Used Ferrari For Sale

2012 Ferrari 458 Italia

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$199,999

One of the most iconic, instantly recognizable, and highly desirable is the Italian luxury sports car manufacturer Ferrari. Interestingly Ferrraris founding was more into racing Alfa Romeo cars than building them, and Enzo Ferrari reluctantly made the first Ferrari-badged car in 1947 after the company's incorporation in 1939. Ferrari has created some of the most anticipated and sought-after sports cars for decades. One of these is the Ferrari F430, produced from 2005 to 2009, succeeded by the Ferrari 458 in 2009. With just 29,067 miles on the odometer and the car in almost new condition, this 2012 Ferrari 458 Italia is a definite car to have in your stables.

2019 Ferrari Portofino Convertible

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$239,999

Ferrari offered grand tourers with more than two seats for over fifty years. They recognize that some prospective buyers might want more than just a two-seater. The Portofino, introduced in 2017, is their current four-seat grand-tourer offering, and it's a fine automobile. Packing the best Ferrari design, engineering, and character, they don't often come up for sale on the used market. That's why this 2019 Ferrari Portofino is something that you should snap up ASAP. With just 7,000 miles since new, the current owner reports it carried an MSRP of $270,607, including $32,617 worth of options.

2006 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

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PENDING SALE
$139,999

Did you know that Ferrari does offer cars with more than two seats? They've been doing it for decades. In 2004, the Ferrari 456, renowned for its pop-up headlamps, was ripe for retirement, and Ferrari trotted out the 612 Scaglietti as its replacement. A true four-seater, the 612 Scaglietti would continue for seven years, and only 3,025 were produced. That's why this particular 2006 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti that we've got up for sale right now is something special. In fact, it's probably a perfect definition of the word 'Unicorn,' as it's got just 1,923 miles on the odometer!

2022 Ferrari Portofino M

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$324,999

When the Italian luxury sports car manufacturer introduced the Ferrari California in 2008, it became a global hit. Its successor was the Ferrari Portofino in 2017 and the Portofino M in 2020. The Ferrari Portofino is a grand touring sports car with an aggressive design language and performance to match. The M variant, which stands for Modificata, ups the power and adds some visual changes as well. 2018 saw Ferrari receive the prestigious Red Dot: Best of the Best award for the Portofino's design. Up for grabs is a 2022 Ferrari Portofino M with just 500 miles on the clock and ready to be taken home by you.

2006 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

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$129,999

The prancing horse badge is an icon that almost everybody can recognize as being Ferrari. Whether it is from Magnum PI, Miami Vice, Fortnite, or even Lego, Ferrari has invaded the imagination of everyone at all ages. Founded in 1939, by the legendary Enzo Ferrari. Ferrari is considered a premier luxury sports car manufacturer. After the massive success of their Ferrari 456, they introduced its successor, the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti from 2004 to 2011, as an executive 2+2 coupe-style grand tourer with exceptional performance and comfort. This top-of-the-line 2006 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti F1A comes with just 15,000 miles on the odometer and is ready to be picked up by its new owner.

2021 Ferrari F8

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$399,999

The latest addition to Ferrari's range of mid-engined sports cars is the Ferrari F8 Tributo, whose feel, and performance shocks the masses and raises the eyebrow of even the pickiest automotive journalist. Present here, rich in history and all its sports car pedigree, is this 2021 Ferrari F8 Tributo. With 9,500 miles on the clock, this is undoubtedly one of Maranello's finest and yours for the taking. What's better? This car has a reported $47,837 ticked off in options.

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2014 Ferrari California

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$132,999
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Did you know that Alfa Romeo and Ferrari share a history when, way back in 1929, the legendary Enzo Ferrari founded Scuderia Ferrari as the racing division of Alfa Romeo? It wasn't until 1947 when the 125 S was produced, the first Ferrari badged car. Over the years, Ferrari has built many cars that have become cult classics. One of their modern masterpieces is the Ferrari California, considered a landmark car for Ferrari due to the multiple concepts used for the first time with Ferrari cars. A chance to own a magnificent 2014 Ferrari California 30 is at hand with this specimen which has just over 1,400 miles on the clock and is in topping condition.

