If you missed out on the the Ferrari 599 SA Aperta, then here’s your chance to park one under your garage.
The open top version of the 599 was originally unveiled in 2010, at the Paris Motor Show. The front-engine and rear-wheel drive supercar was produced in just 80 units and Ferrari didn’t have any trouble selling them in no time.
This Rosso Fuoco-finished example, with a Nero top and leather interior with special thick stitching, has traveled for only 1,200 miles (1,931km) throughout its four-year life, and it’s now looking for a new home and a caring owner to enjoy the 6.0-liter V12 DOHC engine, with 661hp, connected to a six-speed manual automated F1 transmission.
Besides its appealing looks and a potent powertrain, the 599 SA Aperta also has independent front and rear suspension with double wishbones, anti-roll bar, coil springs, telescopic dampers, electronic control for stability and traction and carbon ceramic disc brakes.
RM Sotheby’s will auction the Aperta in Arizona, on January 28-29, 2016, and besides the car, its future owner will also get the factory hardtop with the $10,000 accessory storage case, an extra US-specification instrument cluster and the factory leather floor mats, which are still in their delivery case.
The seller says that original delivery paperwork is included too, along with a letter from Ferrari North America stating that the car meets all U.S. D.O.T. safety, EPA and CARB emission standards. By: carscoops