Evaluation: Present ownership since 2014, represented as recently belt serviced but also stated to need a new major and cam belt service. Clean, orderly engine compartment. Good original upholstery lightly patinaed appropriate to the 44,151 km displayed on the odometer. There’s a tiny chip on the right rear corner but otherwise the paint is good and bright. Reassuring in appearance yet confusing in its service history.
Bottom Line: The Berlinetta Boxer benefited from Ferrari’s Formula 1 experience with horizontally-opposed 12-cylinder engines in the late Sixties. In addition to the confusion over its service status, this BBi is also confusing that it is called a 1987, when 512 BBi production ended in 1984. 1987 was well into the era of its successor, the Testarossa. Under the confusing circumstances it did well to bring this price.