2013 Ferrari California Convertible

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$121,999
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Founded in 1939 as Alfa Romeo’s racing division, Enzo Ferrari steered the company from under Alfa Romeo until Ferrari built its first car in 1940, and the first Ferrari badged car in 1947. Ferrari’s pedigree is speed and performance above all else and of course exquisite Italian luxury as proven by its luxury sports car and its longtime involvement in racing, Formula One to be specific. In 2008 Ferrari revived the California name utilized during the late-50’s and 60’s for the Ferrari California and California T in 2014. A chance to own a Prancing Horse is at hand with this 2013 Ferrari California with just 10,500 miles on the odometer.

1999 Ferrari F355 F1 Spider

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$92,999
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Ferrari is an automaker’s name which almost everyone knows about, but relatively few can afford. Since its founding in 1939, almost every single Ferrari is a much sought-after car. What made Ferrari so desirable is its racing heritage that is deeply embedded and the brand luxury that is associated with it. Succeeding the Ferrari 348 was the super popular Ferrari F355 two-door sports car manufactured from 1994 to 1999 in three distinct body styles. Up for grabs is a late 1999 Ferrari F355 F1 Spider with just 36,100 miles on the odometer and the car is in amazing condition.

1998 Ferrari F355 F1 Spider

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$96,999
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This is a member of the Ferrari stable that you don’t get to come across quite often. But one thing is for certain; the Ferrari F355 is one of the supreme cars to emerge from Maranello. It is regarded as the last of the classically stunning Ferraris to roll out of the factory. Anyone who is familiar with Italian auto designs would agree that this Prancing Horse penned by esteemed Pininfarina gives nostalgia back to the good old ‘90s. It was also a huge leap forward from its predecessor, the Ferrari 348, in terms of both looks and performance. We are pleased to have this well-preserved example of the 1998 Ferrari F355 F1 Spider in our inventory and it comes with just 34,800 miles on its clock. With this Ferrari, you get some goodies in leather Ferrari luggage including some documents and tools. Don’t miss this chance to buy this lovely Ferrari F355.

1984 Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole

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$89,999
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There’s no argument for the fact that when someone sees the prancing horse logo on a car, it is guaranteed to excite them. From the smooth lines to the heart-revving engine, Ferrari has made a statement to the world since it was founded in 1939 by Enzo Ferrari. This Italian luxury sports car manufacturer has produced some of the most desirable cars on the planet. One of these is the Ferrari 308 GTB or GTS, a V8 mid-engined two-seater sports car produced from 1976 to 1985 and made famous by the 1980s hit TV show “Magnum PI.” A rare chance to own a 1984 Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole is at hand with this prime example which has no more than 22,013 miles on the odometer.

1989 Ferrari Mondial T T Cabriolet

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$59,999
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Ferrari and the 80s was a lovely time to be alive; the automotive world stood still with the release of the Ferrari F40. During this time, the Ferrari Mondial was also capturing exotic car buyers worldwide with its good looks and performance. The Mondial was a success and would also mark the last time we saw a rear mid-engined 2+2 V8 Ferrari. Looking to buy a piece of Ferraris golden years? This 1989 Ferrari Mondial T Cabriolet sure helps narrow down your options. With just a reported 13,600 miles on the clock, this Italian powerhouse is an original survivor and even comes with its warranty and original bill of sale alongside other documents included with the purchase.

2004 Ferrari 360 Spider F1

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$137,499
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Ferrari is a household luxury sports car manufacturer hailing from Italy and undoubtedly one of the most recognizable in its niche. But in 1963, Ford offered to buy Ferrari from Enzo Ferrari and failed. If Ford had succeeded, Ferrari would not be what it is today. The luxury sports car manufacturer was founded in 1939 as Alfa Romeo’s racing division until 1947, when the first Ferrari-badged car was built; the 125 S. Many decades down the line, Ferrari continues to create some of the most sought-after luxury sports cars in the motoring world. 1999 saw Ferrari reveal the Ferrari 360, a successor to the Ferrari 355. Produced until 2004, this two-seater mid-engine rear-wheel-driven sports car. It has the looks and performance of a supercar and excellent reliability. A rare chance to own a 2004 Ferrari 360 Spider F1 is at hand with a specimen that has just 3,529 miles on the odometer and is ready for a new home.

