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F355 CH

FOR SALE – Two Original Ferrari Trucks. Formerly the property of Garage Francorchamps, FIAT 900T and Fiat 238 Ferrari Service Van. Total original, never restored, handpainted (!)

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2003 Ferrari 360 GT Michelotto (1 of 20) for sale at Jan B. Lühn in Germany



1992 Ferrari 348 TS for sale


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The proposed car is a prestigious Ferrari 348 TS Challenge 1992, one of only two “pre-series” made.

In 1992 the Driver A.Marasco alias “john wayne” prepared the car in a “race” version (not challenge), to participate in the italian GT series with the Nr. 9 and various sponsors including AutoCapital and Sa.Mo.Car. , geting a Ferrari GTO homologated, in the race again after 20 years of absence in this category. From this event, starring this car, started the famous Ferrari Challenge series.

This 348 was the true promoter of the series and Ferrari itself was inspired by this first “race set-up” (first prototype of a roll-bar, seats, seat belts, headlights cover etc.) to realize later the “official 348 challenge” kit, supplied by Ferrari same to be able to participate in further competitions.

In 1993 the car was set up with the official challenge kit and participated in the 348 Challenge circuit with the Nr. 12, followed and sponsored by the dealer Sa.Mo.Car. Races and Rankings:

—-1992 / 1993 GT italian’s series Vallelunga, Misano, Mugello Finali Mondiali
—-1993 Ferrari 348 challenge Monza 28/03/1993 Vallelunga 16/05/1993 Misano 30/05/1993 Mugello 13/06/1993

Official Challenge mounted on the car set-up for sale: steering Wheel, challenge pedalboards, challenge battery switch/ cut off (in-car), OMP fire extinguisher OMP official seats, OMP VID K/C harnesses 5 Points, OMP Back Roll Bar, Cover Fog Plexiglass, Race Exhaust Ansa for 348 Challenge, Tow Hook challenge, Naka-Intake for Brakes, gear knob short gear ratios, lowered suspension flat bottom.

Current state of car: The car is in perfect condition, fully restored, engine and body; last coupon check up drive in July 2015 with replacement transmission belts. Complete of all the documents, manuals, service manual, document holder and tool kit. Technical Regulation 348 Challenge, Fiche approval and helmet Bieffe 348 challenge included. Truly perfect car, collector’s item. Possibility of having original seats, belts and exhaust.

Car is in Italy with Italian road Registration. Sales in Sales Order. Please ask for more Details and Informations.


1990 348 TS Challenge for sale
An incredible challenge car at a reasonable price!!!!
Only $69,950.00
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1990 Ferrari 348 TS Challenge
Factory Challenge 348 – Raced at Mugello World Cup – Just out of Museum

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Authentic and Original Ferrari challenge car campaigned from 1994 (first year of Challenge) thru 1996 by Col Carlson

Highly collectible

From the Evergreen Historic Automobile Collection
*2 Podium finishes at Morosso
*Cavallino Platinum Concourse Award
*Raced at nearly all tracks including World Finals at Mugello, Italy in 1994
*Original seats, AC and seat belts put back in car for street use
*Includes original eOMP 348 Challenge racing seats, seat belts and OMP roll cage
*An original, low-mileage 348 Challenge car
*Only 27,155 miles recorded
*Two owners from new


Ferrari’s Type 348 was introduced in late 1989 as the successor to the 328, and as with the latter, was offered in both closed and open form. Both the TB coupe, or Transversale Berlinetta, and its Targa-roofed sibling TS Spider were constructed on a steel monocoque, making it the first Ferrari to comply with new international crash testing standards.

In 1993, the Dutch Ferrari Club created the “348 Challenge” for owners of this model, and other Ferrari Clubs quickly followed suit. Owners could purchase special safety equipment packages and go racing against other mechanically-identical, street-legal cars. 59 cars participated in the final 1993 contest at Mugello, Italy, and the single-model race idea expanded to Western Europe, Japan, and the United States the following year. The series continued until the model was replaced by the 355.

This Ferrari 348 TS Challenge was fitted with a “Challenge Kit” in 1993 and proved very competitive in the hands of its original owner, Kurt Carlson of Rockport, Illinois, from 1994 through 1996. Carlson drove this car at many Challenge series events, including the 1994 World Final at Mugello. He twice scored podium finishes at the former Moroso Motorsports Park in Florida. Registered to the Meredith Alice Carlson Trust, it was awarded a Platinum Concours trophy at Cavallino. This car was acquired in 2012 by the Evergreen Historic Automobile Collection in Lebanon, Missouri, and placed on static display. It was last fully serviced in 2010, but re-commissioned with new fluids in November 2016 and has been driven fewer than 10 miles since. Its odometer indicates a total of 27,155 mile, and is described as in very good original condition with all systems working properly.

Liveried in Ferrari Red over tan leather, it is supplied with its original seats, factory air conditioning, and seat belts, which were put back in the car for street use. It includes its tool roll, original racing seats, competition belts and roll cage. Only a few hundred 348s ever saw a race track; this example would be welcomed at any Ferrari club track event or Concours.

Last major was performed in 2011 and has only been stored inside a museum since then. Car performs flawlessly, engine starts first turn over with no valve train noise or smoke pulls nicely through all the gears. Transmission shifts through all the gears as it should and clutch is in great shape. All electric components work, AC blows cold.



1996 Ferrari F355 Challenge – Street legal – Championship winner

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The car got a reastauration with a engine out Service.
Street leagal with German “Fahrzeugbrief”, original Service book and a big racing history.
Misano 1.
Vallelunga 2.
Brno 1.
Mugello 2.
Mugello 2.
Vallelunga 3.
Monza 1.
Mugello 3.
Misano 1.
Pergusa 2.
Monza 2.
Imola 3.
Mugello 1.
Imola 3.
Pergusa 2.
Vallelunga 1.
Misano 1.
Misano 2.
Imola 2.
Magione 3.
Mugello 1.
Monza 2.
Vallalunga 1.
Finali Mondiali Vallelunga 1.
1:43 Scale Modell
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1995 Ferrari F355 Challenge, Street legal, Championship winner

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The Ferrari Challenge series is a single-marque racing championship, that was created so that Ferrari owners could become involved in motor racing. It started in 1993 with the 348 Challenge and then progressed to the F355 Challenge in 1995. Each one of these started out as a standard Berlinetta (coupe), which was then modified with a factory supplied kit of performance accessories (at an additional cost to the customer of some $30,000!!). However, the next car in the Challenge series, the 360 Challenge (and also every subsequent Challenge car) was only available with the F1 paddle shift transmission, a move bemoaned by many racing purists and one that has therefore only heightened the appeal and demand for the F355 version. Thrilling to drive on the track and easily maintained, with no complicated computer controls or electronic shifting, these superb, factory built racecars are destined to be one of the most sought after racing machines from Maranello.

This particular 355 was campaigned extensively (and very successfully) in the North American Challenge Series, from 1997 to 2000. With many first places across the country, throughout its career, it was actually 1st overall, in the 2000 season!

What makes this car even more special however, is the fact that it is titled for road use. A total of just 108 F355 Challenge cars were built (18 of which were right hand drive), making them extremely rare, but finding a road legal example, with a US title, is far rarer still (possibly, one of only two such cars in the US and one of only ten worldwide).

This therefore, represents an unparalleled opportunity to purchase not only one of the rarest examples of the last manual transmission, Ferrari Challenge cars, but also a championship-winning one with a superb racing history!

