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by RF Sports Cars
3,003 mile 2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina
|Year Make Model||2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta|
|Location||Peapack, NJ, 07977|
|Private or Dealer||Dealer|
|Seller Name||RF Sports Cars|
|Seller Tier||Launch promotion - 0% buyer fee!|
|Exterior Color, Interior Color||Rosso Corsa, Tan|
|Engine Size||5.5 V12|
|Two Pedals or Three?||Three|
|Modifications||The only modification is limited to a Tubi exhaust system|
|BwC Inspection Report?||No|
|Open to Trade-In?||Yes|
|Vehicles interested in as Trade-in||Most anything!|
Current bid: $50,000
Hold on for this one…. DreamCarXchange is absolutely thrilled to offer this special part of Ferrari history, a 2001 550 Barchetta Pininfarina. This is number 70 of 448 produced, finished in the iconic Rossa Corsa over tan carbon fiber bucket seats. This is a two-owner vehicle that has only 3,003 miles… It was originally sold in Ohio then purchased by the second owner in September 2013 where it has resided in New Jersey since. Like all Ferrari 550’s it comes with a 5.5 liter V-12 engine and a gated 6-speed manual transmission. This example has a full history of maintenance and had it’s most recent belt service completed in April 2019. It has clean CARFAX and a clear New Jersey title.
The Barchetta featured a more deeply raked windshield than the coupe (around 4 inches lower than the 550 Maranello), roll-over hoops behind the seats and a longer rear section than the coupe. Other changes included new 19-inch alloy wheels specially made for the Barchetta along with a unique aluminum fuel filler cap.
This example is number 70 of only 448 produced.
The tan and black beltline interior features the carbon fiber racing buckets and other carbon fiber touches including the gear shift knob, sill plates and center console.
The mechanical underpinnings of the car remained the same as the 550 Coupe but the engine was given the F133C code for differentiation. The engine is a 5.5 liter V-12 that made from the factory 485 hp @ 7,000 RPM and 420lb-ft of torque @ 5,000 RPM.
Ferrari designed the Barchetta to be a pure open-air two-seater, providing just a manual soft-top for emergency use.
The only modification is said to be a Tubi-style exhaust.
The selling dealer states is in impeccable condition, everything works as it should and it comes with with all luggage pieces, books, tool kit, manuals, etc and they are in brand new condition. There is a binder with all of the car’s service records and documentation as well.
This Barchetta has a clean Carfax, which can be downloaded from the Key Specifications table above and make sure you check out the additional pictures found in the “Pictures” tab above. The selling dealer is charging $0.00 for documentation or other fees.
The seller is open to trade-ins, so have a car that you would like to trade-in as part or all of your bid, click the “trade-in” button towards the top of the page to begin a private negotiation with the selling dealer regarding your trade-in vehicle and value. Good luck bidding!
Take a look at this absolutely stunning 2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta in signature Rosso Corsa over Tan. Clean 2-owner Carfax, with the last owner being a good client of us who had owned it for the past 6 years. Complete car with no stories or paintwork, with all luggage pieces, books, tool kit, manuals, etc all present and in brand new condition. Highlights Include: Scuderia Shields Red Brake Calipers Number 70 of 448 Built Carbon Fiber Shifter Knob Carbon Fiber Instrument Panel Leather Racing Seats with Carbon Fiber Seat Backs 6-Speed Gated Manual Transmission Factory Modular Wheels Full Luggage Set & Car Cover Tool Kit Recent major belt service done in April of 2019 at 2,977 miles! Completely stock with flawless modular wheels along with the addition of a Tubi exhaust system which brings the front-mounted 5.5 liter Italian V12 to life. The 550 Barchetta is equipped with Ferraris 5474cc V12 engine, which produces 485 HP and 420 lb-ft of torque. The 60mph mark is attained in approxiatmely 4.3 seconds in this open top GT.
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