2007 Ferrari F430 F1 Spider: Extraordinarily passionate and alluringly engaging with a ravishingly raw edge that's artfully, authentically, and masterfully melded to form a road-legal arrangement of a Ferrari F1 single-seater with room for two. Stems from the Ferrari-era when the focal-point was to ignite and retain unfaltering emotions. A zealous specimen draped in a gloriously electrifying and delectably dynamic paint colour upon sample shade of Purple, an attractively oscillating shade that can go from a dashingly deep metallic purple to a ravishing royal blue hue when situated beneath various direct/indirect lighting environments, over an ultra complementary and contemporary Cream Poltrona Frau hide upholstered cabin while showcased on the standard 19-inch multi-spoke BBS wheels which are set before yellow brake calipers that are accented by black 'Ferrari' insignia.
Displays an odometer reading of a very low 17,XXX miles, shows a Clean CARFAX Report and departed Ferrari's Maranello, Italy assembly facility with the following options (original MSRP of $269,163): Power Extended Service Coverage; Brake Calipers Yellow Colour; Carboceramic Brake System; Carbon Fibre For Driving Zone; Carbon Fibre Lower Cabin Zone; Daytona Style Seat; Dedication Plate In Silver; Electrically Operated Seats; Handly Fire Extinguisher; Run Flat Tyres plus TPMO; 'Scuderia Ferrari' Shields; Paint Colour Upon Sample; Leather Upholstered Rear Bench; Other Options.
Upon viewing this stimulating Spider, you're welcomed by its charmingly eccentric and surface commemorating Purple finish; an overall design aesthetic that beguiling boasts styling cues from historic and highly notable Ferraris, that when combined, total well over $51 Million dollars and have been authentically design with aerodynamics on the forefront as opposed to form; the characteristic 'Sharknose' elliptical air intake incorporating front bumper which draws inspiration from the 156 Grand Prix race car; vertically arranged headlights with Bi-Xenon functionality; the optioned Scuderia Ferrari shields located on the front wheel arches along with the integrated side markers; Testarossa inspired wing mirror housings with the driver's side housing featuring embossed 'F430' insignia; a power-operated soft top in black; roll hoops completed in black; 19-inch multi-spoke BBS wheels situated before the Carbon Ceramic Braking system's yellow calipers; the 250LM and 196 SP Dino influenced rear fender integrated air intakes; 'Pininfarina' insignia located on the rocker panel regions; a rear end defined by the immensely esteemed glass engine lid featuring vents, protruding tail lights of that first seen on the Enzo and a characteristic rear bumper that encompasses an upper grille, outlets for the bright-finished exhaust tips and a distinctive diffuser that is punctuated by deflectors which are similar to the ones that are employed on the marque's F1 cars which aids in the heightening of air flow speed and suctioning of the car to the ground (in part with its underbody pan).
When entering the superlative ergonomic, comfortable and Cream leather enveloped cabin, your occupancy is first met by Carbon Fiber doors sills featuring plates bearing 'Ferrari' insignia and when inside you can expect to find a Nero finished dashboard and decorative touches consisting of light-colored twin-stitching, brushed metallic-coated surfacing found on select interior regions and Carbon Fiber trim which can be seen on the center console and tunnel regions along with areas surrounding the A/C vents (when taking a closer look at the air vents, you'll notice a Cavallino Rampant/'Prancing Horse' embossed on the front of each of the 5 dashboard integrated vents).
Presented before the driver is a 3-spoke perforated leather and Carbon Fiber trim (accented by a red marker) wrapped steering wheel outfitted with the F1 derived, Manettino commutator switch (controls the F1 transmission's gear shift speed, suspension settings, traction and CST stability control and E-Diff) and steering column mounted (fixed) shift paddles in Carbon Fiber; a Carbon Fiber trim surfaced instrumentation bezel with black instrumentation dials situated behind orange needles and a yellow, center-located, tachometer; aluminum pedals; the center tunnel located 'Auto' and 'Reverse' buttons featured inside of an aluminum tray highlighted by engraved 'F1' insignia; an a personalized plaque located atop of the center console.
Both occupants are embraced by power-adjustable Daytona Style Seats (the seats are aesthetically enhanced by way of twin-stitching, perforated inserts, and Cavallino Rampant/'Prancing Horse' located on the headrests), and black seat belts. Located before the passenger is a '60th Anniversary' plaque, a power-operated storage compartment (with the other compartment located on the cabin's rear firewall and additional storage is provided by rear netting on the rear shelf's lower area, as well as in the front boot) and a floor located fire extinguisher. The cabin's audio experience is controlled via the factory Ferrari Becker BE6111 Single CD Audio System.
Captivatingly encapsulated underneath a glass display to the rear of the rear-wheel driven F430, is its substantial Formula 1 experience-induced, 4.3-liter V8 engine delivering 483 Italian horses and 343 ft-lbs of torque with a 8,500 RPM redline that when ventured to expels the sounds of the yearly Monaco Grand Prix Formula One race of its era and is mated to a still rather quick shifting, 6-speed, F1 semi-automatic transmission.
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