1997 Ferrari F355 Challenge USA:
Driver: Carlos Hank Jr.
Sebring March 15-16, 5th
Texas World Speedway April 26-27, Race one: 1st, Race two: 2nd
Sears Point May 16-17, 1st
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve June 13-15, 2nd
Lime Rock August 1-2, Race one 2nd, Race two 1st
Las Vegas Motor Speedway September 18-20, 4th
Ferrari Challenge International Finals, Pergusa, Italy November 7-9
Race one 6th, Race two 5th
USA Championship 3rd (1670 pts)

1998 Ferrari F355 Challenge USA:
Driver: Carlos Hank Jr.
Lime Rock June 26-27, Race one 1st, Race two 6th
Road Atlanta August 1-2, Race one 4th, Race two 3rd
Pikes Peak September 19-20, 18th

1999 Ferrari F355 Challenge USA:
Color changed to Argento, car number 69
Driver: Christian Briggs
Willow Springs March 5-7, 11th
Sebring March 19-21, 9th
Homestead April 16-18, Race one 19th, Race two 15th, Enduro 3rd
Lime Rock June 25-27, Race one 16th, Race two 14th, Enduro 8th
Road Atlanta August 6-8, Race one 7th, Race two 18th, Enduro 5th
Laguna Seca October 9-10, 15th
USA Championship 10th (tie), Endro 5th

2000 Ferrari F355 Challenge USA:
Driver: Christian Briggs
Homestead April 9, 1st
Pikes Peak April 29, 1st
Road Atlanta May 19, 13th (fastest qualifier 1:34.944/95.551mph)
Road Atlanta May 20, 1st
Road Atlanta May 21, Enduro 11th
Montreal June 18, 6th (F355)
Lime Rock July 14th, 3rd
Road America August 5-6, Race one 1st, Race two 1st
Indianapolis Motor Speedway September 23-24, Race one 2nd (F355), Race two 6th (F355)
USA Championship 1st overall, Enduro 13th overall
World finals Mugello, Italy December 18, 1st

It has just completed a full, engine-out service at a cost of over $19,000 and is consequently ready to enjoy on the road & track immediately!

The Ferrari is in Los Angeles, more Infos: HERE


1998 Ferrari F355 Challenge “Evoluzione”

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Serial Number – 111869

1998 Ferrari F355 Challenge – Factory Challenge “Type A – Evoluzione” – 1 of 40 in the world
6-Speed Gated Manual Transmission
Original Color – Blue Pozzi in 1998
Double Orange Stripes added in 1999
Painted Nero with Double Silver Stripes in 2003

VIN – ZFFXR41A0W0111869
11,874 Miles


1. It’s one of the most heavily, and famously, sponsored Ferrari F355 Challenge Cars in the North American Series. It’s sponsors included:
a. Discovery Channel – John Hendricks
b. Speedvision – Roger Werner – became Speed Channel then Fox Sports
c. STARZ!, BET, Encore Media, Showtime, The Movie Channel – John Sie
d. Commscope – Frank Drendel – designs and builds the connectivity for many of the world’s most advanced cable and internet networks.
e. General Instrument – specializing in semiconductors and cable television equipment – past CEO was Donald Rumsfeld… / Acquired by Google then Arris
f. Antec – John Egan – pioneered development of optical products for the cable television industry / Acquired Nortel then changed name to Arris

2. Original owner / driver was Tim Robertson of Virginia Beach, VA – The Family Channel CEO, Co-founder of Major League Lacrosse, and son of evangelist minister and presidential candidate Pat Robertson
3. Car is a factory built Challenge Car and is one of 40 Final Evoluzione versions – authentically restored with all original parts and correct livery.
4. Fully documented race history, maintenance and ownership history.
5. Very well maintained example – It has a new gas tank and all new fuel lines – those two simple items should tell you plenty on it’s current condition and caretakers.
6. Lower mileage example
7. No leaks or drips. No Check Engine Lights. No Slowdown Lights.
8. Honest, knowledgable Seller, and regular on with multiple F355 in the same garage

Car has the following Upgrades

1. Steel Valve Guides
2. Factory Challenge Exhaust (designed similarly to a tubi) – also includes a second original Straight-Pipe Challenge Exhaust (the very loud one)
3. Fabspeed straight pipes without bypass valve
4. All Plastic Parts (that are known to get sticky) have been refinished and restored with lazer-etched , proper graphics by Sticky RX.
5. Carbon Fiber Door Panels
6. Lightweight Headlight Buckets
7. Wired with roof antenna for radio communication capability


1. Minor rock chips on nose and 2” crack on front bumper from track curbing
2. Typical buttress cracks seen on all F355 berlinetta’s
3. One rear heat shield over cv boot is worn and should be replaced
4. Undertray fiberglass has some chips from track curbing
5. Leather pulling on dash instrument pod
6. Rear Window is curved Plexi – some might call that a pro as it is lighter weight and cannot crack
7. Does not include headlights or headlight motors (rules allowed deleting these items for racing)
8. Horn does not operate
9. Has correct North American Turn Signals but they do not do not operate – (rules allowed deleting these items for racing)

Detailed Maintenance History

1. Replaced Engine – Foreign Cars Italia – at Road Atlanta using the North American Ferrari Service Truck – August 1998 – Foreign Cars Italia
2. Rebuilt Gearbox – March 1999 – Ferrari of Atlanta
3. Replace Clutch and Flywheel – June 1999 – Ferrari of Atlanta
4. Replace Windshield – October 2002 – Ferrari of Atlanta
5. Engine Out / Belts – April 2005 – Lake Forest Sportscars
6. Engine Out / Belts – December 2009 – Lake Forest Sportscars
7. Brake Rotors / Pads – January 2011 – Lake Forest Sportscars
8. Replaced all Fuel lines / hoses / gas tank / Fire suppression system – January 2012 – Lake Forest Sportscars
9. Engine Out / Belts – February 2015 – Lake Forest Sportscars

Ownership History

1. Tim Robertson – Virginia Beach, Virginia – Feb 1998 thru March 2001, Media CEO and son of evangelist minister and presidential candidate Pat Robertson, also owner of Ferrari 360 Challenge raced in the series
2. Bob Mayer – Atlanta, Georgia – March 2001 thru May 2003, raced in the SCCA Atlanta T1 series, owner of Ferrari F355 Berlinetta
3. Gary Kachadurian – Chicago, Illinois – May 2003 thru Sept 2004, real estate magnet – multiple Ferrari owner including 512tr, F355 berlinetta and others
4. Rick Mancuso – Chicago, Illinois – October 2004 thru January 2011, President of Lake Forest Sportscars – an official Ferrari dealer in Chicago, multiple Ferrari owner of many rare street and race cars. Is an original sponsor of the Ferrari Challenge Series
5. Ken Griffin – Chicago, Illinois – February 2011 thru February 2015, CEO of global investment firm “Citadel”, multiple Ferrari owner including LaFerrari, Enzo, etc…
6. Robb Williamson and his brother – February 2015 to Present –Corporate Location Photographer and Doctor, owners of other Ferrari F355 Berlinetta, Ferrari F355 GTS, Ferrari 328 GTS.

Additional Items Included

1. OEM Speedline Challenge Rims in silver with slicks currently on the car (used one weekend) – Extra spare Set of OEM Speedline Challenge Rims in silver (without tires) to use for additional slicks or rain tires
2. OEM Window Safety Netting and mount
3. OEM OMP Fire Extinguisher Tank
4. OEM Leather owner’s pouch with all books, manuals, and papers – 1998
5. Scanned OEM Challenge Rules and Regulation booklets for 1998, 1999, and 2000 seasons
6. One OEM Key – one aftermarket copy
7. Two OEM A.E. Lorioli keychain – 1998
8. Original Leather Key Fob from Foreign Cars Italia – 1998
9. OEM steering wheel cover, two seat covers, and red nylon carry bag – aftermarket red car cover to fit over wing
10. OEM emergency service light
11. OEM Leather stereo blank plate installed in car
12. Original History Monograph with all complete scanned race records and team paperwork
13. Original Team crew Shirt from Race Team
14. Original T-Shirt from Race Team
15. OEM F355 Press Kit Brochure
16. OEM F355 Leather tool case – missing some tools and 2 trays
17. Binder with Hard Copies of all maintenance service records
18. B&W Xerox Copy of MSO (Manufacturer Statement of Origin – Certificate of Origin of Vehicle)
19. USB thumb drive with digital copies of all history and records
20. IN-car video of training sessions
21. Digital copy of Montreal Challenge Race in 1998 with letter documentation
22. Historic Photos of car racing in Ferrari Challenge series
23. Current Photos of Car on track


You will find very few Ferrari Challenge cars anywhere in the world more complete. Few F355 Challenge cars come up for sale in a year. When you see one, look closely for what it is “not” coming with. Look at all the parts that are not original or what it is missing. Many of the cars in the US ran in the SCCA racing series and lost much originality with changes to the car because of their different regulations. Then look to see if the car looks like rats have made it home with owners that just did not care and put away very wet without much care. You will find many challenge cars in this condition. It will take quite a lot of money to bring them back and that is just the aesthetics. All the small things add up. We have seen other challenge cars with mechanical difficulties due to lack of use and owner neglect. I’d think most buying a Ferrari for the track would love it to run like an industrial sewing machine – one that just purs and goes and goes, and goes without issues. If a car is missing parts – they are likely to never be seen again. Then there is the question about the car’s sponsorship. Was it sponsored by a local dentist or did it have backing like The Discovery Channel, Speedvision, and major Cable Entertainment Channels? It would seem that the latter is likely to look great anywhere and will continue to hold interest and demand throughout the future. Does the car have interesting history? Do you know what place it finished or is there no clue as to it’s original driver and their story of how they got involved in the series?

