- Tasteful combination of Nero over Nero Alcantara
- Includes its original owner’s manual, books, and spare keys
- Driven about 6,200 miles from new
First shown to the public at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show and unveiled by Ferrari’s legendary Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher, the 430 Scuderia succeeded the outgoing Challenge Stradale as the road-going variant of the F430 Challenge race car. Improvements over the standard F430 coupe were instantly apparent both upon first inspection and behind the wheel. These included a faster-shifting gearbox, an increase in overall downforce due to slightly different bodywork and revised aerodynamics, and the addition of carbon-ceramic brakes as standard.
Delivered new through Ferrari of Long Island, this 430 Scuderia is beautifully presented in Nero with the signature racing stripe in silver. The car’s interior trim perfectly mimics its exterior in Nero Alcantara with stitching and 3D seat inserts in Grigio Chiaro. Further options include contrasting yellow brake calipers and rev counter, carbon-fiber steering wheel with LEDs, stereo with navigation and Bluetooth, and a fire extinguisher. According to the accompanying Carfax report, its first owner took delivery of the new 430 Scuderia in June 2008. The car has lived the majority of its life on Long Island and remains in wonderful condition both inside and out. Included is the original owner’s manual, books, and a spare set of keys.
Over a decade after its initial introduction, the 430 Scuderia has aged exceptionally well, and its performance is still thrilling, even compared to Ferrari’s more recent offerings. With approximately 6,200 miles from new and presented in a tasteful color combination, this would be a thrilling modern Ferrari to drive and enjoy.