This 2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti is a black-on-black example that is powered by a 5.7-liter DOHC V12 mated to a a six-speed sequential transmission. The car features Daytona seats, yellow brake calipers, and Scuderia fender shields as well as modifications such as lowered suspension, black 20″ wheels, and a touchscreen stereo. Service since the seller’s acquisition in January 2020 included fluid changes as well as replacement of the TPMS sensors and trunk lid struts. This 612 shows 45k kilometers (~28k miles) and is offered with a clean Carfax report, recent service receipts, and a Wyoming title.
The aluminum body is finished in black with Scuderia fender shields as well as a chrome grille with a prancing horse emblem. The condition of the paintwork is shown up close in the gallery below.
Modifications include a 1″ lowering kit as well as black 20″ wheels that wear Pirelli P Zero tires measuring 245/35 up front and 305/35 out back. Braking is handled by yellow four-piston calipers paired with cross-drilled steel rotors. All four tire pressure monitoring sensors and the brake fluid were replaced in May 2020.
The 2+2 interior features Daytona seats with yellow stitching to match the dash and door panels, which are accented with aluminum trim. Equipment includes dual-zone automatic climate control and a touchscreen Pioneer stereo with a backup camera display and Bluetooth. The trunk lid struts were replaced in May 2020.
The leather-rimmed multi-function steering wheel includes drive and suspension mode selectors in addition to aluminum shift paddles. Instrumentation includes a 220-mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 7,400-pm redline, with supplemental functions handled by a configurable digital display. The odometer shows 45k kilometers (~28k miles), approximately 1,000 of which have been added by the seller.
The 5.7-liter V12 was factory-rated at 533 horsepower and 434 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent through a six-speed F1A electrohydraulically-actuated gearbox. A May 2020 service performed by Ferrari of Denver in Colorado included replacement of fluids for the gearbox, differential, and power steering system as well as replacement of the pollen and air filters. The last belt service was conducted in 2017 and the clutch shows 26.53% wear according to supplied service receipts.
The June 2020 Carfax report indicates no accidents or other damage and shows registration history in California, Canada, and Wyoming. There is currently a lien on the car, and the seller’s lender will need to be paid off before its title can be transferred to the next owner. Walk-around and driving footage can be seen below.