We are pleased to offer 2005 USA model Ferrari 575 Superamerica s/n 146151, a high-serial number, well-documented, low-mile, one-owner Southern California pride-of-ownership Ferraris. Delivered from new in Nero B/B FER 1250 with Nero leather seats with Red Daytona inserts and contrasting Red stitching, a Nero dash and console with contrasting Red stitching and Nero inner door panels, also with contrasting Red stitching, all offset with Black carpets and fitted with Black throw carpets with a matching Red Prancing Horse. Nicely optioned with color matching Rosso dials, Scuderia Fender Shields, Red Calipers and a rear firewall in Nero leather, which also features Red Stitching. Also fitted from new with a high powered HiFi with a 6-CD changer and pre-wired for a battery charger. Also fitted from new with 19” modular wheels, mounted with a new set of 255/35R 19 front and 305/30R 19 rear Bridgestone POZ SO4 tires. Also fitted with the very desirable Fiorano handling package which gives tighter steering, a more responsive suspension and evolved integration of the F1 trans shifting which makes for an improved driving experience. 575 Superamerica s/n 146151 also comes with it’s original window sticker showing it was sold new by Ferrari of Silicon Valley, it’s full set of Factory tools in their never-opened plastic wrapped leather carrying case, the Factory Battery Charger, in it’s never-opened plastic wrapped leather carrying case and the Factory air compressor, also it it’s never-opened plastic wrapped case. Also comes with it’s Factory car and seat covers in their carrying bag. Also comes with the storage bag for the top. Only 4,429 well-documented and fully-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 550, 575M 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 575M (for Modificato) featured an increase in power to 508 hp, offering simply staggering performance with a 0 60 time of 4.2 seconds and a 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 so 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 146151 can be described as 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 is elegant in Nero with Red stitching. The 19″ Modular wheels are unmarked and the 255/35R 19 front and 305/30R 19 rear Bridgestone POZ SO4 tires are near new. The underside is free of damage and the engine bay sparkles as one would expect of a low-mile, pride-of-ownership, late-model Ferrari. Just under two years ago, on 02 April, 2020, 575 Superamerica s/n 130104 was serviced by Ferrari of Newport Beach’s service center. A new battery was installed, a full cam belt service was performed, the engine oil and brake fluid were replaced, the parking brake was adjusted, a re-do off all the sticky parts was completed, the alarm siren was replaced, the software was updated, a multi-point inspection was performed, the tire pressures were checked, the tire pressure sensors were replaced and a full set of new 255/35R 19 front and 305/30R 19 rear Bridgestone POZ SO4 tires wire mounted, followed by a four wheel alignment. The total invoice was $16,915.55. When service the mileage in was 2,994 miles and the mileage out 3,006 miles. This is an elegant, user-friendly Ferrari in the most desirable color combination, in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition that needs nothing. 575 Superamerica s/n 146151 is a one-owner, well-documented and fully-serviced, no-stories, no-excuses, pride-of-ownership Ferrari with only 4,429 that’s ready to be admired, enjoyed and driven.

S/n 146151. 575 Superamerica. F1. Nero B/B FER. 1250 with Nero leather. Daytona seats. Rosso Inserts. Rosso Stitching. Rosso dials. Shields. Red Calipers. Fiorano Handling package. rear wall in leather. High powered HiFi and 6-CD changer. Pre-wired battery charger. Tubi exhaust. US model. Assembly # 63265. Full VIN ZFFGT61A250146151

2005, Dec., build date.

2006, Jan., new to Ferrari of Silicon Valley, 2750 El Camino real, Redwood City, CA, 94061-3911.

2006, 07 March, sold to Newport European, Newport Beach, CA by Ferrari of Silicon Valley.

2006, 21 March, offered on eBay (Item #4624533678) by Newport European, 1600 Newport Center Drive, Suite 120, Newport Beach, CA, 92660 with 150 miles.

2006, 19 April, sold to first and only owner, passed California emissions. 155 miles.

2006, 23 April, first and only owner reported, California title issued. 158 miles.

2006, 11 May, emissions inspection.

2006, 15 Aug., serviced at Ferrari of Newport Beach service center, 2980 Redhill Ave., Costa Mesa. New Battery. Battery charger installed. 858 miles.

2008, 29 Feb., serviced at Ferrari of Newport Beach service center, 2980 Redhill Ave., Costa Mesa. 5k service. 1,437 miles.

2011, 19 March, passed California emissions. 2,026 miles.

2011, 24 Oct., serviced at Ferrari of Newport Beach service center, 2980 Redhill Ave., Costa Mesa. New tire pressure sensors, new intake manifold gaskets, annual oil and filter service, cam belt service. Total invoice $5,578.87. 2,136 miles.

2013, 18 April, passed smog test at Cornerstone Smog test, 1661 Superior Ave., unit D, Costa Mesa. Total invoice $59.25. 2,625 miles

2013, 24 April, California registration renewed. Total invoice $780.00.

2013, 19 Dec., minor service at Ferrari of Newport Beach service center, 2980 Redhill Ave., Costa Mesa. Total invoice $676.41. 2,646 miles.

2015, 07 April, passed California emissions. 2,784 miles.

2017, 14 June, passed smog test at Just Smog, 7722 Talbert Ave., Unit B, Huntington Beach, Ca. 92648. Total invoice $65.00. 2,948 miles.

2020, 02 April, serviced by Ferrari of Newport Beach service center, 2980 Redhill Ave., Costa Mesa. New battery, cam belt, engine oil and brake fluid service, adjust parking brake, re-do all sticky parts, software update, multi-point inspection, check tire pressures, replace alarm siren, replace tire sensors, install new 255/35R 19 front and 305/30R 19 rear Bridgestone POZ SO4 tires plus four wheel alignment. Total invoice 16,915.55. Mileage in 2,994, mileage out 3,006 miles.

2020, 15 July, failed California emissions. 3,396 miles.

2020, 15 July, serviced.

2021, 20 April, serviced by Ferrari of Newport Beach service center, 2980 Redhill Ave., Costa Mesa. Tires checked, annual service. 4,139 miles.

2021, 10 Sept., the current (and only) owner registered 575 SA s/n 146151 in Montana.

2021, 13 Oct., Montana title issued.

2022, 06 Sept., Montana registration renewed.

2022, 23 March, serviced by RMT Motorsports, 23845 Via Del Rio, Yorba Linda, CA 92887. Check warning light, rear hatch not fastened. Total invoice $550.00

2023, Feb., on consignment with Mike & Colleen Sheehan’s Ferraris Online LLC, 110 E. 16th Street, Costa Mesa,Ca, 92627.


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