2018 Ferrari 488 Spider

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$349,999
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Once in a while, you will be presented with an opportunity that should not be passed up. A Ferrari 488 for sale is an excellent example. No, it doesn’t feel like riding on plushies like a Rolls-Royce, it doesn’t drip with cutting-edge technology like a modern BMW, and It’s not fast as a hypercar. However, nothing combines such beauty, speed, refinement, comfort, quality, livability, and character, as well as the Ferrari 488. This stunning example of the 2018 Ferrari 488 Spider comes to us from California with just over 3,200 miles on its clock. This Italian marvel is a fantastic option for those looking to add a Prancing Horse to their collection.

2018 Ferrari 488 Spider

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$289,999
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It’s got power, it’s got noise, it’s got drama. Only thing it doesn’t have, according to Misha Designs, is a body to match. The unique look of this car here makes it obvious that this is not your typical Ferrari 488. This is a 2018 Ferrari 488 Spider that proudly wears a full Carbon Fiber body kit by Misha Designs and underwent a juicy treatment under the engine cover as well. Thankfully, the enhanced body kit doesn’t look like a teenager’s wildest dream came true. Its poised, it doesn’t steal away the renowned sport cars familiar attitude. And now-lucky for you- this exceptional looking Ferrari is for sale. Clocked at 14,000 miles, it currently resides in Arizona. It is worthy of mention that this 2018 Ferrari 488 Spider reportedly had its work done at Creativebespoke and CB Autosalon.

2008 Ferrari 430 Scuderia

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$299,999
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Lightweight, powerful, and stunning, with a unique engine and exhaust note: every aspect of the Ferrari 430 Scuderia oozes pure sportiness. Its close relation to the world of racing help matters, as evident by the cars model name Scuderia. If you're a Formula One lover, you'll be thrilled to learn that this prancing horse was continually flung around a circuit by seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher to provide his insight on how it can be improved. We’ve managed to locate this 2008 Ferrari 430 Scuderia from Florida. A Ferrari-branded iPod is included in the sale of this car as well. Having completed only 12,500 miles, this attempt to showcase Ferrari’s racing expertise in a racing machine for the streets will be a welcome addition to your garage.

2013 Ferrari California Convertible

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$109,999
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California is a rather hallowed name in Ferrari parlance. It harks back to the legendary 250GT of the Fifties, and the 365 California that came in the following decade. In 2008, Ferrari added the California model as a separate entry in its V8 convertible line-up. Sporting a four-seat cabin and retractable hardtop, the California is a more relaxed, grand-touring option to the Maranello automaker’s hardcore sports cars. This 2013 Ferrari California comes to you from Washington with a light 31,800 miles, and is ready for action.

1989 Ferrari Mondial T T Cabriolet

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PENDING SALE
$63,999
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Owning a Ferrari means you own a big piece of automotive history; the Italian brand is filled with a racing pedigree and has given the world some of the most beautiful cars, just like this lovely 1989 Ferrari Mondial we have today. This Prancing horse sports a reported 13,700 miles on the clock and makes for automotive art to look at or the perfect Sunday cruiser.

2019 Ferrari Portofino

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PENDING SALE
$259,999
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The art of grand touring is one that many manufacturers neatly capture. Ferrari and their lineup of grand tourers are sure to be heard more than once. Built to the Maranello standard, you got that Ferrari history, handsome Italian looks and performance and drive feel that you only find in a Ferrari. The Portofino is one of their fine examples, and in keeping up with Ferrari and the names provided on their car. The Portofino was named after a picturesque town. It sure captured the essence of the well with its design. Take a look at this 2019 Ferrari Portofino, for instance, with just 11,500 miles reported on the clock its time you dwell in all that Italian grand tourer goodness.

2020 Ferrari 488 Pista

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$469,999
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Driving a Ferrari is a special occasion regardless of how long you have owned one. The history and art behind each car are what sparks interest, and many turned necks as you drive along. With the performance wars in full swing, this 2020 Ferrari 488 Pista Coupe that we have on sale with 12,200 miles on the clock can be your way of dwelling in history and having the performance to make you smile broadly each time you tap the throttle.

2005 Ferrari F430 Spider

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$134,999
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Ferrari and its iconic prancing horse are recognized worldwide. Stemming from Italy, the Ferrari brand sparks exclusivity, passion, and capability in their design and performance. Following the success of the Ferrari 360, the folks over at Maranello were pressured to come up with something that could take on the automotive world by storm. What followed was the iconic Ferrari F430. With performance and looks even to impress James may of grand tour fame, owning one meant true Ferrari nirvana. With years of class and history, it's time you joined the club as well with this 2005 Ferrari F430 Spider present here today. With just 23,900 miles on the clock, this Italian beast is one car that's waiting to be driven. Here's your chance to drop the top, shift down a gear and revel in the perfect mix of mechanical perfection and automotive design.

