied his own registration number (currently on a 458) to the car on 21st November 2013.
The final keeper, Mr K B of Hampshire, bought the car from Ferrari agents Dick Lovett of Swindon, four and half years later on 27th April 2018. The car was serviced by ourselves in December 2018 at 26,505 miles and a Challenge rear grille fitted-a.£352.50 option when new, but £850.00 fitted now, along with a customer supplied Capristo sports exhaust- in February 2019.Four new have also been fitted within the past few hundred miles.
15 services are stamped in the factory original service book-along with wallet handbooks, keys immobilisers, even the Maglite-, as well as past invoices and all 13 MOT’s supporting the 27,000 miles now covered.
One of the 478 manual spiders imported of which 338 are thought to remain and of which 187 finished in red.
The car is complete as new with factory service eservice book, hand books, wallet-including the Maglite torch and tools. The car has both black and red immobilisers and key sets. The Certificate of Compliance is still with the car, increasingly important if the car is being imported into another country.
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