We are pleased to offer 2005 USA model Ferrari 575 Superamerica s/n 142822, a well-documented, heavily-optioned, pride-of-ownership Ferrari. Delivered from new in Grigio Silverstone FER 740 with Nero 8500 leather seats with contrasting “Rosso” Red stitching, a Nero dash and console with contrasting Red stitching and Nero inner door panels with contrasting Red stitching, all offset with Black carpets. Nicely optioned with the highly desirable HGTC handling package with Ceramic Brembo brakes, a $21,837.00 option, giving more sporting shocks and shock ECU’s, stiffer springs, sway bars, a low-restriction exhaust system and more. The HGTC package also gives tighter steering, a more responsive suspension and improved integration of the F1 trans shifting which makes for an improved driving experience. Also fitted with color matching Rosso dials, Red Calipers and a rear firewall which also features Red stitching. Also fitted from new with the high-powered Factory supplied Becker HiFi with a Becker 6-CD changer and pre-wired for a battery charger. Also fitted from new with 19” modular wheels, mounted with an excellent set of Bridgestone Potenza 255/35ZR-19 fronts and 305/30ZR-19 rear tires. 575 Superamerica s/n 142822 also comes with it’s original (not a copy) window sticker showing it was sold new for $322,079.00 by Ferrari of San Antonio, it’s full set of eight Red Factory owners and information books and five booklets, with the original warranty card, all in their leather pouch. Even has the original Becker owner’s ID cards plus the full set of Factory tools in their plastic wrapped leather carrying case and the red Factory car cover, the red seat covers and the red steering wheel cover, all in their matching red carrying bag. Also comes with the storage bag for the top. Also comes with a loose leaf binder with service and ownership records back to 2010. Also comes with two spare keys and three of Ferrari’s very expensive remotes. Sticky switches done. Clean Carfax, of course. Now has only 14,120 well-documented and well-serviced miles.
Originally introduced in 1996 as the 550 Maranello, replaced in 2002 by the 575M, and finally in 2005 by the 575 Superamerica, the 550, 575M and 575 SA served well as the flagships of the Ferrari line, taking Ferrari’s styling 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 the 550s’, 575s’ and the ultimate example, the 575 Superamerica, are unquestionably the best-buys in a user-friendly, modern V-12 Ferrari. Thanks to speed-sensitive power steering, they 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 575 SA featured an increase in power to 532 hp, offering simply staggering performance with a 0-60 time of 4.2 seconds and a you-will-never-go-that-fast top speed of 203 mph, making the 575 the first front-engined Ferrari to break the magic 200 mph mark!
Introduced in 2005 as the final evolution of the 550-575 Series, the 575 Superamerica featured an electrochromic glass panel roof which could be rotated 180° to lie flat over the trunk’s rear deck. All the driver had to do is release a catch on the windshield header and hit a switch on the center console. The entire operation, up or down, takes about 10 seconds and works perfectly. Ferrari calls the glass roof Revocromico: It revolves, and the amount of tinting in the panel is variable. The top glass has sheets of electrochromic film layered in it that alter their transparency according to the amount of electrical current running through them. In theory a knob on the center console allows for five different levels of light transmission, from an almost clear light blue to a very dark blue, taking just 60 seconds to go from the lightest to darkest setting. In reality the tinting is rarely consistent and even though the glass top and the top shock dampers and trunk support shocks on s/n 142822 were just replaced, the tinting is inconsistent. Most 575 SA owners simple tint the roof panel for consistency. The roof was manufactured in collaboration with French glass specialist Saint Gobain and incorporates a carbon-fiber structure that is hinged on the single axis with a luggage compartment lid, allowing access to the luggage compartment, even with an open roof. With the roof open, the rear window, which features the third stoplight, also acts as a wind deflector. To justify the use of the Super prefix, Ferrari bumped up the horsepower of the 575M’s 5.7-liter V-12 from 508 hp to 532 hp by increasing the flow rate of the intake tracts and fitting the car with a new exhaust system with less back pressure. The torque figure is unchanged at 434 pound-feet. Thanks to a top speed of 320 km/h (199 mph), Ferrari marketed the 575 Superamerica as the world’s fastest convertible!
575 Superamerica s/n 142822 as immaculate in every regard. The paint is chip and blemish free, thanks to a clear bra, the body panel fit is as-new and there are no door dents or scratches. The interior is elegant in Nero with Red stitching. The 19″ Modular wheels are unmarked and the Bridgestone Potenza 255/35ZR-19 fronts and 305/30ZR-19 rear tires tires are excellent. The underside is free of damage and the engine bay sparkles as one would expect of a pride-of-ownership, late-model Ferrari. Over the last six years 575 SA s/n 142822 has been well service including a $7.030.44 annual service and sticky switch re-do by Ferrari of West Palm Beach at 11,564 miles; a $6,101.88 cam belt service and a $2,674.11 major brake service by Black Horse Automotive at 13,346 miles plus a $1,376.25 service and a $1,376.25 replacement of the reverse switch at 14,030 miles, also by Black Horse. Additionally 575 SA s/n 142822 was treated to a $2,016.17 inspection and analysis and a $9,203.06 replacement of the anti-theft module and TMS circuit board at 14,060 miles, so only 60 miles and a year ago. Most recently the glass top, top dampers and truck lid shocks were replaced at a cost of just over $12.000 this month. This is an elegant, well-documented, user-friendly Ferrari in a desirable color combination in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition with only 14,120 miles that needs nothing. 575 Superamerica s/n 142822 is priced to sell at $295k or best offer.
