We are pleased to offer 1965 Ferrari 500 Superfast s/n 6305 SF. Finished from new in Nero Italver 20581A (black), an elegant color that accentuates this car’s sleek and flowing lines, set off with Connolly naturale 3218 (tan), a stunning color combination. Powered by a 5–litre tipo 208 engine rated at 400 hp that delivers seamless power from idle to red–line in any gear. Fitted from new with the later and improved five–speed gearbox, diaphragm clutch and “hanging pedal” brake system with a much–improved brake master cylinder and brake power booster. This 500 also features the later well integrated three–louver side vents. This Superfast drives extremely well and offers effortless low–speed torque and performance around town combined with effortless high–speed power on the Autostrada. A great event car for the New England Classic or Texas Hill Country, eligible for any concours on the planet, or go all the way to Pebble Beach.
S/n 6305 SF. 14th of 36 built. LHD. New in Nero Italver 20581A (black), with Connolly naturale 3218 (tan), a stunning color combination. Features three–louver side vents. Five–litre tipo 208 engine rated at 400 hp with seamless power from idle to red–line. Fitted with the later five–speed gearbox, clutch, “hanging pedal” brake system and brake master and power booster. Drives extremely well with effortless low–speed torque and performance combined with effortless high–speed power for the Autostrada. A great event car or eligible for any concours on the planet.
S/n 6305 SF. 1965 Ferrari 500 Superfast. LHD. 5–speed. Later “hanging pedals” and improved brakes. Fitted with Power windows. Pininfarina job number 99594. Entered Pininfarina 1/7/64. Completed 14/5/65. Exterior Nero (Italver 20581 A). Interior naturale 3218. 14th of 36 built.
1964, 01 July, entered Pininfarina. Pininfarina job number 99594.
1965, 14 May, completed in exterior Nero (Italver 20581 A). Interior naturale 3218. Three–louvre. Five–speed.
Sold new to Guido Mauzino, Italy.
1975, imported into the US to Bart McMullin, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA.
To Herb Levinson, Indianapolis, USA.
1981, to Stengel, Salt Lake City, USA, painted burgundy.
1982–1983, still listed in the FOC Roster by Herbert L. Levinson, Indianapolis, IN.
1984–1985, still listed in the FOC Roster by Herbert L. Levinson, Indianapolis, IN.
1987, October, purchased by M. Sheehan, European Auto Sales.
1987, October, sold by M. Sheehan to John Ortega, Newport Beach, CA.
Repainted back to black.
1989, sold to Aiman Hamouie in a complicated trade for an executive twin–engine airplane.
1990, 17 Mar.–14 Apr., for sale in FML by Aiman Hamouie, Houston, TX.
Black with tan interior. Concours condition. 83,000km. $925,000.
1990, sold to Axel Urban, Germany.
1991, Sportswagen GmBH, Germany.
1997, to Friedrich Evers, Helmstedt, Germany.
1998, September, owned by Friederich Wilhem Evers of Helmstedt, Germany. On consignment with Eberliein Automobile GmbH of Kassel, Germany.
1998, sold to John McCaw. Seattle, WA.
2006, 04 Dec., to Ken McBride, Seattle, WA in a complicated multi–car deal.
2007, to current owner, Seattle, WA in a complicated multi–car deal.
2007, November, on consignment with Michael Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.