So if you are looking for a complete car and one that you can proudly put in your collection, look no further. We started with a good Ferrari – it is now a great Ferrari. It’s now up to the new owner to pick and choose how to enjoy. The sky is the limit.


F355 Challenge car values seem to float around $130k for a car without history – these are usually missing many original challenge parts like seats, the roll cage, brakes, etc – or one that looks like it has sat with the rats and was put away very wet. There is a huge difference between the lower priced cars and the higher priced cars. There is also a difference in value for the Factory Challenge cars and Evolutione cars which are rarer in number. The nice cars have been sold for as high as $245,000 to collectors in Europe in recent history.

This car is priced firmly at $185,000 based on completeness of records, parts, and famous corporate sponsorship. We are open to trade(s) of other Ferrari’s or challenge cars.

The car comes with a B&W Xerox copy of the MSO (Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin). Depending on different states or countries, this may enable a collector to register the car for street driving. We are still working with the original driver who is searching his storage for the original document. – But the car is definitely better suited on track with its precise, and tight suspension, lower ground clearance, and other track focused features. It shines on the track and will leave many newer street Ferrari’s in the dust there.

If you are a collector and want a Challenge car with unique history and fame, then look no further and just enjoy. Contact me for further information.

Full Race History

1998 Ferrari Challenge Season
Tim Robertson – # 91
April 25-26 – Homestead, FL
Race One – 15th
Race Two – 15th
Endurance Challenge – 5th
May 9-10, 1998 – Texas World Speedway, TX
Race One – 18th
June 5-7, 1998 – Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Race One – 18th
June 26-27, 1998 – Lime Rock Park, CT
Race One – 16th
Race Two – 14th
Endurance Challenge – 14th
August 1-2, 1998 – Road Atlanta, GA
Race One – DNS
Race Two – DNS
Endurance Race – DNS
Septmber 19-20, 1998 – Pikes Peak International Raceway, CO
Race One – DNS
Race Two – DNS
Endurance Race – DNS
November 7-8, 1998 – Imola, Italy
Did not attend

1998 Season Final Drivers Standings – 21st with 260 points
1998 Season Endurance Challenge Championship – 16th

1999 Ferrari Challenge Season
Tim Robertson – # 91 – Ferrari of Atlanta
Phoenix, AZ
Race One – 10th
Race Two – 10th
Endurance Race – 5th
March 5-7, 1999 – Willow Springs, CA
Race One – 16th
March 19-21, 1999 – Sebring FL
Race One – 12th
April 16-18, 1999 – Homestead, FL
Race One – 14th
Race Two – 10th
Endurance Race – 9th
June 25-27, 1999 Lime Rock Park, CT
Race One – 20th
Race Two – 18th
Endurance Race – 6th – Tim Robertson / Matt Drendel
August 6-8, 1999 – Road Atlanta, GA
Race One – 11th
Race Two – 9th
Endurance Race – 6th
October 9-10, 1999 – Laguna Seca, Salinas, CA
Race One – 22nd
November 5-7, 1999 – Vallelunga, Rome, Italy
Did not attend
December 3-5, 1999 – Homestead, Florida
Challenge Enduro 6-hour race – Tim Robertson raced in the # 77 car with Jim McCormick, Sandy Reddin, and Allie Ash – 4th

1999 Season Final Drivers Standings – 9th
1999 Season Endurance Challenge Championship – 3rd
1999 Season Dealer Championship – 4th
1999 Season Dealer Endurance Championship – 2nd

2000 Ferrari Challenge Season
Tim Robertson – # 16
May 19, 2000 – Road Atlanta, GA
Race One – 8th
Race Two – 5th
Joe Masessa / Michael Louli / Philip Shearer – # 16 – Ferrari of Atlanta
29 Nov -3 Dec, 2000 – Homestead, FL
Challenge Enduro 6-hour race / race concluded early for safety concerns with 17 360’s and 5 F355’s – 12th overall



Street legal Ferrari F355 challenge for sale

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Year: 1995
Model: 355 Challenge
SN: 102457

In a nutshell, not going to bore you with a novel, if you want a 355 Challenge you know this car.
Car is Black now as it won the Championship in 2013
Located in Los Angeles, California


Originally the car was white, special ordered with the brightest white leather interior, carpeting (ala Miami Vice Testorossa) for the owner of World Wide Motors in Rockland County NY.
Comes with original super white door panels and center console. Lots of the original parts also, too many to list.

Car delivered to Wide World of Motors, Spring Valley NY with incorrect Cyl heads (348). car sent back to Ferrari Italy for engine “correction” Then proceeded to win in the Challenge series.

1996-7 Tom Papadopoulos – F355 Challenge Champion (Wide World of Motors Campaigned)
1998-2001 Kurt Carlson
2007-2013 Greg Griffin. F355 Challenge Champion 2013 (Speedworks Campaigned, extensive paperwork )

This car is unrestored 100% race patina from years of Challenge Racing, no leather smell here just the pheromones of Champions. This may be the last un molested true race car from that era. Ready for a Museum or continue gentleman racing

Car has been and continues to be titled, street registered in the USA. One of the original 32 to still fly it’s true colors as intended.

Car is a blast to drive, I still take it to the track stretching its legs as intended by Ferrari and street drive to special events locally.
$249k or interesting trades



Road Legal RHD F355 Challenge for sale

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1996 Road Legal Ferrari F355 Challenge for sale in Monaco

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1996 Ferrari F355 Challenge for sale in CH


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This car is worth to be discussed, becouse ist an interesting example. Why? Look at the board HERE


1997 Ferrari F355 Challenge for sale in US


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Not really a lot of Informations on the Website.

Asking is 129.000 US $, Service is done.


1998 Ferrari F355 Challenge for sale in US


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1998 Ferrari F355 Challenge 25,710km 111496 (Euro) Factory Challenge car, originally ran in the Europe Central Ferrari Challenge Series, Driven by Peter van Merksteyn NL # 88 in 1998-1999, Imported into the U.S in 2001 and used for DE events and Ferrari club events. In 2010 the car was entered into the Ferrari Club Racing/ Challenge Club Racing til present. Engine and transmission was rebuilt in 6/2005 at 14,495km. Major Belt service preformed in 2/15/2014 23,500km.

Currently in Challenge Club Racing specification with updated Seat and Central Fire suppression system. Also SVRA vintage eligible and eligible for Maranello Cup series ( HSR). Otherwise very stock original Challenge Series Spec car. 58.64 sec lap times at Limerock park this July. Includes additional set of Challenge spec Speedline wheels.



1997 Ferrari F355 Challenge/GT for sale in Italy


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Ferrari F355 Challenge ’95 for sale in Paris


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Ferrari 355 Challenge
Année : 1995
Couleur : rouge Kilométrage : 19000 Kms
Prix : NC
Caractéristiques :
355 challenge course . 2 propriétaires. voiture qui sort d’un full service complet a Maranello chez Toni Autos
Commentaires : 355 ayant participé au Challenge UK en 1995/96/97/98 avec Chris White . Voiture compétitive avec palmares.

