2002 Ferrari 575M

Maranello Coupe
Sale Price
$300,000 - $400,000
Est. Range
18 August 2022
Sold Date
Lot Number
Unrestored original
Broad Arrow Auctions
Auction House
Chassis number ZFFBV55A320128682. Rosso Corsa over tan leather piped in red. 5748-cc V-12/515hp, 6-speed manual, red calipers, Michelin Pilot Sport tires, Scuderia shields, red carpets, Daytona-style seats.

Evaluation: Represented as one of approximately 246 6-speed examples built and just 80 for the US market. Showing 10,000 miles. Some minor small stone chipping on the nose and headlight covers. A few small scratches on the mirrors as well but mostly good paint. Good, lightly worn interior. Straightforward, carefully owned modern Ferrari in classic colors, and the open gate 6-speed between the seats is what really makes it a standout.

Bottom line: Stick-shift Ferraris got rarer and rarer over the course of the 2000s until Maranello finally phased out the classic open-gate 6-speed in 2012. Late model 6-speed Ferraris are a proven commodity on the collector car market, and in the 575’s case a car with a clutch pedal can sell for over twice as much as one with paddles. That’s exactly what happened here, as automatic 575s typically sell for well under $200K.

by Andrew Newton
30 August 2022
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