Curiously, Ferrari never offered the 400 and 412 2+2 coupe officially in the United States. It wouldn't be until the early 1990s that a front-engine V12 would appear stateside once again, this time in the form of the car we see here: the 456GT. With a 5.5 liter V12 based on the Dino V6, this grand touring coupe was available with a 6-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic, one of a handful of Ferraris offered with a two-pedal option up to that point. A few years later, the F550 Maranello would be introduced, adding yet another front-engine V12 coupe in the lineup. With all the commotion this car caused, the 456GT became a bit of an afterthought. However, it has turned into one of the best Prancing Horse values of the present day.
Engine: 5.5 liter V12
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 32,629 mi
Price: $59,900 Buy It Now
CLICK FOR DETAILS:1995 Ferrari 456GT
This 1995 Ferrari 456 GT 6 Speed Manual Transmission, Finished Gray With Beige Leather Interior.
Driven Only 32,629 Documented Miles.
Meticulously Maintained and Serviced With Records Since New.
Serviced By Authorized Ferrari Service
With All Standard and Special Options As Follows:
Red Brake Calipers
Original Window Sticker
It's As Good As It Gets!
SUPER SHARP LEASE//FINANCE RATES AVAILABLE
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There's something about a Ferrari GT car in a subtle color that captures my attention. Perhaps it was the Marrone Metallizzato 250GT Lusso of Steve McQueen's that has this idea stuck in my mind, but the smooth Pininfarina lines on this V12 coupe look great with a sublime color like this. Values for the 456GT have sort of flatlined over the last few years, with most examples hovering between $50,000 to $65,000. Depending on when the last major service was completed, this one could be a decent value, given the low mileage and full history. If you've ever wanted a Ferrari touring coupe, now is as good a time as any.