Evaluation: Ferrari’s fastest convertible with a 199-mph top speed, and one of just 559 Superamericas. Also a UK-delivered right-hand drive car with a 6-speed manual (one of 43 cars so-equipped), so this is a rare car indeed.
Currently showing 22,086 miles and represented with the same owner since 2007. Last serviced in 2017 and less than 300 miles ago. The headlight covers show some small stone hits. The black leather seats only have slight wear on the driver’s bolster, but everything else is holding up superbly. The wheels are clean but the tyres are worn. A used but desirably configured example of one of the most desirable Ferraris built in this century.
Bottom Line: While this car does show some light wear and has more miles than some collectors might want, that third pedal counts for a lot on modern Ferraris and it brought a big premium over what other flappy paddle 575 Superamericas have sold for recently. In dollar terms the premium seems a little bigger than it actually is thanks to the current exchange rate, but the premium is still there nonetheless.