In the mid-2000s Ferrari was the all-conquering force in Formula
One. Ferrari took what it had learned from the heat of the F1 grid
and transferred it to one of the most prominent supercars that came
out of the 2000s - the F430. This 2007 Ferrari F430 Spider is
powered by an F136 4.3-liter V8 engine mated to an F1 6-speed
automated manual transmission. The V8 kicks out 483hp and 343
ft/lbs of torque; enough to rear the Prancing Horse to 60 mph in
4.0 seconds and reach the cusp of 200 mph. The Pininfarina and
Frank Stephenson-designed exterior is painted in Rosso Corsa over a
Cuoio leather interior with Daytona-style seats. The F430 Spider
sits on a set of 19-inch split-spoke wheels clad in Bridgestone
tires. Additionally, this F430 features the ceramic composite brake
package and is a highly optioned 60th Anniversary Edition with
10,078 actual miles. From the Larry Winkler Collection. **SOME
STATES ISSUE "MILEAGE EXEMPT" TITLES AFTER 10 YEARS - THIS
CONSIGNOR REPRESENTS AND THE CURRENT TITLE REFLECTS "ACTUAL
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