1989 Ferrari Testarossa Coupe

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$126,999
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One of the most iconic cars of the Eighties to ever roll out of Enzo Ferrari’s hallowed stables is the Ferrari Testarossa. The mere mention of the name of this car sends petrolheads the world over into a frenzy, from its futuristic styling to the characteristic scream of the twelve-cylinder engine that powered it. If you’d like to own a piece of Italian automotive art and history, here’s a 1989 Ferrari Testarossa Coupe from Florida for sale, having screamed over just 23,500 miles to get here. It’s reportedly for sale by its second owner who is including the original tool kit, books, manuals and two keys in the sale.

2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo

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$384,999
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The prancing horse logo on any car is bound to inspire awe and drool-inducing stares. Ferrari has been at the forefront of the luxury sports car scene, and as such their reputation and innovation are almost unparalleled. Right after the success of the Ferrari 488, they looked at something radical, and that brought out the Ferrari F8, a mid-engined sports car with crazy performance numbers and style to match. A chance for you to own a Ferrari F8 is available in the form of a 2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo with just 7,500 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Sunshine State, Florida.

2019 Ferrari Portofino Convertible RWD

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PENDING SALE
$269,999
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Ferrari is known for many great things in the automotive world. They’ve built some of the most iconic racing machines, as well as most beautiful road cars in the world which complement their rich and age-old racing history. Equally iconic are the names they bestow upon some of their more exclusive models. Take this car as an example, a 2019 Ferrari Portofino Convertible. Named after a picturesque Italian town the Ferrari Portofino is a piece of art, much like the town. This low-mileage example has just 950 miles on its wheels and comes from South Carolina.

2006 Ferrari F430 Spider

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$127,999
OFF MARKET

The mere sight of the Prancing Horse badge on a car is sure to evoke wonder and excitement among motor enthusiasts. With well over 82 years of exquisite craftsmanship and excellence Ferrari has proven to the world what luxury mixed with performance can bring. With the critical success of the Ferrari 360, Ferrari introduced the Ferrari F430 in the Berlinetta and Spider variants from 2004 acting as the successor of the 360 with production lasting till 2009. Ready to grace your stable is a 2006 Ferrari F430 Spider with just 12,203 miles on the clock and available to be seen in California.

2008 Ferrari F430 Spider F1

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$149,999
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Whilst everyone’s attention is drawn to 0-60 times and engines capable of producing a million horsepower, many people forget to cherish the driving sensation a car can provide. Ferrari is an automaker that has mastered the art of balancing power, performance, and comfort to create cars that provide an exhilarating driving experience while standing out from the competition. Ferrari also like to add a little racing flavor to their cars by borrowing ideas from their Formula One cars. The 2008 Ferrari F430 Spider F1 featured here is one such variant that has a few F1 car features and more power than a standard F430. Produced from 2004 to 2009, the Ferrari F430 was the successor to the Ferrari 360. This enthusiast owned F430 Spider F1 is located in Pennsylvania and reported to have just over 10,000 miles on its odometer. With a slew of factory options under its belt, it awaits its next lucky owner.

2011 Ferrari 458 Italia Coupe

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
SOLD
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Ferrari are the renowned Italian sports and supercar makers with the iconic yellow-backed Prancing Horse badge. Their cars are flamboyant, loud, and fast, and often in an eye-catching shade of red. The Ferrari 458 Italia was introduced in 2009 as the successor to the Ferrari F430 in the sports car category, and ran until 2015. This is a 2011 Ferrari 458 Italia from California with just 9,200 miles on the clock, making it an excellent choice for anyone seeking to scratch that Ferrari itch and own a contemporary example of their fine sports cars.

