In 2005, Ferrari introduced the successor to the widely loved 360: the F430. The F430, while visually similar to the 360, improved upon its predecessor in every measurable standard. A Tipo F136 4.3L V8 engine replaced the 3.6L V8 found in the 360, producing 90 horsepower more than the outgoing engine. The body was also significantly updated, increasing downforce while improving upon aerodynamic efficiency. The new F430 design incorporated styling cues from Ferrari's most iconic vehicles, including Enzo-inspired tail lights and rear vents, Testarossa-style wing mirrors, and a front end inspired by Ferrari's early Formula One race cars.
This 2006 Ferrari F430 is a phenomenal example, finished in Nero Daytona over a Beige leather interior equipped with Daytona style seats. It has been lovingly owned and well documented throughout it’s life, and as such it includes the window sticker, various invoices, documentation, and receipts through the years. Additional options include special ordered calipers, Daytona seats, a Handly fire extinguisher, run flat tires, heated seats, “Scuderia Ferrari” shields, rear parking sensors, and high power HIFI with a subwoofer. With single family ownership, original paint, and only 18,000 miles driven from new, this F430 is ready for road or track.