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Ferrari 599 GTB

Very High Spec - Just 3,500 miles.

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The 599 GTB Fiorano is Ferraris two-seat flagship, and is the successor to the 575M Maranello having replaced it in 2006. The 599 is of course a spiritual successor to the legendary 250 GT, 275 GTB and Daytona. With an Enzo-derived 5999cc V12 shoehorned into a latest generation all-alloy chassis, at its launch the 620bhp GTB was Ferrari's most powerful V12 production car ever.

The 599 takes its name from its engine displacement, its Gran Turismo Berlinetta nature and the Fiorano Circuit test track used by Ferrari - it was styled by Pininfarina under the direction of Ferrari's Frank Stephenson. The performance statistcs of the 599 are staggering. It claims a top speed in excess of 330 km/h (205 mph), 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.7 seconds and just 11.0 seconds to 200 km/h (124 mph).

This UK RHD example was supplied to its first owner in June 2007 by Stratstone. It is presented in the very rare but highly desirable Rosso Monza with Crema Leather seats, Nero Leather dash and Rosso carpets. This combination is perceived by most as the best combination for a 599 GTB. Optional extras fitted to this example include: Ceramic Brakes with Rosso calipers, Carbon Driving zone, F1 Gearbox, full electric carbon sports seats trimmed with "Daytona" stripes, a Rosso rev counter, Xenon headlights, Scuderia wing shields, Upgraded 20 inch polished "Monolythic" wheels, front & rear parking sensors, a Becker stereo with I pod connection & Navigation function.

The car has covered just under 3,500 miles from new and has had 2 previous owners being purchased by the current owner in 2008. Since then the car has been maintained exclusively by DK Engineering and has just been serviced. The total service history is thorough and complete. This 599 GTB is presented in concours condition and as such was featured as one of five Ferraris in the recent book names, "Form Follows Function: The Art of the Supercar", by James Mann.

The car is ready to view immediately having just been serviced and MOT'd.