S/n 142822. 575 Superamerica. Fitted with the HGTC handling package with Ceramic brakes. From new in Grigio Silverstone FER. 740 PPG with Black Nero 8500 Rosso leather with red stitching. Rosso dials. Rosso Corsa calipers. USA model. Engine # 96039.Assembly # 60351
2005, June, build date.
2005, Aug., new to Ferrari of San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas, 78249. Equipped with a GTC handling package
a $21,837 option. The window sticker was $322,079.00
2005, 30 Aug., sold by Ferrari of San Antonio to Lee Kirchner, 108 Cherry Bark, San Antonio, TX, 78230.
2005, 12 Sept., new Texas title issued. 127 miles.
2005, 22 Oct, serviced at Jaguar of Boerne, TX.
2006, 31 Jan., serviced at Jaguar of Boerne, TX.
2006, 21 Feb., serviced at Jaguar of Boerne, TX.
2006, 10 March, serviced at Jaguar of Boerne, TX.
2006, 21 March, serviced at Jaguar of Boerne, TX.
2006, 03 July, serviced at Lake Forest Sports Cars, Lake Forest, IL, 3,020 miles.
2006. 29 Dec., new title issued in New Jersey.
2009, 30 May- 09 Jan, 2010, offered in the Ferrari Market Letter by Miller Motorcars, Greenwich, CT
Silverstone with black interior. GTC package, red stitching, red tach. Ferrari Approved Certified
Pre-Owned. 5,260 miles.
2010, 14 Jan., car reported sold to Patricia Cornwell, Massachusetts. 5,284 miles.
2010, 01 Feb., new title issued, Massachusetts.
2010, 10 March, passed safety inspection, Massachusetts, 5,482 miles.
2010, 09 Dec., auctioned for charity for ‘Veterans Village of San Diego’ at Ferrari of New England,
donated by Patricia Cornwell, auction by the Menish Auctions, 11001 Bluegrass Pkwy Suite 300
Louisville, KY, 40299
2013, 25 March, offered by Ferrari of New England, The Automile 441 Providence Hwy, US-1,
Norwood, MA, 02062. 5,876 miles.
2013, 29 Oct., offered by the Fort Lauderdale Collection South, 1301 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort
Lauderdale, FL, 33304. 5,879 miles.
2014, 13 Jan., sold by the Fort Lauderdale Collection South to Howard Keenan, 2735 Polo
Island Drive, Wellington, FL. 5,789 miles.
2014, 13 Jan., sold to Howard Keenan, 2735 Polo Island Drive, # 101, Wellington, FL, 33414.
with 5,879 miles.
2014, 05 June, serviced at Ferrari of West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Fl, 7,215 miles.
2015, 10 Jan.,, serviced at Ferrari of West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Fl, 7,492 miles.
2015, 20 Feb,, serviced at Ferrari of West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Fl, 7,696 miles.
2016, 09,, April, serviced at Ferrari of West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Fl, 10,479 miles.
2017, 18, April, serviced at Ferrari of West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Fl, annual service,
change all fluids, do sticky switches, new window seal. Total invoice $7,030.44. 11,564 miles.
2018, 23 March, serviced at Ferrari of West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Fl, 12,999 miles.
2018, 04 April, trucking to Black Horse Automotive, 726 Union Ave., Bridgeport, CT from
Florida. Total invoice $2,605.58.
2018, 08 June, serviced by Black Horse Automotive, 726 Union Ave., Bridgeport, CT, new
Bridgestone Potenza 255/35ZR-19 fronts and 305/30ZR-19 tires. total invoice $3,404.67.
2018, 18 June, serviced by Black Horse Automotive, 726 Union Ave., Bridgeport CT, major
service, new cam belts and tensioners, new cam seals, new hood shocks, new spark plugs,
new muffler hangers, change engine and transaxle oil, new oil filter, new transaxle oil,
flush coolant, new coolant. Total invoice $6,101.88. 13,346 miles.
2018, 02 Oct., serviced by Black Horse Automotive, 726 Union Ave., Bridgeport, CT,
brakes are locking up from sitting, new master cylinder, flush bake fluid, total invoice
2019, 06 Aug., serviced by Black Horse Automotive, 726 Union Ave., Bridgeport, CT,
install new battery, fill with fuel, clean and detail. Total invoice $570.60. 13,487 miles.
2019, 19 April, serviced by Black Horse Automotive, 726 Union Ave., Bridgeport, CT,
clean reverse switch contacts. Total invoice $1,335.77.
2019, 23 Oct., serviced by Black Horse Automotive, 726 Union Ave., Bridgeport, CT,
replace reverse switch. Total invoice $1,376.25. 14,030 miles.
2020, 25 Aug., serviced by Black Horse Automotive, 726 Union Ave., Bridgeport, CT,
install new battery. Total invoice $150.62.
2022, 27 Oct., Florida Motor Vehicle mileage check 14,060 miles.
2022, 30 Oct., serviced by Collector Car Services, 39 Miry Brook Road, Danbury CT. Clean
damage from mouse droppings, send to Miller Motorcars for further service, total
invoice $2,016. 17. 14,060 miles.
2022, 23 Dec., serviced by Miller Motorcars, 342 West Putnam Ave., Greenwich, CT 06830.
Diagnose and install new anti-theft module and TMS circuit board, total invoice $9,203.06.
2023, 18 Nov., new Florida title issued.
2023, Oct., replacement used glass top, new top dampers and new trunk shocks installed
by Bobileff Motor cars, 9219 Mira Este Court, San Diego, CA, total invoice $12,000 plus.
2023, Oct., on consignment with Mike and Colleen Sheehan’s Ferraris Online. 14,120 miles.