SPECTACULAR CONDITION! ONLY 4,646 CAREFULLY DRIVEN MILES! JUST RELEASED FROM LONG-TERM OWNERSHIP LIMITED PRODUCTION MODEL; ONE OF ONLY 170 BUILT FOR THE U.S. MARKET METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED INCREDIBLY ORIGINAL STORED IN A CLIMATE CONTROLLED FACILITY RECENT COMPLETE SERVICE PERFORMED IN JULY 2016 DOCUMENTATION INCLUDES ORIGINAL BOOKS, BROCHURES, TOOLS, CAR COVER, SEAT PROTECTORS, AND MORE! OPTIONS INCLUDE: DAYTONA SEAT PACKAGE WITH BLACK INSERTS HIGH POWER HI-FI STEREO SYSTEM WITH CD CHANGER REAR WALL LEATHER UPHOLSTERY SCUDERIA SHIELDS 19” MODULAR WHEELS REVOCROMICO ROTATING ROOF WITH ELECTROCHROMIC GLASS 6-SPEED “F1” TRANSMISSION 4-WHEEL VENTILATED POWER DISC BRAKES CLIMATE CONTROLLED AIR CONDITIONING POWER ADJUSTABLE SEATS VIRTUALLY CANNOT BE TOLD FROM NEW!! TREMENDOUS INVESTMENT POTENTIAL! A COLLECTOR'S DREAM! Ferrari first used the Superamerica name on the 410 model that premiered at the Brussels Salon in 1956. From that point on, the name would be associated with Ferrari's flagship models, the grandest of tourers that were destined for the carriage houses of captains of industry, A-list celebrities, and various heads of state. Superamericas offered world-beating performance with the highest available degree of luxury, and they became renowned as amongst the most desirable automobiles that money could buy. The final 400 Superamerica was produced in 1964, and with it, the Superamerica name ceased in usage for over four decades. It was a legendary moniker that was considered the ultimate by tifosi. In 2005, the fabled name returned on a limited-edition convertible variant of the 575M Maranello that had been beautifully drawn by Pininfarina with lines that perfectly complemented the personality of the car. Rather than fitting the Superamerica with a conventional folding soft top, Ferrari chose a special “Revocromico” roof, which was crafted of electrochromatic glass and carbon fiber. With the push of a button, the roof would rotate away in less than 10 seconds, opening the interior to the air, with the rear window remaining in place to function as a wind deflector. If the weather was not favorable, the level of tint in the glass could be adjusted to allow the full brightness of a conventional sunroof, with as little as 1% of available sunlight, into the cabin. Unlike most retractable hardtops, the 575 Superamerica's roof panel rested on the rear deck when in the open position, leaving plenty of room for a week's luggage in the trunk. The 2005 Ferrari 575 Superamerica offered here is finished in stunning Rosso Corsa Red with an impeccably kept tan leather interior and black Daytona inserts. This 575 was stored in a climate controlled facility when not in use, and virtually cannot be told from new. It has been meticulously maintained; and recently received a complete service in July of 2016. This Superamerica is fitted with nearly every desired option such as Daytona seats, high power Hi-Fi stereo system with CD player, Scuderia shields, 19” 5-spoke modular wheels and much more. We are proud to offer this like new 575 Superamerica to the most demanding collector, investor or enthusiast who desires the best. Classic cars have proven to be among the most resilient and rewarding investments in recent years with the Historic Automobile Group Index (HAGI) jumping 39% in 2013 and posting gains of 395-percent over the last 10-years. Ready to make an investment you can actually enjoy? Please contact one of our expert sales consultants at (314)291-7000 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. They will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description, and answer any questions you may have. Buy with confidence; this might be one of the best finds on the market. Trades welcome! Financing available!