Ferrari 575 GTC #2022 for sale in UK at DK Engineering
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The last of the modern-day, V12-engined Ferrari GT cars, the 575M GTC harked back to the heyday of traditional 1950s and ’60s Grand Touring machines that were developed into a dominant race cars.

Enzo Ferrari’s large-capacity, front-engined machines cleaned up in international competition, winning all the sportscar racing classics, including the Le Mans 24 Hours, the Sebring 12 Hours, the Mille Miglia and the Targa Florio.

Soon after Ferrari quit the endurance-racing scene at the end of 1973 with the Competizione Daytona to concentrate on its struggling Formula 1 fortunes, it was privateer teams who picked up the baton and ran with it, continuing to campaign the famous ‘red cars’ in national and international events from that moment on.

By the 1990s GT Endurance racing had reached a peak with the BPR series and then FIA GT. Coincidentally Ferrari had also released their first front engined V12 GT since the fabled Daytona with the 550 Maranello. With widespread acclaim for the 550 and the success of the FIA GT series the connection was too much and so a group of privateers working with English team Prodrive developed a 550 Race Car.

The 550 race cars, dubbed 550 GTS, were produced by British firm Prodrive largely in secret from the factory. The cars’ success in the FIA GT Championship, a global series created with the blessing of motorsport’s governing body, spawned a huge amount of interest. When the car won the super-competitive GT class at Le Mans in 2003, that interest only increased. Ferrari had now taken notice and would launch the 575 GTC program producing the first factory sanctioned V12 GT race car in over 30 years.

Ferrari subcontracted the Fiat Group’s long-time competition partner N-Technology, founded by Mauro Sipsz and Monica Bregoli, to build just a dozen cars.

Featuring increased capacity, to 5,997cc, thanks to a longer stroke, new camshafts and uprated fuel injection in the V12 powerplant, the 575M GTC represented the most up-to-date and powerful incarnation of a legendary breed of Ferrari competition cars.

Chassis number 2220 was the 10th in what was a production run of just 12 575 Maranello GTCs built by N-Technology. It also one of just four cars upgraded to 575 GTC EVO specification at eye watering cost. It first appeared on track for the official FIA GT Championship test at the mid-point of the 2004 season at the legendary Spa-Francorchamps circuit.

Run by the GPC Giesse Squadra Corse team, the car set the fastest time during the test at the home of the Belgian Grand Prix and 24-hour endurance classic, with former Grand Prix driver Mika Salo at the wheel. The Finn, who would win two FIA GT Championship races later that year in an AF Corse Maserati MC12, shared the car with Italian Fabio Babini.

Still yet to take part in full-blown competition, the car appeared at the pre-season FIA GT test at Monza in March 2005, this time run by former F1 racer Loris Kessel’s eponymous team. Spaniard Jaime Melo was on duty that day at the historic Italian venue and set the fifth fastest time.

Back in the hands of GPC, chassis 2220 was duly entered for its first race a few weeks later at Imola, round one of the 2005 Italian GT Championship. The death of Pope John Paul II meant the race was cancelled after qualifying, so the car’s first track appearance was postponed.

The second round took place at Misano, with Italians Stefano Livio and Fabio Santaniello finally able to give chassis 2220 its competition debut. They finished fourth and sixth in the two races, taking fourth overall in the final, aggregate result.

GPC entered the car in six more Italian GT Championship races that year – at Vallelunga, Monza, Hungaroring, Magione, Mugello and, for the final time, Vallelunga once more, with Livio and Santaniello securing their best result of the year in Hungary courtesy of a third-place finish.

Before that breakthrough podium finish at the Hungaroring, the car once again took part in the traditional FIA GT test at Spa. Although still under the GPC banner, three different drivers – Belgian trio Loic Deman, Stéphane Lémeret and Frédéric Bouvy – were on driving duty. They ended the weekend with the seventh fastest time, with the sister 575M GTC taking 14th on the timesheets.

The car’s motorsport pedigree ramped up with its maiden international appearance in November 2005, when GPC entered it into the penultimate round of the FIA GT Championship in Dubai. The car, now driven by Andrea Montermini and Marco Cioci, qualified eighth, one place behind the sister car, driven by Jean-Denis Deletraz and Andrea Piccini. Transmission failure put paid to the #3 machine’s efforts, although it would get another chance on the international stage one week later in the FIA GT season finale in Bahrain.

Montermini and Cioci qualified 11th in the desert and fought their way up to an impressive sixth place at the Sakhir track, home of the Bahrain Grand Prix.

With its racing career at an end, and the car having had no substantial accident or fire damage, it was subsequently sold into private hands by Corsa Clienti in March 2006. It has subsequently taken part in various events, including the Cavallino track event at Palm Beach International Raceway in Florida and an SVRA event at Sebring in 2007, it has not been seen in Public since Cavallino, Palm Beach in 2010.

Ferrari 575M GTC chassis #2220 has been meticulously maintained throughout its life and, since retiring from competition, only been used on sporadic occasions for privately organised track days. With a price tag today that’s a fraction of its original cost, the car represents a fabulous opportunity to acquire a genuine Factory sanctioned Competition V12.



2002 Prodrive Ferrari 550 GTC for sale

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Fantastic car with big history, 5 times Le Mans 24H. For sale at Girardo & Co., seen at the Retro Mobile Paris

2002 Ferrari 550 Maranello Prodrive
Chassis no. ZFFZR49B000113136

The sports car racing division of the Swiss “Care Group” was started 2000 in partnership with Prodrive, for the development of a racing version of the Ferrari 550 Maranello, to compete in the FIA GT and then ALMS GT1 Championships. The cars were fitted with the naturally aspirated V12 engine enlarged from 5.5 to 6.0 litres, which was mated to a sequential Xtrac gearbox. Despite the series-mandated air restrictors, the V12 developed 600 or more horsepower! Period rules allowed extensive modifications to the donor 550s. All-new suspension and Peter Sevens-designed carbon-fibre bodywork widened the cars roughly 2.6 inches to the maximum allowable 2 meters. A new front splitter and rear wing were proven in the wind tunnel.

In a racing history, which almost paralleled the Audi R8, the Prodrive-built and developed cars humbled the Ferrari factory’s own version of much the same car (the 575 GT1) and went head to head with everything from the factory-run Chevrolet Corvettes through to the Maserati MC12s, and proved ultimately competitive, having clinched the 2005 LMES GT1 title – making three consecutive seasons of title winning form for the cars. The record includes five championship wins in total: LMES GT1 in both 2004 and ‘05, FIA GTs overall in 2003 and ‘04, and the Italian GT Championship in 2005 too.

Of the major world endurance races, the cars have triumphed in the Spa 24 Hours in 2004 and the ‘GT1’ win at both the Le Mans 24 Hours and Petit Le Mans in 2003.

Another astonishing statistic is that the cars have triumphed in the ‘GT1’ class in nine out of 10 of the LMES races, including the 2003 ‘preview’ race at the Bugatti circuit, just the 2005 Nurburgring win by the Convers Bank Aston Martin spoiling the sequence – ironically the ‘next generation’ GT1 project from Prodrive.

With the project majoring on providing a well-engineered, reliable and blindingly fast package for customer teams, the above results are perhaps no surprise. All in all, the cars achieved a colossal 47 pole positions, and a further 66 podium finishes to add to the 49 race wins! Those race wins came in not just the LMES and FIA GT Championships, but also the ALMS and French, Italian and Spanish GT Championships.

Car number 03 offered here was built in 2002 and made its track debut with Tomas Enge at the Le Mans 24 Hour test day in May. Enge set a fastest time of 3:52.070, the fastest of the day in the GTS class ahead of the Chrysler Vipers and a couple of Corvettes.

03 returned to Le Mans one month later to compete in the famed 24-hour race. Enge was pilot again and joined by Rickard Rydell and Alain Menu with the trio achieving pole position in class. Sadly after 174 laps the car retired, but its raw pace was immediately evident. For the remainder of the 2002 season, 03 was entered in three rounds of the American Le Mans Series, Laguna Seca, Miami and Road Atlanta, achieving a class win and two podiums.

