Exclusive Motorcars is pleased to offer a collector grade 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi. This example is believed to be completely original from new and would make for a Ferrari Club of America preservation award candidate.
The Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer was first introduced in 1976 as the 512 BB as the predecessor of the 365 GT4 BB. Some of its advancements included refinements to the drivetrain, larger rear wheels for better handling, and a 5.0-liter 12-cylinder engine. In 1981, further refinements were made for the last series, the 512 BBi, which included Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection and a dual-plate clutch for better city driving. The 512 BBi is widely regarded as the most desirable and collectible of the boxer series produced by Ferrari. In the vehicle's final year of production 1984, there is believed to be only 144 total examples built.
This well-preserved example is finished in Rosso Corsa exterior and a Nero interior with the very desirable Daytona seat pattern which both still show very nicely. It currently sits with only 21,000 original kilometers, has recently received a major service, and only has only been 300 kilometers since. It comes complete with its tool kit, books, extensive service records, and original EPA & DOT documentation. This 512 BBi has been meticulously cared for and serviced its entire life and truly will make a very special addition to any collection.