Excellently Preserved in Stock Configuration
Original Ferrari Glass with All Matching Security Etched Glass (A895ASK)
Restored 'Sticky Buttons'
Tight Supple Leather Upholstery and Carpeting
Glossy Paint and Presentation
Well serviced over the years with Record File
Continuous Service History Log from 1997-2008
Previous Major Service completed at 51,945 kilometers by Munsterhuis Sportscars / Hengelo Ferrari
Continental Extreme Contact Tire – dated 2022
Summer 2023 Inspection and 'Major' Belt Service by DriverSource
Belt Service – New Belts, Tensioners, Gaskets, Seals, and Water Pump
Air Conditioning Assessment and Repair
Clean, Pressure Flush and Test Evaporator
New Condenser and Expansion Valve
Recharge and Pressure Test
Engine Oil and Brakes Fluid Flush
R&I Headliner and Leather Trim Pieces
Sony (Ferrari) XR-F21RDS Restoration
40 Hour Detailing and Steam clean of underside in preparation for sale
Supported Original VIN-Matched Owner's Manuals in Leather Folio
Owner's Manual, Owner's Warranty and Service Book, Hi-Fi System Manual and Warranty Card, Sales and Service Organization Booklet, Direct Line Book, Alarm System Instructions, Conolly Leather Phamplet and 2 Keys with Remotes
Complete with Tool Kit, Emergency Light, Tire Inflators in Case and Dust Bag, Ferrari Seat Covers and Steering Wheel Cover with Bag,
Clean Carfax & Auto Check Reports
Like the cars that made Ferrari famous in the 1950s and 1960s, the 550 Maranello is a GT meant for high-speed, cross-country travel, with all of the essential Ferrari pieces present and accounted for. Its style comes from Pininfarina; Scaglietti built the all-aluminum bodywork, and the 5.5-liter DOHC V-12 under the hood produces 479hp. The rear-mounted transaxle helps balance out this 3,726-pound car, and the six-speed manual features a classic gated shifter with a polished metal lever and knob. Conceived to be a classic from the start, Ferrari's discerning customers demanded not just out and out performance, but also drivability, luxury, and comfort.
Displaying 56,850 kms (35,324) original miles, the 550 remains well preserved throughout, including upholstery, trim and original numbered etched glass all around. The front bumber and hood were previously repainted due to normal road rash and stone chips. Both Carfax and Auto Check report a clean brief history here in the US.
The Maranello's most recent “Major Service” was commissioned in Summer 2023 at 56,600 kms, comprised of a complete timing belt service with new gaskets, seals and water pump, battery, fluids, filters, plugs and air conditioning service. Followed by a major 40 hour detailing in preparation for sale. The car performs well as expected, with excellent power and the most intoxicating sound, while manually rowing through the gears. A tremendous complement to Ferrari's iconic GTs of years past.
Ferrari's 550M as the reborn Daytona, surely ranks among the upper echelon of modern Gran Tourers. With its stunning and unique livery, recent services and unmistakably beautiful ensemble, enthusiasts and astute collectors alike are encouraged to take a closer look at this example.
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