Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
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Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
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Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004
Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano 2004

2004 Ferrari 575M Manual & Fiorano

£ 149,995

This is one of only 69 examples of the 575M supplied to the UK market with the desirable open gate six speed manual gearbox. Finished in the great colour scheme of Grigio Titanio with Bordeaux hide, it is even rarer in featuring the Fiorano handling pack, a factory option that transforms the handling and road holding and regarded as essential by the motoring press at the time. This 575M has covered 29,000 miles with a full history and it remains in exceptional order throughout.

The car was first supplied by Maranello Sales in Egham on the 27th April 2004 to Sir Jack Baldwin, a resident of Oxford. He retained the car for a couple of years covering some 10,000 miles before selling it. He obviously missed it as he re-purchased the 575 when it was offered for sale at Graypaul Nottingham from the second owner in 2008. 

Since then several enthusiasts have enjoyed the car and all have looked after it beautifully, as shown in its great condition, tightness on the road and impressive maintenance history. The original stamped service book and invoicing on file fully documents and details the life of the car as summarised below.

One of the last of the great V12 engined GT Ferrari’s with a manual gearbox, this great 575M comes with the above-mentioned full history, all books in the correct wallet, all keys and tools.