Lot 21

2018   |   Amelia Island Auctions 2018

2002 Ferrari 575M Toggle

Coachwork by Pininfarina

SOLD $132,000


$175,000 - $225,000| Without Reserve



Car Highlights

Well-Maintained and Minimally Used Example
Displaying Less than 12,000 Miles
Major Belt and F1 Transmission Services in 2015
Optioned with Carbon Fiber Seats, Scuderia Shields and Painted Brake Calipers
Documented with Delivery Card, Service Invoices, and a CARFAX Vehicle History Report
Accompanied by Manuals, Tire Inflator, and Tool Kit

Technical Specs

5,748 CC DOHC 65° V-12 Engine
Bosch Motronic Fuel Injection
515 BHP at 7,250 RPM
6-Speed Automated Manual Transaxle
4-Wheel Ventilated Disc Brakes
4-Wheel Independent Suspension with Coil Springs over Telescopic Shock Absorbers
Register to Bid

In 2002, Ferrari rolled out the 575M, conceived as the successor to the 550 Maranello. Engine displacement was increased to 5.75 liters, and a number of components were redesigned, including the air intakes, front spoiler, and headlamp clusters. These changes prompted the “M” nomenclature, which stood for modificata – Italian for modified.

This modestly used early production 575M benefits from regular maintenance and a short chain of caretakers, as demonstrated by a CARFAX Vehicle History Report. Delivered new to Ferrari of Long Island, the 575M was soon purchased by a Colorado-based enthusiast who retained possession until August 2011. The 575M eventually was sold to a collector in the western US, and in 2015 the car was treated to two major services at Ferrari of Denver, including a full belt service and a service of the F1 transmission, including a new clutch.

After passing to an owner in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in early 2016, the Ferrari was subsequently acquired by the consignor, who owns a major collection in the eastern US. This beautifully maintained and well-optioned 575M currently displays less than 12,000 miles of sparing use, and is accompanied by manuals and a tool kit in the proper leather pouches, a tire inflator, and a car cover. It offers modern Maranello performance and is almost certain to evolve into a future classic.