2004 Ferrari Challenge Stradale

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2004 Ferrari Challenge Stradale

2004 Ferrari Challenge Stradale
Rare 2004 Ferrari Challenge Stradale in Tour de France Blue (TDF) over Tan Smooth Leather with Alcantara Dash and Door Moldings. Only 7,945 miles. Sold new on October 24th, 2003 through Ferrari of San Francisco in CA. Includes 2 keys with remotes, owner’s manuals and books, tools, air canister, and service records. The cam belt and fluid service was just completed by Ferrari of Central Florida inJanuary 2008 at 7,623 miles. The Stradale was built to be the ultimate street version of the Ferrari 360. Engine output was increased to 424hp, weight was reduced by nearly 200 lbs, the F1 gearbox was programmed with faster software, and carbon ceramic brakes and lightweight 19” challenge style rims with sticky Pirelli PZero Corsa tires were fitted. Inside, it’s nothing but the bare essentials for speed and agility: 2-Piece carbon fiber sport seats hold you firmly in place, and full carbon fiber door panels and center console save weight. If you are a true Ferrari driver and appreciate the raw feeling of speed and agility found in Ferrari’s limited edition Challenge Stradale, then this is your car. Fully inspected in-house both mechanically and cosmetically. We have specialized in offering spectacular Ferraris just like this for the last 29 years. Our reputation has been established with clients in every far corner of the U.S. and throughout the world. We have done this by only carrying the finest and most desirable Ferraris and Lamborghinis available anywhere. Nearly 40 percent of our business is from repeat and referral clients. Allow us to also help arrange financing and transportation of this Stradale directly to your home. Contact us for a more detailed description of this Ferrari. To trade your car or to purchase this car for yourself, simply call or email us today.
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