2009 Ferrari F430 Scuderia
7,755 miles since new
Last year of production of the Scuderia
Lightweight and limited-edition Ferrari
F1-style semi-automatic dual clutch transmission
503 horsepower naturally aspirated V8 engine
Rosso Scuderia over black alcantara and red 3-D fabric
Has books, tools and service documents
Lightweight, powerful and packed with Ferrari's most potent technology, the Ferrari F430 Scuderia was the Italian auto manufacturer's answer to the likes of Porsche and Lamborghini lightweight and track-focused cars. Unveiled at the 2007 Frankfurt Auto Show by Ferrari's crown jewel racer Michael Schumacher, the car was met with instant acclaim. The lightweight supercar shed 220 pounds while increasing power to 503 horsepower, all while utilizing Ferrari's semi-automatic transmission capable of 60 millisecond shifts. With a 3.6 second 0-60 time, the Scuderia was a top-level performer when originally released and still can stay with some of today's best modern supercars.
The Scuderia was first sold by Cauley Ferrari of West Bloomfield, Michigan in January of 2010. Painted Rosso Scuderia red over a black alcantara interior with 3-D fabric, the Scuderia had numerous options added which included: the U.S. carbon package, fully trimmed trunk, rev counter in red, Alcantara upholstery, carbon fiber steering wheel with LED shift lights, navigation system with Bluetooth, Nart racing stripe, carbon fiber racing seats, and special contrast stitching in red. The first owner would only drive the car approximately 1,134 miles before the 2nd owner in California purchased the car.
The Ferrari would have a couple of owners between 2011 and October of 2013 when Larry Hill would purchase the Scuderia. Larry would keep the car for little more than 3 years, maintaining the car and adding only 1,633 miles during that time. Ensuring the car was working properly during his ownership, he would have regular oil changes and keep up to date on maintenance items. In August of 2017, the most recent owner purchased the car. During his ownership he added only 175 miles to the odometer, keeping this Ferrari Scuderia pristine. Kept in California during this time, he remained in his collection for some time before having Canepa find a new owner for the supercar.
The Scuderia was inspected from front to back when it arrived at Canepa, and it was deemed to be an excellent example of the rare supercars. In excellent mechanical order and cosmetically needing just a light cleaning, the Rosso Scuderia red paint was in stunning condition. With the sorted Ferrari F430 Scuderia supercar now ready for its new owner, this car represents a fantastic opportunity for a future owner. With the performance levels of modern supercars, that high-revving V8 engine and the insanely quick-shifting Ferrari F-1 style transmission, this is sure to become one of the most memorable modern classics from the Maranello manufacturer.