Ferrari 550 for Sale

at Foskers, Brands Hatch - servicing Greater London, Kent and the South East


About the 550

When buying and selling Ferrari 550, Foskers is the South East choice. We source collectable and rare tipo including the 2 door Berlinetta Maranello, the roadster Barchetta, the Rossa and GTZ.

The Ferrari 550 Maranello was presented to the world at a grand launch event at Germany’s famous Nurburgring race track in 1996. It was more than 20 years since Ferrari had last produced a two-seat Grand Tourer (the last models of the 365 GTB/4 Daytona were built in 1973), but the 550 Maranello is certainly a worthy successor. Its looks are a world away from the wide, mid-engined F512M that preceded it, but the 550 is now rightly regarded as a Pininfarina classic. The 5.5-litre V12 first used in the 456 GT was revised by Ferrari’s engineers to produce 485 horsepower in the 550 Maranello, mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. Its performance remains staggering today: 0-62mph in 4.4 seconds, and a top speed of 199mph.

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Registered 1999
Mileage 41,580 miles
Engine Size 5.5l
Transmission Manual
Fuel Type Petrol
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Registered 2000
Mileage 60,621 km
Engine Size 5.5l
Transmission Manual
Fuel Type Petrol

Without doubt probably the most striking and ultimate, rare specification 550 on the market today
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Registered 1997
Mileage 38,275 miles
Engine Size 5.5l
Transmission Manual
Fuel Type Petrol

This Ferrari has been known to Foskers since 2009
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When buying and selling Ferrari 550, Foskers is the South East choice. We source collectable and rare tipo including the 2 door Berlinetta Maranello, the roadster Barchetta, the Rossa and GTZ.

The Ferrari 550 Maranello was presented to the world at a grand launch event at Germany’s famous Nurburgring race track in 1996. It was more than 20 years since Ferrari had last produced a two-seat Grand Tourer (the last models of the 365 GTB/4 Daytona were built in 1973), but the 550 Maranello is certainly a worthy successor. Its looks are a world away from the wide, mid-engined F512M that preceded it, but the 550 is now rightly regarded as a Pininfarina classic. The 5.5-litre V12 first used in the 456 GT was revised by Ferrari’s engineers to produce 485 horsepower in the 550 Maranello, mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. Its performance remains staggering today: 0-62mph in 4.4 seconds, and a top speed of 199mph.