2006 Ferrari F430 Spider F1

  •   6,443 miles
  •  Orlando, FL

$116,900

Last price change: 01/15/19

Overview

Mileage:6,443
Year:2006
Make:Ferrari
Model:F430 Spider F1
Exterior Color:Giallo Modena Yellow
Interior Color:Black with yellow stitching
Transmission:F1 automated manual
Engine:4.3L V8 (490 hp stock)
VIN:ZFFEW59A160146284

Description

This is a highly-optioned 2006 Ferrari F430 Spider in overall excellent condition with only 6,443 miles.

It was purchased from The Luxury Collection in Walnut Creek, CA (a Maserati dealership) during October of 2016 and was delivered with 4,663 miles.

It was serviced by the dealer before delivery and then again by Maranello Autosport in Eustis, FL in March of 2018.

During the service, Maranello Autosport replaced the original Ferrari manifolds which were cracked (a known F430 issue that could lead to engine failure) with new Top Speed SS headers.  The rest of the exhaust is original.

New Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires were installed by the dealer before delivery so they only have 1,780 miles on them.  The F1 clutch wear as of January 4, 2019 is only 30.28%.

Also included are two keys, the original books, car cover, air pump, charger and tools.

Factory Options

Carbon ceramic brakes
Scuderia shields on fenders
Yellow brake calipers
Carbon fiber driver zone (steering wheel & shift paddles)
Carbon fiber vents
Carbon fiber center console with cell phone buttons
Premium hi-fi sound system with Bluetooth, 6-CD changer, navigation & subwoofer
Power Daytona seats
Yellow tachometer
Yellow stitching
Leather rear shelf & door molding
Battery charging kit with pre-wiring
Front skid plates

Modifications

Clear plastic body protection on front, mirrors and side skirts (installed previously, probably when new)
Original cracked manifolds replaced with Top Speed SS headers
CTEK smart battery charger (better than original Ferrari unit)

Issues

The only issue with the car is the infamous Ferrari sticky buttons which happens to all models, including current ones.

Over time, the coating on a number of buttons and surfaces become tacky to the touch.  Although the dealer who sold the car claimed the coating was removed, some parts are becoming a little sticky again.

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