2006 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti F1
This is a fantastic example of the, increasingly popular Ferrari 612 Scaglietti. With the typical low annual Ferrari production, it has become more popular now that it is no longer in production, than during that initial offering period. Granted, the new price-point of the initial $300,00+ supercar is certainly helping with that new-found interest.
This particular example is in the classic Tour-de-France Blue, with the classic Ferrari Beige interior. The full-powered, Daytona Seats are trimmed with Blue stitching, perfectly complementing the exterior, and drawing it inside. Also, the driver's seat shows remarkably little wear for the age, and is ready to drive and enjoy with no reconditioning needed.
For newcomers to this particular Ferrari, the name of the 612 is taken after the home town of one of Ferrari's coach builders, Carozzeria Scaglietti. The 612 stands out from other Ferraris from the large side scallops and the headlights that are reminiscent of the 375 MM. The engine used on the 612 is an 5.7 V12 that was also used on the 575 Maranello, it produces 533 hp and is able to propel the car to a top speed (199 mph). Production of the 612 Scaglietti ended in 2011 and soon after Ferrari introduced its replacement, the FF, their first all-wheel drive model.