1995 Ferrari 512M

Rare 512M, #58 of only 75 sent to the US and a recent full service done!


440hp Flat 12
Rosso Corsa
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A true 2 owner Rare 1995 Ferrari 512M originally sold by Ferrari of Houston on 10/10/1995 in Rosso Corsa Red over a Black Leather interior and car #58/75 with just 43,317 miles.  The 512M was built for a single year for the model year of 1995.  Only a mere 75 examples sent to the United States which makes the 512M one of the rarest Ferrari's out there!  The "M" that replaced the "TR" in its name stood for Modificata, which is Italian for modified.  Aside from its new name, the F512 M also received a revised version of the Testarossa’s 4.9-liter flat-12.  the F512 M received a number of styling upgrades that set it apart from its predecessor.  Up front, notable changes included conventional headlamps with framed lamps instead of the original pop-up units (for weight saving purposes), an oval grille, slender running lights and turn signals, and separate fog lamps. The redesigned cooling ducts in the apron were slightly smaller and were moved closer to the main grille. The front lid was also redesigned. The sharp inner edges were softened, while the wide vent underneath the wipers was replaced by a pair of V-shaped scoops.  Around back, modifications were similar to those applied up front, including new taillights. The F512M ditched the original layout seen on the Testarossa and 512 TR with the taillights hidden behind a wide, five-slat grille and adopted twin round units, a Ferrari trademark. The grille was also revised, gaining a body-colored frame.  The F512 M came with a more powerful version of the naturally aspirated, 4.9-liter flat-12 offered in the 512 TR.  Ferrari tweaked the internals and obtained an output of 440 horsepower and 370 pound-feet of torque, a 12-horsepower and eight-pound-feet increase over the 512 TR. Not only more powerful, the F512 M was also lighter.  Ferrari shaved 16 pounds off the previous engine thanks to new titanium connecting rods and a new crankshaft. In all, the car was nearly 40 pounds lighter than its predecessor and 112 pounds lighter than the original Testarossa.  The interior didn’t change much save for a few nips and tucks and a "512M" emblem on the dashboard.  Notable additions included a chrome gearshift knob and drilled aluminum pedals. The carbon-fiber bucket seats, weighing only 33 pounds, were also offered as a no-cost option.  Also included was the three-spoke steering wheel, the colorful instrument cluster, and the three-gauge cluster below the center stack.  A full Major Service was recently completed by an authorized Ferrari dealer.  Includes extra key, tool kit, owner's manual set and leather book binder.  Centrally located in Springfield, Missouri since 1979, we have led the industry in selling and transporting exotic cars long distance.  Allow us to also help arrange Enclosed Transportation of your new car directly to your home.  Financing is also available.  To trade your car or to purchase this car for yourself, simply call or email us today.