Ferrari 430 Scuderia with low mileage is up for auction

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Ferrari 430 Scuderia

Many fans have still not forgotten V8 powered Ferrari 430 Scuderia no matter when performance cars such as 458 Speciale and 488 Pista are already mesmerizing us. 430 Scuderia was unveiled to the world at 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show. This was famously developed with help from F1 legend Michael Schumacher and was pitted directly against Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera. Powering the Ferrari 430 Scuderia is naturally aspirated 4.3-liter V8. It produces an impressive 503hp at 8500rpm and 471 Nm of torque at 5250 rpm. This particular example had 9,400 miles on the odometer. It is being auctioned by Bring A Trailer.

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The first noticeable aspect in the Ferrari 430 Scuderia is stunning dark grey paint job and bright red racing stripes. Scuderia Shields on the front wheel arches is available that is not standard and optional red brake calipers that is fitted on 15.6-inch front discs and 13.7-inch rear discs. Listing stated that 430 Scuderia is recently fitted with new Pirelli P Zero Corsa System tires. Even the interior of the Ferrari 430 Scuderia is stunning and is evident by the seats that is cladded in red and black Alcantara and cloth. There is also red and black Alcantara throughout the cabin.

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Interestingly, previous owner of 430 Scuderia also fitted it with Alpine head-unit and two JL Audio speakers behind the seats. Prospective buyers will have to hurry as only three days are left at the auction. So, place your bid right now. Last time we checked, the top offer it received was $150,000 and is expected to rise more. If you end up winning it, you will be pleased to hear naturally aspirated eight-cylinder screaming behind your ears.

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