2010 Ferrari 458 Italia Coupe

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$179,999
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A badge that evokes performance, speed and handling prowess is the prancing horse on a car. Ferrari’s logo is an inspiration from a WW1 fighter ace named Francesco Baracca when he used to paint it on his airplane for good luck. Today the black prancing horse on a yellow background is a badge that is as legendary as a brand can become. When Ferrari released the Ferrari 458 Italia, it was met with instant approval and awards. The 458 won “Car of the Year 2009” and “Supercar of the Year”. This rear-mid engine machine is a car to behold, and here’s your lucky chance to purchase one. We have a 2010 Ferrari 458 Italia Coupe for grabs in our inventory from Texas with just 14,700 miles on the odometer. It comes with the original Ferrari car cover, and a Ferrari-branded trickle charger to keep the battery topped-up when not in use for long periods.

2015 Ferrari California T

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$149,999
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Italy is known for a many great things. A glass of wine and a scoop of pasta sure sit just right but amongst all that lies the one of the greatest automotive manufacturers to ever exist. Ferrari and its prancing horse are a symbol that is recognized worldwide. That reputation stems from creating powerfully soulful engines and stunning bodywork to stand and look back in awe. The brand started from one man’s vision to always be on the edge and ensure a smile whenever you drove a Ferrari. Over the years Ferrari has gone on to make some of the most iconic cars and each car leaving the factory is meant to cruise in style with ample pep if the need to hustle were to strike. The car we have today comes in the shape of the perfect weekend cruiser from the prancing horse. Apart from its gorgeous looks this 2015 Ferrari California T is reported to be one of the highest-optioned examples in the country, carrying a whopping $57k worth of options. Located in Louisiana and with just 19,500 miles on the clock, this is a car you don’t want to miss out on. The original window sticker is included, as is the Ferrari accessory bag.

2007 Ferrari F430 Coupe 60th Anniversary

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$125,999
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What comes to mind when you think of a Ferrari? A screaming red sports car with a tuneful engine that captures your heart and soul, as well as your head? In fact, if you ask someone to quickly name an Italian sports car manufacturer, chances are they will exclaim “Ferrari”! The first Ferrari-badged car came from the automaker in 1947, but the company dates back to 1939. It’s got a lot of history, and some iconic models throughout the ages including the 250GTO, Testarossa and F40 which are just a handful of names amongst a veritable platter of tasty ‘Prancing Horses’ – a nickname that comes from their emblem. Ferrari isn’t a small fry either, being the tenth largest automaker in terms of market cap in 2021. In 2004, the F430 model was introduced to replace the F360 sports car, which itself was the replacement for the F355, which replaced the F348…you get the picture. 430 refers to the 4.3L V8 that powers the car. This example is a 2007 Ferrari F430 Coupe 60th Anniversary edition that celebrates 60 years of Ferrari-badged cars. Coming from California, it’s got 17,400 miles on its wheels and the original window sticker is provided as well.

2002 Ferrari 360 Spyder

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$95,999
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The 360 Spider/Spyder is a two-seat, mid-engined sports cat that was produced between 1999 and 2004 by none other than legendary Italian automaker, Ferrari. In fact, what was most unexpected about this car was that Ferrari decided to step away from their secrecy and partner with Alcoa to produce a lighter, stronger super car despite it being 10% larger in overall size. The Spider (known as a convertible or drop-top) variant was first unveiled at the 2002 Geneva Motor Show. What was new to the Spider were strengthened sills, a stiffer front floor plan, redesigned windscreen frame, along with a stiffened rear bulkhead to reduce engine noise pouring into the cabin. This 2002 Ferrari 360 Spider has just 51,000 miles of running under its wheels and comes from Texas.

2008 Ferrari F430 Spider Spyder F1

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PENDING SALE
$139,999
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When it comes to Italian sports cars, there’s no name more synonymous than Ferrari. Based in Maranello, specialized in crafting iconic sports cars since 1939, it was founded by Enzo Ferrari, also known as Il Commendatore (The Commander) for his no-nonsense, no-compromise approach. This car is a 2008 example of the popular Ferrari F430, which ran from 2004 to 2009, as the successor to the Ferrari 360. It’s also a Spider/Spyder — which is an Italian way of saying convertible or drop-top. This example is from Oregon and comes with 15,500 miles on its wheels. With an impressive range of options spec’d, this 2008 Ferrari F430 Spider F1 had a retail price of $253,419.00. The original red Ferrari car cover is included in the purchase.

