1983 Ferrari 512BB
Finished by Ferrari in January of 1983, 44761 would be delivered new on March 1st in 1983 at Lake Forest Sportscars in Lake Bluff, Illinois.
This Berlinetta Boxer is a stellar survivor, preservation class example, which has remained completely unmolested over the years. Its prior owners have shown immense care in the stewardship of this rare Ferrari and it shows in every small detail.
Most recently the Boxer was in the personal collection of Tom Horan, the board chairman for the Colorado Grand, a 1,000-mile rally of 1960 or earlier sports cars that rolls through the Rocky Mountains. He owned the car for last two years and purchased it from Dave Helms of Scuderia Rampante in Erie Colorado.
As part of the purchase agreement the engine was removed and received a top end rebuild and full service. The troublesome sodium filled valves were replaced with stainless, and upgraded headgaskets were fitted. Helms acquired the car from one of Rampante's most passionate clients who kept hand written mileage and maintenance records from October 2001 with 10,009 miles till October 2009 with 20,516 miles.
The 512BB was Pininfarina designed, and built by Scaglietti, and is the very last of the handmade Ferraris where passionate Ferrari craftsmen touched every part. This original, unrestored car still shows the marks of their hands and is unabashedly authentic. This Berlinetta Boxer is ready to be a preservation show winner, as well as a terrific companion on a thrilling drive.
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