For 2003, Prodrive worked with Solution F to run the car at the first FFSA event at Nogaro in Spain where the car was piloted by Luc Alphand and Jérôme Policand. For the Le Mans test day and 24 Hour race, Alphand and Policand were joined by Frédéric Dor, the visionary of the 550 Prodrive program, who was making his Le Mans debut. Alphand was a former ski champion turned race/rally driver, and Policand had competed at Le Mans seven times previously, including driving a Ferrari 333SP in 1998 and 1999. For the Le Mans event the car was finished in a light blue, white and grey wrap. In the 24 hour race the car completed 298 laps and finished 5th in the LM GTS class. After the race, the wrap was removed and the car competed in eight remaining rounds of the ALMS championship, only interrupted once when it returned to Le Mans again to take a class win in the 1000 KM race held in November. During its time competing in the 2003 ALMS Championship, 03 claimed three more class wins along with three further podium finishes, resulting in 2nd overall in the American Le Mans Series Championship.

The 2004 season was short, but sweet for car 03. It competed at only one race, the Le Mans 24 Hours. However, the main highlight was that ex-World Rally Champion, Colin McRae, was to join Darren Turner and Ricard Rydell. McRae said “Ever since I saw the Steve McQueen Le Mans film as a kid, I’ve wanted to race at Le Mans. It’s simply the biggest race in the world.” Prior to competing at Le Mans, McRae would test with car 03 over five days at Paul Ricard, and on the famed 24 Hours circuit in April. Come June, 03 completed 329 laps of Le Mans, resulting in a 3rd place in class, 9th overall. After the event, McRae said “That was harder than any driving I’ve ever done in my life. A long Dakar stage is easy in comparison.”

2005 was to be 03’s busiest season, it would complete in 16 races across two championships resulting in another six podium finishes. Throughout the 2005 season the car was run by Rob Schirle’s Cirtek Motorsport with three different entrants depending upon the championship, Russian Age Racing (FIA GT), Convers Team (LMES) and Cirtek Motorsport (Le Mans – non-championship). Rob Schirle commented, “Cirtek is very pleased to have been chosen to lead this new age of Russian motorsport, especially as it is a long-term project. We want to be seen as a major player in GT Racing, and in the FIA GT Championship in particular. Our partnership with Care Racing, and use of one of its stable of Ferrari 550s is a vital part of that package. I’m really looking forward to adding to the tally of race victories already achieved by the car in the past. Nicolai (Fomenko) tested the car in December and loved it, and Alexei (Vasiliev) is a quick driver. It is a major boost, however, to have Christophe (Bouchut) on board, with all the experience he gained with the car last year. There is still a lot of work to do, but we are quietly confident.”

As with previous seasons, 03 again returned to Le Mans where it would be driven by Christophe Bouchut, Alexei Vasiliev and Nicolai Fomenko. The car again performed well and the team brought 03 home in 5th place in class. The car finished 3rd overall in the 2005 Le Mans Endurance Series.

For the 2006 season Cirtek Motorsport switched to the Aston Martin DBR9, a car which Prodrive developed with many of the features first seen on the Prodrive 550 Maranello. Car 03s only appearances in 2006 were at Le Mans for the test day and 24-hour race in June. Sadly, the final appearance for 03 would result in a failure to finish after 124 laps.

In conclusion, this car has competed in 33 events, claimed 14 podium finishes, 10 pole positions and won 5 races!



One of the 12 Ferrari 575 GTC ever produced for SALE


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With only one owner from new and always raced and serviced by JMB racing, #2204 was raced in FIA GT in 2004, entered the 24h du Mans in 2005 and Le Mans series 2005.

In total, #2204 entered more than 18 races between the 2004 and 2005 seasons. Mainly driven by Antoine Gosse, Peter Kutemann, Stephane Daoudi, Andrea Garbagnati and Hans Hugenholtz. The engine has totally been overhauled in early 2015, with new liners, pistons, valves and bearings and never used since.

This Ferrari 575 GTC Chassis 2204 is for sale today, with one set of spare wheels.


FERRARI 575 GTC COMPETIZIONE for sale in France


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The first and only race winner ever
One of the twelve Ferrari 575 GTCs raced in the FIA GT Championship
605bhp and 1,100 kg
Certified by FERRARI

Racing History:
1st FIA GT ESTORIL in 2003 with P. Peter / F. Babini
4th FIA GT MONZA in 2003 with P. Peter / F. Babini
Model : 575 GTC Competizione
Type : Race car
Chassis : F131MGT2208
Color : Red
Drive : LHD
Price : POA


2003 Ferrari 575 GTC for sale

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This fantastic car is chassis 000GTM, the very first 360 GT built by Michelotto and sold to JMB Racing to take part to the FIA GT. It has an extensive racing history, as follow :
– 2000 : FIA GT car #70
– 2001 : FIA GT car #63 – Championship winner by team
– 2002 : FIA GT car #52
– 2003 : Daytona 24h / car #22 – Sebring 12h car #29 / Le Mans Testings car #70
Sold to GPC in 2004
– 2005 : FIA GT car#86
Since its retirement the car has been kept preciously in a private collection. In 2016 it was brought to Art & Revs to receive a complete service and is perfectly working. It is in excellent original condition having always been entered by top teams and maintained regardless of cost.
000GTM has the very late specifications including the desirable Hewland 6 speeds sequential gearbox.
This is a truly unique opportunity to acquire an important piece of Ferrari racing history and the very first of Michelotto’s fabulous Ferrari Berlinetta V8.
In the end of the 90s Ferrari was not motivated with other racing programs than the F1 and the Challenge series. With the launch in 1999 from the 360 Modena there was however a great basis for a new GT race car and a proper racing program. After racing successfully 333 SPs in the FIA Sport Cars championship and Le Mans, JMB Racing who had developed a close relationship with Ferrari and Michelotto finally got the authorization to develop and race 360s in the new FIA – N/GT category. Originally Ferrari being reluctant, only 3 cars were built for the 2000 FIA GT season, numbered 000/001/002GTM. After a difficult start the performance and reliability came and in 2001 JMB won both FIA N/GT driver and team titles. This great result encouraged Ferrari to build a proper customer program for the 360 in FIA N/GT & ACO GTLM, in 2002 the car was then available for private teams and a total of about 20 cars were built until 2005 and the replacement by the F430 GT. This was the start of a new area for Ferrari in GT and the success story continued with the 430, 458 and 488s.
Price : Inquire
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2006 430 GT2 for sale in France


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– 2006 Ferrari F430 GT2 – Chassis 2450

This Ferrari F430 GT2 has a huge racing history. It was raced in:

– 2006 FIA GT driven by Peter Kutemann, Antoine Gosse and JP Malcher
– 2007 Le Mans Series
– 2008 Le Mans Series, 24h du Mans (4th in its category)
– Various races in 2009 (Winter Series, Le Mans Series), 2010 and 2011

(full racing history is available upon request).

This F430 GT2 was in the same ownership since new and was raced and serviced by JMB.

The engine has been overhauled by Michelotto in November 2012 and a shakedown has been completed two weeks later. The car never raced since.

This F430 GT2 is for sale with a spare engine and some spare parts.


Ferrari F430 Challenge for sale

2007 Ferrari 430 Challenge Chassis number: 146686

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Started life in the hands of an Italian team and competed in the Ferrari Challenge series in 2007. Post it’s arrival in the UK FF Corse ran the car in the 2010 Ferrari F430 Challenge, achieving a win at Knockhill on June 27th. The car was then sold and run by Graham Reeder.
Bob Houghton then purchased this car for his own track day only use, changed the clutch and did a full service on the car and did did 162 miles at Donington, 243 miles at Ascari and 186 at Silverstone.

146686 comes complete with the steel brakes, updated aero and ECU’s, V-Box data logger and two sets of 19″ wheels, has had no major accidents and is ready to go.

