1995 Ferrari 456GT (M)
At Stable Vehicle Storage we are proud to offer to market this 1995 (M reg) Ferrari 456 GT, on behalf of it's current keeper.
First registered on March 27th 1995 at Maranello Concessionaires, it has covered just 41,000miles from new, and has been part of a superb collection for the last 10 years, however the current keeper has now decided it is time to part ways with this superb example that he has enjoyed, since purchase in November 2011.
Finished in Azzuro Monaco, the paintwork on the car is in excellent condition. There is believed to be very few Azzuro Monaco 456's ever produced, and naturally even fewer destined for the UK.
The car is fitted with silver five spoke alloys, which are all wrapped in Bridgestone Expedia tyres which all have plenty of remaining tread depth.
As photographed, the undersides of the vehicle remain in remarkable condition and the current keeper has focused on making the underside just as superb as the rest of the car.
This 456 is an early 'pre airbag' model which offers a much sportier design steering wheel and pairing that with the manual transmission, this is the most 'driver orientated' 456GT you can buy! The Silver Grey leather interior is in excellent condition, and there is very little to no wear throughout. It has the original factory fitted radio, although the current keeper has had a iPhone cable installed into the glove compartment, for which the invoice is in the history file.
This is a very rare 6-speed manual car which offers a much more involved driving experience over the much more commonly available automatic variant.
The most recent MOT was carried out in August 2020, and the car passed with 0 advisories.
In the current keepers ownership, the car has largely been maintained by reputable Ferrari specialists Emblem Sports Cars in Dorset, where a vast amount of money has been spent to get this 456 to the extremely high standard it is offered in today, both mechanically and visually.
A simply huge history file is supplied with the car detailing all the work that has been carried out, as well as correspondence with the Ferrari Owners Club, that the current keeper is a well respected member of. This example has led a truly pampered life, where the owner has had a 'no expense spared' attitude towards it.
The car has a Export Marker due to the current keeper temporarily residing in New Zealand between 2013 to 2018. The car was returned back to the UK at the start of 2019. The whole process both export and import is documented thoroughly in the history file. In New Zealand, the car was maintained by Continental Cars Ferrari Specialist.
In summary, no stone has been left un-turned, and you really would be hard pushed to find a more complete example.