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Call us at 440-914-0000 or email us at email@example.com 2006 Ferrari F430 Spider F1 Extras are always good to find on a Ferrari, and this one has a nice mix. Scuderia Ferrari shields, Daytona seats, dash mounted dedication plate, F1 transmission, colored dashboard and the factory car cover. Description Only 9,745 miles 93 percent clutch life left Daytona style seats Colored dashboard Power seats Scuderia Ferrari shields Roll bar upholstery Colored steering wheel and stitching Wow what a gorgeous car this is! As you approach youll notice the brilliant silver exterior paint with the black convertible top and of course the Scuderia Ferrari shields, all of which are in near perfect condition! The paint is extremely smooth and still has a very high gloss shine. The entire hood and front portions of the front quarters are protected with a clear bra. The wheels are free of any major scratches and look fantastic. Inside is much the same as the exterior. The black leather Daytona style seats are in fantastic condition. This car is equipped with the colored dash, and all functions work as they should. Pop the top down, strap yourself in, and put your favorite tunes on, summer is here soon! Here's Car and Driver's take on the F430: One button pushed for 20 seconds drops the top of the new Ferrari F430 Spider into its lascivious splash of aluminum bodywork. Yes, just 20 seconds to a new and brighter you! Need more? Now try the button on the steering wheel, the one that says Start. Suddenly, you hear that sonorous purrrrrr, fast, fat, and deep, like a Bengal tiger getting its tummy scratched. That's a 483-hp, 4.3-liter V-8 tugging on your leash, so you'd better want to run. First gear stretches out to 8500 rpm, howling to make your shanks shake. Second gear should get you 60 mph in about 3.6 seconds and a misdemeanor conviction in four flat. Keep the hammer down through third, fourth, and fifth, and sixth will burn your scalp clean off at 186 mph, or so Ferrari claims. Coupe and spider share all their tech goodies, including the E-Diff electronic differential and self-adjusting Skyhook suspension. The spider carries another 150 pounds, mostly in the roof mechanism and steel rollover hoops. Seven electrohydraulic motors fold up the canvas top and stack it flat in a tiny compartment hidden under the headrest fairings. Because Ferrari designed the F430's cast- and extruded-aluminum skeleton for both tintop and topless duty, just 22 pounds go to frame reinforcement, all in the doors and rocker-panel boxes below the doors. Twisting and bending stiffness increases over that of the old 360 Spider. As the F430 thumps over rough pavement, the steering wheel and the floor are almost as jiggle-free as Francesco's marble columns. Wide, squat, and busied up with air dams, exhaust tubes, and mesh screens, the spider resembles the Millennium Falcon from the back as it screams past morning commuters in their microcubes. As with the F430 coupe, Ferrari credits both Pininfarina and Mini Cooper chief designer Frank Stephenson with the spider's look. (Stephenson has since moved on to more mundane work within Fiat.) Chopping the top reduced the F430's aerodynamic downforce, so the spider's tail spoiler rises to a higher peak to help make back the difference. At 124 mph, the spider is sucked to the road with 245 pounds of downforce and tracks with precision. Corners are quick work; a hand twitch cuts the apex, and the body stays flat. Life is surprisingly quiet at speed. A transparent polycarbonate wind blocker between the seats helps keep hats in place and the conversation two settings below shouting. Automatic exhaust-pipe valves turn up the wail under hard acceleration, but they open later in the spider--4000 rpm instead of 3000--if you set the manettino to low grip. The manettino is the rotary switch on the steering wheel that lets the driver fit the suspension, traction control, and stability settings to the mood. With the manettino, shift times also vary. In race, they bang home in as little as 0.15 second for that extra-quick lap time. At the Motor Car Group, we're enthusiasts first. We want you to enjoy your new car from the minute it's delivered and the trailer door drops. Before a car leaves our shop, it's gone through comprehensively, both visually and mechanically. We do more than just kick the tires, though: We fill your tires with nitrogen, road test (if the weather permits us here in Cleveland!) and clean it inside and out. We buff the paint using a three-step process immediately before it's taken away so that it gleams when it arrives. Every car we sell, from Sunday drivers through the rarest exotics, is meant to be driven--get out there! If you have any questions before, during or after the sale, do not hesitate to contact us. It's what we're here for! Call us at (440) 914-0000, write us at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by and see the new shop at 6441 Davis Industrial Parkway, Solon OH 44139. We're 26 miles from Cleveland Hopkins Airport and we can pick you up when you come to inspect or purchase your car. We welcome any prospective buyers, their buyer's agents or inspectors from Monday through Friday during business hours, as well as evenings and weekends by appointment. We're car people who love what we do, and you'll feel it from the first time you contact us. Give the R&H crew the opportunity to serve you: Our passion and attention to detail set us apart! Call us at 440-914-0000 or email us at email@example.com