Interesting / quality trade welcome.



For sale – Ferrari F430 Challenge


Ferrari F430 Challenge Car
Vin #: ZFFEX63X000151147

Multi-Championship Winning Car, fresh off winning the International GT Maranello Cup Championship. This car has been meticulously maintained through every season, is mechanically flawless, and ready to compete for a 2017 Championship. In order to be competitive, you have to have a proper spares package to go with it and this car has it. Nearly every single sensor and wear item that could be expected to fail in a race event is included. The spare package ALONE is work over $30k dollars. This car has won every race in the 2016 season and never had a single DNF or DNS. There is no better sorted and reliable 430 Challenge Car.

Noteable Items:
Full Aero package
Capristo Headers & Custom Built 2.5″ Straight Pipes
Girodisc Steel Rotor conversion w/ Raybestos Racing Pads
Engine was recently replaced with a brand new Ferrari crate engine.
All suspension bushings are tight, most of them were freshly replaced
All saftey equipment including the fire system is up to date.
Fuel Cells have been replaced.
6 Sets of wheels, New never used rains are mounted, other wheels have slicks with 1-4 heat cycles. Plenty of good rubber to go testing and even racing through your first event.

Spares package includes:
Wheel Bearings
Exhaust parts
Suspension Parts
Over 30 Engine and Transmission Sensors
F1 System Acuator and other components
Wiring Harnesses
Complete Soft Spring and Shock Kit
Complete Swaybar Packages
Complete Fuel Pump Assemblies
and many many more
A complete spares package list can be forwarded to any interested party.

For more information and photos please contact:

Chris Coffey
Norwood Auto Italia
(972) 831-8111



2006 Ferrari F430 Challenge for sale in US

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VIN: ZFFEX63X000152246

PRICE: $129,000

This 2006 Ferrari 430 Challenge is the winner of the 2012 Forza CCR Championship.  The car’s body is in almost perfect shape underneath wrap, and is painted its original black color. The engine has been fully refreshed, and currently has only 1 race since rebuild (9/2016).  Total car Km’s is 13,987, and the current clutch wear is 27.89%.  The car has been meticulously maintained by our championship winning race team, and the current owner has spared no expense in maintaining this car.  The car is free of any tub damage, and has never been in any major on track incidents.

The car is fitted the following:

  • Capristo steel brake conversion
  • Full Capristo GT hedders and straight pipe exhaust
  • Full carbon GT Front bumper/splitter & Wing
  • Upgraded aluminum radiators
  • K & N air filters
  • Cool suit system
  • Traqmate telemetry data system
  • Radio wiring

The car comes with (2) sets of spare wheels.



2008 Ferrari F430 Challenge for sale


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Ideal for short races and track days.

Equipped with ABS and Traction control.

Perfect combination: V8 Power – Central Engine – Rear-wheel drive.

4 Sets of BBS Wheels included


2009 Ferrari F430 Challenge for sale in US

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2006 Ferrari F430 Challenge for sale

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This 2006 Ferrari 430 Challenge is well sorted, and has been mechanically well cared for by its current owner.  The car recently receive a new clutch assembly, as well as full pre-track inspection.  The engine was replaced in April 2014, and has only been raced for (4) events.  The car also has its suspension rebuilt/replaced on all 4 corners.   The car is currently wrapped, and the body is in great condition underneath, but would need a full paint job to be presentable.

Other options include:

  • Steel brake conversion
  • Capristo straight pipe hedder and exhaust system
  • Full carbon fiber front bumper/splitter & Rear wing
  • Mechanical fire suppression system
  • Traqmate data system
  • Cool shirt / Helmet system
  • 1 set of spare wheels



2007 Ferrari F430 Challenge Car


Full Aero package with front canards.
Capristo Headers and Exhaust Pipes
Girodisc Steel Rotor conversion w/ Raybestos Racing Pads.
Spare Brake Pads
New Clutch
All suspension bushings are tight, most of them were freshly replaced
All saftey equipment including the fire system is up to date.
Fuel Cells have been replaced.
Spare Sway bars and Springs – Complete Set of all optional Challenge Components
4 Sets of wheels, brand new rains only a couple months old, other wheels have slicks with 1-4 heat cycles. Plenty of good rubber to go testing and even racing through your first event.

This car was purchased midway through this race season and was only run for 3 events, the owner is switching to a different model car. This is a race winning car that’s ready to go, needs nothing! Asking $130k

If you have any questions contact Chris Coffey at Norwood Auto Italia.
(972) 831-8111

Norwood Auto Italia
3219 Commander Drive
Suite 100
Carrollton, TX 75006


Ferrari F430 GT3 for sale in Germany

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Ferrari 430 GT3
Originally delivered:
Original colour:
rosso scuderia
Original interior:
The Ferrari F 430 Challenge Trasformata GT3 has been delivered by Ferrari to
the Ferrari dealership Loris Kessel located in Lugano/Switzerland on the
25.10.2007. The Ferrari invoice shows a selling price at 400.000,-  CHF. Out of
unknown reasons the car was never used in the next few years until it was sold
to its first and last private and German based owner in 2012. The contract of
sale in that time is showing a mere 100 km as an odometer mileage. It is
reported by the only and  last owner that it never had participated in any serious
race. It was more a backup testing car which was frequently driven on private
The overall mileage today shows not more than 3000 km. It will be delivered
with a new engine having only 300 km on the clock plus the original engine. It
received a last service at the well known and very experienced and specialized
Ferrari Service workshop of Stilef in San Marino/Italy before delivery on the 30th
of March 2017 at near to 6000,-  Euros.
The car is in absolutely race ready condition.
The limited version of the F 430 GT3 has a radically reduced  weight of only
1.219 kg compared to 1.350 kg of a normal F 430 and the 1250 kg of the 430
Scuderia. This was the result of an exhaustive schedule of removing all
unnecessary items. The GT3 has been developed by Kessel Racing under the
supervision of Ferrari. Only 100 of these cars were produced. The rersulting car,
designated the F 430 GT3, was superior to the F 430 Challenge in terms of more
highly developed aerodynamics and increased output, even through both
utilised the same 4.3 litre, V8 engine.
Following extensive tuning, the GT3 unit developed 550 bhp, which surpassed
the 483 bhp from the F 430 Challenge and as well the 445 bhp from the GT2
stable mate, the 430 GTC.
The F 430 Challenge Trasformata GT3 received the best F1 knowledge Ferrari
could have implanted into a Ferrari registered for the road.


Ferrari F430 GT2 for sale in France

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2008 Ferrari F430 GT2, Chassis 2616

Delivered March 22nd, 2008 at Fiorano to BMS Scuderia Italia and always raced with BMS.

Fitted with engine No. 072 – gearbox No. 086.

The engine fitted in the car today (No. 079) was in the car for Spa 24 Hours 2008 (finished 1st IC) and the 24 Heures du Mans 2008 (finished 2nd IC).
The last race the car made with this engine was the FIA GT San Luis race in November 2008. At the end of the race, the engine had 2000 kms and hasn’t been raced since.
After its last race in 2009 (FIA GT – Zolder), the car was retired and refurbished by BMS Scuderia to as-new condition before being sold to a private owner.
BMS checked the engine in 2015.
Documented with Ferrari certicate of origin. EU taxes paid. Full racing history available

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430 GT2
Type :
Post-war car, Race car
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F430 GTC for sale in UK


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F355 GT for sale in Germany


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Ferrari 355 GT built in 1998 by Supertech, wonderfull race history (FIA-GT / Italien GT-Championship / 3 times 24 h Daytona: 1999 / 2000 / 2002), raced by Ivan Capelli, Franco Scapini, Stefano Bucci, Andrea Garbagnati, race ready, orig. CSAI-technical passport available

Ferrari 355 GT 1998 aufgebaut durch die Fa. Supertech in Italien, hervorragende Rennhistorie: FIA-GT / Italien GT-Championship / 3-mal 24 h Daytona: 1999 / 2000 / 2002, Fahrer: Ivan Capelli, Franco Scapini, Stefano Bucci, Andrea Garbagnati, sofort einsatzbereit, mit Zentralverschluss, original CSAI-Technik Fahrzeugpass (von 1998) vorhanden, sehr umfangreiche Dokumentation, komplette History



Ferrari 360 Challenge for sale in NL

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This Ferrari 360 challenge is race ready for this season. Very well maintained by race specialists. A lot af data logging of different circuits. Plenty spare parts available. 100% crash free car. A unigue change to drive or collect a championship car.
Asking 73.500,– EUR



Ferrari 360 Challenge for sale

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This 2001 Ferrari 360 challenge is one of the best, well sorted challenge cars available for sale today.  The car has been fully restored and meticulously maintained by its 2 previous owners.  The car has received a full interior upholstery replacement in its original gray alcantera / red stitching.  The paint and body work are flawless, and the car is free from any previous tub damage.  The white parts of the car are wrapped as well.  The car won the 2014 CCR 360 Championship with driver Jerome Jacalone.  It has also recently competed in HSR and SVRA events.

