Model 550 Barchetta Pininfarina is limited edition version of the 550 Maranello with 478hp.
It was first shown in 2000 at the Paris Motor Show, and is currently one of the rarest Ferrari convertible that are offered for sale in the previous 20 years, with only 448 copies made.
This example has driven 2,615 kilometers, with Giallo Fly Nero exterior and leather interior. Also there’s the six-speed automatic transmission.
Barchetta will cost 395,000 pounds. Newer and stronger 575 Superamerica is perhaps a wiser choice.
Launched in 2005, the 5.7 V12 engine with 508hp, who came from 575M model, which replaced 550 Maranello 2002. Superamerica comes with Grigio Silverstone Metallic exterior and Caramel leather interior. She crossed the 2,220 miles in just 11 years, and its price is 379,995 pounds.
“These incredibly rare Ferrari models are in perfect condition,” said Hexagon Classics Director, Paul Michaels. “You can not hope to find a better specimen 550 and 575 Superamerica Barchetta anywhere in the world. Both are on sale here at Hexagon and what is a major boost for our team. Both cars are fantastic modern classics”.