We are pleased to offer 2004 USA model Ferrari 575M F1 s/n 138665, a very late, high serial number 575M, from new in Rosso Corsa FER 322 with tan leather Daytona power seats, nicely accented with red stitching on the tan leather and red stitching on both the black dash and the black steering wheel, all complimented by a pleated, tan leather, rear package shelf with accented red stitching. The medium-brown carpets are new as they have been covered with a black throw carpet embossed with both the Ferrari Scuderia Shield and a 575M logo. Also optioned from new with an F1 shifter, Scuderia fender shields, Red calipers and Factory 19″ Modular wheels. 575M F1 s/n 138665 also comes with it’s full set of seven Factory supplied books, complete back to the original warranty card showing it sold new by Ferrari Maserati of San Diego on 14 Jan., 2005, all in their leather carrying case, and with its original silver Ferrari factory flashlight. Also comes with it’s original full set of factory tools, in their leather carrying case, and the Factory supplied spare-in-a-can in it’s foam-lined case. Fitted with the original Factory high powered HiFi stereo with sub-woofer and a Becker Silverstone 6-Disc CD Changer. Also comes with the Factory red car cover in its carrying bag with matching red seat covers and a matching red steering wheel cover. Also comes with two remotes. Also comes with a service binder with the Factory option sheet and all service records back to 2015.
575M s/n 138665 was sold new by Ferrari Maserati of San Diego on 14 Jan., 2005 and has been a local southern California car from new. In May, 2015, our featured 575M was serviced by Ferrari Maserati of San Diego, La Jolla, CA. The left and right side headlight gaskets were replaced, the hood struts were replaced, all fluids including the brake system, engine, coolant, diff and F1 gear box fluids were flushed and replaced and new oil and air filters were installed. A new second remote was ordered and coded, the cam timing belt and cam belt tensioners were replaced and the A/C was charged. The total invoice was $5,582.35 at 10,639 miles. In August, 2015 our featured 575 was again serviced by Ferrari Maserati of San Diego, La Jolla, CA. The dash was removed, sublet, covered in all-new leather and reinstalled. The total invoice was $5,000 at 10,799 miles. In July of 2017 our featured 575 was again serviced by Ferrari Maserati of San Diego, La Jolla, CA. All fluids, including the brake system, engine oil, coolant, diff and F1 gear box fluids were flushed and replaced and new oil and air filters were installed. The water hoses in the cylinder head valley were replaced and new intake gaskets were fitted, the motronics engine management CPU was re-flashed and our featured 575M was smogged checked. The total invoice was $3,916.75 at 11,580 miles. Today the minimal scuffing of the lower front spoiler is being touched up and the sticky switches are being done by Ferrari Service of Costa Mesa. Fitted with near new 255/35 ZR 19 front and 305/30 ZR 19 rear Michelin Pilot Super Sport. Clean Carfax, of course. Today our featured 575M s/n 138665 has only 13,864 miles.
Originally introduced in 1996 as the 550 Maranello, and replaced in 2002 by the 575M, both the 550 and 575 served well as the flagships of the Ferrari line, taking Ferrari back to the glory days of the long-nose, short-tail front-engined Lusso, 275 and 365 GTB/4 Daytona coupes. An indisputably elegant design with both soft and sexy, yet masculine and muscular styling by Pininfarina, we believe both the 550 and 575 Ferraris are unquestionably the best-buy in a user-friendly V-12 Ferrari in their price range. Thanks to speed-sensitive power steering, both are surprisingly light and easy to drive in traffic at low speeds, or utterly relaxed in top gear at America’s highway speeds. The cockpit is luxurious, roomy and comfortable for drivers of any size with climate control that works well. The trunk has more than adequate luggage capacity for true Grand Touring. The 575M (for Modificato) featured an increase in power to 515hp, offering simply staggering performance with a 0 60 time of 4.2 seconds and top speed of 203 mph, making the 575 the first front engined Ferrari to break the magic 200 mph mark! Updates from the 550 included a redesigned interior and substantial mechanical improvements, including a larger and more powerful engine, bigger brake discs, improved weight distribution, and refined aerodynamics thanks to computer fluid-dynamics along with an adaptive suspension set-up to minimize pitch throughout the 200-milliseconds shift time).
575M s/n 138665 can be described as nearly immaculate in every regard. The paint is chip and blemish free, the body panel fit is as-new and there are no door dents or scratches. The interior, including the often problematic dash, is absolutely beautiful in tan with red stitching and the dash has been recovered with new leather. The 19″ Modular wheels are nearly unmarked and the Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires are near new. The underside is free of damage and the engine bay sparkles as one would expect of a pride of ownership, late model Ferrari. This is an elegant, user-friendly Ferrari in the most desirable color combination, in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition, with only 13,864 miles, that needs nothing.
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