1980 Ferrari 512BB

1980 Ferrari 512BB for sale in Sterling, Virginia

$299,985

1980 Ferrari 512BB for sale on GoCars
 
THIS VEHICLE IS LISTED BY

Ferrari of Washington
45235 Towlern Place
Sterling, VA 20166
United States

VEHICLE DETAILS

CONDITION:
Used
YEAR:
1980
TRIM LEVEL:
Not Specified
MILEAGE:
16,370 mi
VIN:
00000000000033625
FUEL TYPE:
Not Specified
ENGINE TYPE:
Not Specified
ENG. DISPLACEMENT: ENG. DISPL.:
Not Specified
CATEGORY / STYLE: CATEGORY:
Sedan
TRANSMISSION:
Not Specified
DRIVE:
Not Specified
DRIVETRAIN:
Not Specified
NO. OF DOORS:
Not Specified
EXTERIOR COLOR: EXT. COLOR:
Red
INTERIOR COLOR: INT. COLOR:
Not Specified
STOCK NO:
33625

VEHICLE DESCRIPTION

Used 1980 Ferrari 512BB for sale in Sterling, Virginia

Ferrari of Washington is pleased to announce the arrival of this amazing 512bb its well maintained with tools books and service records and is a complete joy to drive with this carbureted version of one of Ferraris most famous super cars, originally sold new in France in 1980 this Boxer has been meticulously maintained by all of its owners The last owner that recently traded this car serviced it at Factory authorized dealer service centers as indicated by service records. this BBs odometer records in kilometers which equate to 16370 miles About the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer: The Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer was introduced in 1973 to replace the 365 GTB/4. Designed by Leonardo Fioravanti, it was a radical departure from the front-engined Daytona in design and purpose. Enzo Ferrari felt that a mid-engined road car would be too difficult for his buyers to handle, and it took many years for his engineers to convince him to adopt the layout. This attitude began to change as the marque lost its racing dominance in the late 1950s to mid-engined competitors. In the late 60s Ferrari finally allowed the production of the mid-engined Dino road cars, but only if they used the less powerful 6-cylinder engine, and not carry the Ferrari badge. Real Ferraris had 12 cylinders.The 365 GT4 Berlinetta Boxer was the first mid-engine Ferrari badged street car. In 1976 the 365 GT4/BB was updated as the 512 BB, resurrecting the name of the earlier Ferrari 512 racer. The engine was larger at 4942cc, had an increased compression ratio of 9.2:1. Only 929 512BB models were ever produced. In popular culture the 512BB is forever connected to the video of Sammy Hagar's automotive anthem I Can't Drive 55.Specifications: Mid-mounted 4.9 liter flat 12 cylinder engine 360 horsepower 333 lb-ft of torque Top speed: 188mph 0-62: 5.4 seconds
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Reference ID: GC-19312

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