Have a look at this sinister-looking 2007 Ferrari F430 F1 Coupe finished in Nero Daytona Metallic over a Nero interior. This is a 2-Owner car that has been well cared for throughout its life. The original MSRP was $216,954. It comes with all the right options too: carbon-ceramic brakes, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, electric Daytona seats, and much more. Both keys, Owners Manual, Battery Tender, and an aftermarket car cover are included. Give us a call or stop by to take a closer look at this stunning F430 Coupe.
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- Yellow Brake Calipers
- Carbon Ceramic Brake System
- 6 CD Changer
- Daytona Style Seats
- Electric Seats
- Carbon Fiber Rear Molding
- RPM Gauge in Giallo (Yellow)
- Scuderia Ferrari Shields
- Ball Polished Wheels
- Leather Headliner in Nero
- Leather Rear Shelf/Door Moldings in Nero
- High Power Hifi with Subwoofer
- Colored Standard Stitching in Filo Giallo
- Daytona Alcantara Stripes in Nero
- Aluminum Dashboard Inserts
In 2005, Ferrari introduced both the F430 and F430 Spider to the US Market. The F430 was the successor to the Ferrari 360 Modena. The F430 was the first mainstream Ferrari to offer a Manettino dial. The dial allows the driver to quickly and simply adjust the electronics governing suspension settings, traction control, electronic differential, and change the speed of the electronic gearbox. The F430 came standard with a 4.3 Liter naturally aspirated V8 engine that produced 483 horsepower. Redline is at 8,500 RPM. 0-60 mph takes as little as 3.9 seconds. The top speed is in excess of 196 mph. Carbon Ceramic Brakes (CCB) was an option on both the Coupe and Spider through 2007. In fact, shift times for the F430 are on par with the Ferrari Enzo. The F430 is still very quick even by today's standards. The addition of the Manettino really transformed the car into a much more usable Super Car. When you drive an F430 the driver is instantly able to experience just what it is that makes Ferrari so special.