Spotter Rivitography UNITED STATES OF AMERICA rivitography
Spotted in Greenwich (CT), United States of America
Date 2019-06-27 06:28

I first found this 2000 Ferrari 550 Maranello driving down Greenwich Avenue and later turning onto Bruce Park Avenue on 7/15/2017 (photos 1-8). I found it again driving on West Putnam Avenue/US-1 on 6/22/2019 (photos 9-10). You don't really see these 550/575 Series Ferraris anymore either. I guess they are being scooped up by collectors these days. License plate: 550·M (CT)

Auto details

Topspeed 320 km/u
Acceleration 0-100 km/u 4.40 s
Power 486 pk
Torque 568 Nm @ 5000 tpm
Weight 1690 kg

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    NETHERLANDS LucasH  -  2019-06-27 at 12:21

    These are indeed becoming increasingly rare, nice to see this one still out on the road. I love the color on this one, so classy. The vanity plate is the cherry on the cake!

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    NETHERLANDS hardstyler  -  2019-06-27 at 17:17

    Awesome find! What a beauty. So much more desirable then the modern Ferrari's. Amazing!

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    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA NCspotter  -  2019-06-28 at 02:39

    Great spot! I think this was the last great-looking V12 Ferrari, and certainly is going to be worth a fortune in the future since they don't offer a manual anymore.

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    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Rivitography  -  2019-06-28 at 06:50

    @LucasH thanks! I think I have one more I still need to load onto here.
    @hardstyler I remember watching a Chasing Classic Cars clip around 10 years ago about buying Ferraris. The 575/550 series was valued at around $100,000-$120,000. Like @NCspotter said, these are most likely going to skyrocket in value within a few years because of the manual transmission.

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