2020 Ferrari 812 Superfast

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PENDING SALE
$384,999
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As the successor to the F12berlinetta, the Ferrari 812 Superfast was introduced to the public at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. Traits of the car itself influence the justification behind the alphanumeric designation of this Ferrari: the first digit stands for 800 (a rounding up of 789HP), the ‘12’ represents the cylinder count, while the ‘Superfast’ tag needs little explanation. With its sleek looks and ferocious power, few modern cars can compete with the sensational thrill of driving this V12 torpedo. By sticking to a V12 in an age of hybrid and electric engines, Ferrari has granted the exceptional free-breathing twelve-cylinder soundtrack to their fans. For sale is one such 2020 Ferrari 812 Superfast, located in California, it features a host of factory options. With an original MSRP of $413,040 and just 1309 miles on its clock, this is a rare opportunity to own a true red-blooded supercar.

2012 Ferrari California Convertible

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PENDING SALE
$99,499
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Among many tremendous race cars and road cars that Ferrari has gifted the automotive world, the Ferrari California paved its way to being a landmark car for Ferrari by being the first of its kind in many ways. Debuting in 2008 at the Paris Motor Show, it was the first Ferrari to have a hardtop convertible with a folding metal roof. It's also the first front-mid engine Ferrari with a V8 engine, while its siblings had the engine behind the cabin. Having a Direct petrol injection, 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, and multi-link rear suspension are more firsts that came alongside the engine. This fine example of the 2012 Ferrari California Convertible is located in Florida with an original MSRP of $240,462. With recent maintenance and servicing done by the dealer, it has just 24300 on the clock and offers a host of optional extras.

2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

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$124,999
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The 2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano rolled into view as a grand tourer that replaced the 575M Maranello. It holds characteristics that bring F1 to the streets and borrows its name from the Ferrari test track, where they test road cars and F1 racers. The 599 GTB was honored as Car Of The Year by Evo Magazine and was crowned Supercar Of The Year by TopGear magazine in 2006. Chalked up to reflex optimized aerodynamics, Ferrari hadn't forgotten to give head-turning looks to the 599 GTB Fiorano as well. This beautiful example of the 2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano only has 8360 miles on its clock, has undergone recent maintenance and sits in Florida awaiting one lucky buyer.

2011 Ferrari California GT

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PENDING SALE
$91,999
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The Ferrari California has always been a staple in the Ferrari lineup. The model brought the front engine, V8 segment of the auto industry to a standstill when first released. The first California was released as a 2008 model year and continued on until 2012 when the California T nameplate took its place. The front-mid mounted, naturally aspirated eight cylinder gave the California the power it deserved to compete in this already flooded sports car market. The Ferrari California gave buyers the luxury of being able to daily drive an exotic car, while still being practical for everyday errands featuring a higher ride height and elevated cabin comfort compared to other supercars in this class.

2004 Ferrrari 360 Spider

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$89,999
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For sale is a rare gated-manual variant of the Ferrari 360 Spider. The 360 Spider has fast become a collectable, and the manual edition even more so, being one of the last cars Ferrari made with a proper gated manual transmission. This particular car has 45,150 miles and has reportedly been regularly maintained.

1997 Ferrari F355 GTS

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$74,999
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The short run of the Ferrari F355 from 1994 to 1999 will remain a classic time period in the Italian sports car history books. Although it was only around for 5 years, it came in multiple variations, including the Spider, GTS, Berlinetta, Challenge and a limited edition model. The GTS has the best of both worlds between coupe and convertible as it comes with a removable targa top.

2017 Ferrari 488 Spider Spider

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PENDING SALE
$299,999
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Hailed by Top Gear as the 2015 Supercar of the Year, the Ferrari 488 is the evolution of the 458 in both form and function. Powered by a turbocharged 3.9L V8 with 660 horsepower and 560 lb-ft of torque, this 2017 Ferrari 488 Spider was ordered with Sport Exhaust, Goldrake seats, carbon fiber component packages, and other options as listed below. It is now being offered on consignment through Exotic Car Trader with extremely low miles, a clean title, a clean Carfax, and an active 4-year/50,000-mile factory warranty package which began when it was purchased new.

2017 Ferrari 488 Spider Spider

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$284,999
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The 488 might not represent the first time Ferrari has gone turbo but arguably, this V8 twin turbo is one of the best sorted turbo cars with loads of upside potential for tuning. A trained eye will notice there are subtle modifications done to this 488 for sale done by pro techs to maintain the reliability and ramp up the performance of the already outstanding Ferrari 488 Spider.