SMALL PRIVATE COLLECTION FOR SALE
2008 ‘58’ Ferrari F430 Coupe 4.3 F1, from a small private collection, showing 23,234 miles from new, in immaculate condition, and with the most incredible history file.
First registered on the 29th October 2008, this car is one of the last F430’s ever produced. It was first serviced by Ferrari in July 2010 and has remained within the Ferrari main dealer network ever since, at significant expense. There is a fully documented and verifiable Service History, as follows:
19 Jul 2010: Ferrari Maranello Sales Ltd @ 7,119 miles
24 Aug 2011: Ferrari Graypaul Nottingham @ 10,532 miles
05 Sep 2012: Ferrari Maranello Sales Ltd @ 12,325 miles
30 Sep 2013: Ferrari Meridien Modena Ltd @ 17,736 miles
10 Oct 2014: Ferrari Meridien Modena Ltd @ 18,069 miles
13 Nov 2015: Ferrari Dick Lovett Swindon @ 18,939 miles
11 Nov 2016: Ferrari H.R. Owen London @ 19,484 miles
31 Oct 2017: Ferrari H.R. Owen London @ 19,484 miles
31 Oct 2018: Ferrari H.R. Owen London @ 20,599 miles
18 Oct 2019: Ferrari Joe Macari London @ 21,630 miles
08 Oct 2020: Ferrari Joe Macari London @ 21,952 miles
15 Nov 2021: Ferrari Joe Macari London @ 22,725 miles
Purchased by Mr Allen (2017), the previous owner to myself, there are a plethora of invoices and documents within the history file, as follows:
31 Oct 2018: Service Invoice from H.R. Owen London @ £903.67
06 Nov 2018: Invoice for Replacement Gearbox Oil @ £384.05
28 Nov 2018: Invoice for Genuine Replacement Carbon Ceramic Pads & Discs @ £9,789.83**
21 Dec 2018: Invoice for Labour to replace the above @ £895.80
22 Oct 2019: Service Invoice from Ferrari Joe Macari London @ £2,957.23
12 Oct 2020: Service Invoice from Ferrari Joe Macari London @ £1,503.62
30 Nov 2021: Service Invoice from Ferrari Joe Macari London @ £1,622.94
** Purchased from Ferrari Maranello Classic Parts.
Evidently, Mr Allen took a no expense sparred approach when maintaining his pride and joy and the car is a testament to him today: it is immaculate and a real pleasure to drive.
There are no scratches / dents / dings, or similar. If you were being highly critical, you might find an occasional stone chip and, if you get underneath the car, the front valance has been caught at the back, away from the front / leading edge of the bumper, presumably on a speed bump or road depression. It could be painted, if necessary, but it can’t be seen and, had I not highlighted it, most would never know.
Presented in Grigio Silverstone with Crema Hide the cost options were extensive: Carbon Ceramic brakes (replaced for new @ 20,689 miles), Scuderia Ferrari Shields, Navtrak Antitheft System, Electric Daytona Seats, Yellow Brakes Calipers, Challenge Type Allow Wheels, and a lot more in addition.
I’m asking £85,000 which appears in line with other cars of a similar age and similar mileage, many of which have not been pampered by Ferrari Main Dealers throughout their life.
I have other cars to sell: a 996 C4S, a 997 C4S, a 718 GT4 and a F355 Spider. They’re all low or extremely low mileage; they’re all in exceptional condition; and they all have a full history file. I’m only selling because I have eyes for something else and I simply don’t have any more garage space.
You’ll find me contactable between 07:00 and 22:00 most days, although it may take longer for me to reply when in the office because my business takes priority. I’ll endeavour to reply to all genuine enquiries but, please, no silly e-mails / texts / calls.
+ 2 Keys, 2 Tracker Fobs, Full Book Pack and History File.
HPI CLEAR / NO FINANCE OUTSTANDING / NO PRIOR ACCIDENT DAMAGE