It's no secret that I'm a fan of cars painted in interesting colors. I have to admit, I've never seen an F575M painted in what appears to be British racing green. At first glance, I didn't like it, but this car is beginning to grow on me. For sale in The Netherlands, this 6-speed manual, V12 coupe is one of my favorite Ferraris of all time. It represents a period of Ferrari motoring that, with the introduction of automatic clutches and various electronic aides, is fast becoming a part of history.
Special 575 M Maranello in a very rare color. Few delivered! What is even more rare for that Ferrari is the manual 6-speed transmission! There are just a handful in the entire production. Ferrari dealer Kroymans has always serviced it. Beautiful black leather interior. Car is absolutely accident free and of course in perfect mechanical shape. Service book maintained.
While the color is rare, the mileage isn't necessarily that low considering the six figure price tag. You can find similar examples of the F575M for between $70,000 to $90,000, with later models such as the Superamerica bringing upwards of $150,000. Still, it's a pretty good time to buy one of these front engine, V12 coupes because as time goes on and the driving experience becomes more automated, collectors will no doubt yearn for the days of the more involved driving experience. Much like its ancestor, the Daytona, the F575M will surely appreciate in the not too distant future.