The car is mechanically sound as well, have an engine replacement in 2011, and only has 2 racing seasons on current motor.  The engine runs very very strong, and the car is fast.  The car is due for a timing belt service as well.

Other options on car include:

  •  3 way adjustable Penske shocks
  • Cool shirt system
  • Mechanical fire suppression system
  • Carbon front bumper splitter / rear carbon bumper with diffuser fins
  • Carbon extended paddles



For SALE – 2003 Ferrari 360 Challenge

Ferrari 360 Modena Challenge

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Factory Built by Ferrari, unlike previous challenge models the 360 was produced in limited numbers as a pure race car.

In excellent condition with a great racing history, with many wins and lap records. Raced in the Ferrari Challenge in 2003 and 2004 and in the Pirelli Ferrari Open in 2010/2011. Never damaged and the engine was rebuilt by GrayPaul Ferrari in Nottingham.

Dyno Sheets show 442hp.

With many lighweight panels, lexan windows and carbon fibre seats the wieght is significantly reduced over the road going car.

F1 Gearbox rebuilt in 2012.

Some spares come with the car, quieter exhaust and brake pads.

Available separately BBS wheels with wet tyres and slick tyres.



Ferrari 360 Challenge for sale in Germany


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Original CHALLENGE ITALIA TROFEO PIRRELLI EX-TEAM Superchallenge, Padova Rosso/ F1 Cambio-316 KW/430 PS-mit Wagenpass zwischen 03/2001 und 10/2006 ca. 40 Rennen/Abstimmungsfahrten, Fahrzeug rund 10.000 KM, technisch im Top Zustand! Seitenteil h. rechts wurde erneuert, sonst kein Unfall! Komplett Rennfertig! NEUER ZAHNRIEMEN IST IM VERKAUFSPREIS ENTHALTEN ! FZG VON PRIVAT §25a USTG, RENNFAHRZEUG / OHNE STRASSENZULASSUNG !



Ferrari 458 GT3

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Ferrari 458 GT3

New Bodyshell/gearbox before the finale BP endurance race at NBR 2015.

Gearbox/drivetrain/Chassis has done aprox 900 km.           Engine 9.500 km.

Car was not raced in 2016.

To be sold with 3 sets of wheels some spares and equipment to run the car.

Very rare opportunity to buy a Ferrari 458 GT3 as new.

Asking: EUR 298.000,–



Ferrari 458 GT3 for sale

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Ferrari 458 GT3 2014

the car was bought new from KESSEL in 2014. She was running in french GT championship in 2014 and 2015 (2nde  overall in the 2015 championship).

new chassis (0 km), engine 9887 Kms, car completely rebuilt in 2016
Full upgrades 2014 / 2015 / 2016 (except steering wheel and console), helmet net
Important spare package, including spare engine with 2000 Kms

Magnetti Marelli Beacon, extended data acquisition MTACorse with sensors. More informations, photos and spare package list on deman, ready to race.

Askin: POA



Ferrari 458 GT3 for sale in GB


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RossoVerde Racing Team Parts inventory sale

As part of an end of season re-organisation of the team at its headquarters in the UK , RossoVerde is offering for sale its surplus stock of parts for the F360 and F430 models, in both Challenge and GT3 format. The current RossoVerde F458 is being prepared and campaigned in Australia. A basic website has been created with photos, prices, part numbers, and descriptions of the new and used parts, mostly genuine Ferrari and Kessel.


For sale – Ferrari 458 GT3 Rinaldi Racing VIN 3494


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For sale is a green Ferrari 458 GT3. Competing successfully the Blancpain GT Series from 2014 to 2016.

Originally from 2014; after an accident in Spa in 2014, Ferrari rebuilt this car as complete new Ferrari 458 GT3 spec 2015; just the chassis number remains the same.

3rd Overall in the Blancpain GT Series 2015 with several wins and pole positions.

The Ferrari 458 GT3 will be delivered as follows:

– 2x additional set of rims

– Krontec airjack system

– Body paint color green

– Additional front bumper

– Additional extension rear left and right

325.000 EUR ex VAT


2011 Ferrari 458 GT2 for sale in Italy


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excellent conditions

Recent Competition History


Performance Data

  • Class: FIA GT2


  • Engine Builder: FERRARI
  • Manufacturer: FERRARI
  • Type: 458 GT2
  • Displacement: 4498


  • Manfacturer: HEWLAND


  • Brakes: BREMBO
  • Wheels: BBS


  • Color/Finish: BLACK




Ferrari 458 GT2 for sale


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For sale a beautiful example of the Marques 2011 GT2 car. Eligible for Le Mans classes worldwide. Currently residing in the USA this car is for sale at 375,000$.

The car has campaigned in the now redundant ALMS competition with ESM Racing in the USA. The team maintained this car right up until the 2013 upgrade from Michelloto, Since then has been stored professionally and hours have been limited.

2014 Upgrades are easily come by.

The chassis number of the car is 2816, the car was previously raced with the No 1 race number and became iconic as part of the series for its huge successes. The car won 3 class wins and finished on the podium several times throughout the season. The last race the car contested was at Sebring 12 Hour last season.

The car could be used in Asian Le Mans Series, European Le Mans Series, IMSA and many others across the world.

Price includes shipping within the USA. Team HQ in Florida.


2011 Ferrari 458 Challenge for sale in US

Race Ready +-16000 KM
Gear box has been replaced once
Anyone considering buying this car for CCR events, we will include race support for the first race weekend and will guarantee the car to be in perfect working condition (excluding accidents/crash)
Includes spare set of wheels
Asking is $165,000

Ferrari 458 Challenge for sale in US


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2011 Ferrari 458 Challenge Car – Only 1 previous picky owner and 3K miles.
Like new and never any damage history.

Comes with all paperwork since new.
This car a video game to drive with air conditioning.
Super-fast, very safe and extremely reliable.

Wild street car! Interesting street-car trades encouraged. Contact Dan at 937-605-1505 or

2002 Ferrari 360 N-GT Michelotto N-GT MICHELOTTO


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VIN: ZFFYR51B000123037

The Ferrari 360 N-GT was a 360 Challenge car tuned by Michellotto for the N-GT category of the FIA GT Championship. It was the fastest version of the Ferrari 360[5] with over 540 bhp when derestricted. The 360 N-GT was capable of a top speed of around 190 mph with a 0-60 time of around 3 seconds.[6] It was the final car built through a Ferrari-Michelotto collaboration.[7] The car is still raced internationally with success to this day. The most recent major victory achieved by a 360 Michelotto was by SB Race Engineering at the 2011 Britcar Championship where the 360 N-GT as on many occasions outperformed the newer F430 GT cars.

