2002 Ferrari 456M GT Gated 6-Speed: 1 out of approximately 640 456M
GT gated examples to have been produced (worldwide) during the
456M's 1998 through 2004 model year production phase with this
absolutely beaming example being 1 out of the roughly 93 456M GT
units to have made it to the U.S. Donned in the form emphasizing
grey hue of Grigio Titanio Metallic over a Connolly leather swathed
interior featured in Beige. Shows an odometer reading of just
14,XXX miles and displays a Clean CARFAX Report, benefits from a
major recent servicing and this incredibly well-kept, ideal
environment controlled residing example doesn't suffer from the
dreaded dashboard pull that's so often seen on cars that have been
exposed to various, unaccommodating temperatures. Model Highlights:
an exterior design aesthetic encompassing sleek surface areas that
sensually segue into sculptural sophistication; the last Ferrari
model to utilize "pop-up" headlight assemblies; an extraordinary
2+2 grand tourer offering generous comfort, a gated shifter, and a
muscular V12 engine with a factory rating of 442-hp, a 7,250 rpm
redline, an estimated 0-60 time of 4.8 seconds with a top speed of
around 192 mph. For additional info regarding this superlative 456M
GT, offered by Ryan Friedman Motor Cars, call and/or text us now at
(516) 888-9000; we're authentic motor car aficionados, let's chat!
2002 Ferrari 456
Location:Glen Cove, New York
Exterior Color:Grigio Titanio
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