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Ferrari 360 N-GT for sale in US


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2004 360 GT s/n 2040. This is the LAST car of the 20 cars built by Michelotto in the 360 GT Series(s/n 2002 thru s/n 2040). Being the last Evolution of this model and predecessor to the 360 GTC Series this individual car has the Magnete Marelli Injection giving it 475 hp as opposed to 445 hp in the other cars of this Series. Also as the last Evolution of this model the all-alloy chasis and body weight was reduced from 2420lbs down to 2310lbs. Additional upgrades in this last Evolution include a Marelli Ignition System, adjustable brake system(front and rear), upgraded carbon-fiber rear wing , upgraded electronic traction control, the first car to have Michelotto’s sequential gearbox(€60000) and the upgraded exhaust manifold(ALL these upgrades became standard in the 360 GTC Series). With its massive Brembo brakes and carbon-fiber body panels, the 360 GT was the weapon of choice to compete in the FIA N-GT series and the American Le Mans and Rolex Grand-Am series.



2010 Ferrari 599 XX Evolutione Coupe for sale

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Car price:
1 350 000,00 €
599 XX Evolutione
2 000Km
Fuel Type:
Drive train:
rosso corsa



For sale – Ferrari 308 GT/M 1of3


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1982 Ferrari 308 GT/M Berlinetta Competizione
Chassis No. 001

The direct progenitor to the Ferrari Supercar line
Designed and purpose-built as Ferrari’s Group B challenger
First non monoposto Ferrari to have a carbon composite body.
Developed by Michelotto and Ferrari; based on the V-8 308
Important and influential, directly leading to the 288 GTO and F40
Purchased in 1984 by famed first owner, Jean “Beurlys” Blaton
The first of just three 308 GT/Ms; only three prior owners
Incredible performance with 308-based racing engine
Highly documented, equipped, versatile, and ready to enjoy.

Overview: A little-known, but incredibly important competition car developed jointly by Michelotto and Ferrari as Ferrari’s FIA Group B rally contender, leading directly to the 288 GTO, 288 Evoluzione, and ultimately the shattering F40 supercar. One of just three 308 GT/Ms built in all, purchased in 1984 by famed Ferrari racer, Jean “Beurlys” Blaton. With only three prior owners, 308 GT/M s/n 001 is “on the button” and ready to deliver an incredible experience.

Specifications: 2,927 cc Tipo 0026 P DOHC 90° V-8 engine, four valves per cylinder, Kugelfischer mechanical fuel injection and Magnetti-Marelli electronic ignition, 370 hp @ 8,900 rpm, Hewland five-speed manual gearbox, four-wheel independent suspension with coil springs, Brembo hydraulic four-wheel disc brakes, wheelbase: 92.125”

Due to the rapidly escalating costs and the technical and logistical demands required to compete at the top echelon of Formula One by the late 1970s, Ferrari focused its “works” racing efforts on this singular competition arena and increasingly formalized its relationship with the Michelotto tuning and racing organization, which owned the official Ferrari service center in Padua, Italy. To hard-core sports-car racers and fans, the name Michelotto carries a well-deserved reputation for its outstanding race-car preparation and dominant performances from the company’s inception in 1969, eventually becoming in effect a “semi-works” arm of Ferrari, preparing and racing every non-Formula One Ferrari to the present day.

As stated in the book, Ferrari 166 to F50 GT: The Racing Berlinettas, “In fact, after the close of the “Servizio Assistenza Clienti,” Michelotto built and developed all the racing versions of Ferraris for the factory’s customers who wanted to go racing; Michelotto can be considered the Customer Racing Department of Ferrari and is dedicated totally to Ferrari, only carrying out the factory’s wishes.”

During the 1970s, Michelotto moved from strength to strength, using the rowdy Ferrari Dino-powered Lancia Stratos to great effect and winning a succession of Italian rally championships. Following the Stratos’ retirement, Ferrari’s new V-8 powered 308 GTB was Michelotto’s weapon of choice from 1978, since it had already been homologated by Ferrari for FIA Group 4 rally competition and was known to be incredibly agile with its relatively short wheelbase and stable on uneven surfaces. Featuring distinctive colors, high-profile Pioneer audio sponsorship, and exceptionally well prepared cars, Michelotto’s drivers dominated early-1980s European rallying, focusing on tarmac events where they could exploit the strengths of their 308s and score championship points.

While not (officially) directly involved with Michelotto’s Group 4 rallying program, Ferrari was nonetheless impressed and partnered with Michelotto for a more extreme purpose-built car to contest the new Group B formula, which spurred development of many of the wildest high-performance cars ever conceived. The relatively unrestricted new Group B “evoluzione” regulations allowed Michelotto to take the basic 308 GTB concept to the extreme with the mid-mounted V-8 engine turned from the road-car’s transverse placement to a new longitudinal position within the tubular chassis for ease of access to the engine and gearbox. Lowered engine placement also provided a low center of gravity. Production-based underpinnings were modified for competition use. The first chassis was completed in 1983 and the body was constructed from cutting-edge carbon-fiber composite and Kevlar panels from a hand-formed aluminum buck. Quite similar in appearance to the 512 BBLM GT, the new car’s body was purposefully aggressive with short front and rear overhangs, radically flared rear fenders, a tall rear wing, and plenty of cooling vents. The V-8 engine was based on that of the 308 GTB road cars, using the alloy cylinder block and the new Quattrovalvole four-valve cylinder heads, plus competition-spec pistons, cams, and valves. Fuel delivery was via a custom system utilizing a Kugelfischer pump and Bosch injectors. Producing a reliable 370 bhp at 8,500 rpm, the engine’s power was delivered by a five-speed Hewland competition gearbox. Weighing just 840 kilograms (1,850 pounds), acceleration was incredible, with a top speed quoted at 270 kilometers per hour (167 mph).

This new Group B missile was designated 308 GT/M, with the “M” denoting Michelotto. Developed jointly by Ferrari and Michelotto, the 308 GT/M was relentlessly tested at Ferrari’s Fiorano circuit and as the prototype was wring out, various wheelbases and vital components were tested. Despite the program secrecy, word of the 308 GT/M leaked out and one of Ferrari’s most committed racers, Jean “Beurlys” Blaton of Belgium, who purchased the 308 GT/M prototype car – s/n 001, the car offered here – during 1984. The second 308 GT/M was raced just once, at the 1984 Rally di Monza, where driver Lele Pinto demonstrated the car’s great speed and promise, leading the event until a crash forced its retirement. While very quick, the 308 GT/M was soon eclipsed by the new wave of turbocharged, all-wheel-drive competitors that would take rally competition to ridiculous and lethal extremes resulting in the cancellation of Group B altogether after the Tour de Corse in 1986. Later, a third GT/M was built for a Dutch collector, using the remaining spare parts still on hand.

While the racing life of the 308 GT/M was very short and only three were built in all, the program was an important step in the development and DNA of two of Ferrari’s most important ‘supercars’ of the 1980s and beyond, particularly the 288 GTO, 288 GTO Evoluzione, and the shattering F40. With only three prior owners from new, 308 GT/M s/n 001 was raced by Mr. Blaton and the third owner; as such, it is properly sorted and equipped with a full roll cage and fire-suppression system. Since the engine is basically a race-prepped version of the basic four-valve V-8 used by the regular-production 308 road cars, parts are still readily available and maintenance is relatively low in cost compared to other classic Ferrari racing cars. Importantly, 308 GT/M 001 is of course eligible for a multitude of today’s most desirable touring, racing, or classic rally events and with its adjustable suspension settings and outstanding purpose-built serviceability, it is an immensely versatile and capable machine that comes with two seats, allowing you to share the incredible experience it delivers. The car is presently fitted with a 6-speed sequential Hewland gearbox; however, it is accompanied by the original Hewland 5-speed, plus an a spare set of wheels and an optional carburettor fuel system. As now offered, 308 GT/M s/n 001 is very well-documented and accompanied by extensive service records, and is and ready to go, offering an incredible experience and performance while being quite surprisingly easy to drive and forgiving, despite its incredible all-around performance potential. Extensively covered in a number of books and magazines, 308 GT/M sn/001 is a fascinating and important component of the rich Ferrari and Michelotto racing heritage and the direct progenitor of Ferrari’s 288 GTO, 288 Evoluzione, and the F40 supercar. Do you really have ALL of the Ferrari Supercars without their direct progenitor?? Priced to sell at $999,000/OBO All Ferrari/Lamborghini trades carefully considered.

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