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1984 512 BBi

$220,000

75,799 miles
Livonia MI

Motorious
866-948-1552
neil@motorious.com
www.motorious.com

23 days ago

  • Year: 1984
  • Model: 512 BBi
  • Description: To be offered exclusively on Bring a Trailer. Vintique Motors is thrilled to present this 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi The Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer (BB), introduced at the Turin Auto show in 1971, was produced by Ferrari between 1973 and 1984 with its design by Leonardo Fioravanti at Pininfarina. The first BB model, the 365 GT4 BB, replaced the front engine Daytona and was the first in a series of road-going Ferraris equipped with a mid-mounted flat-twelve engine. It was also the first mid-engine road-car to bear the Ferrari name and the Cavallino Rampante logo. The 365 GT4 BB was succeeded in 1976 by the 512 BB, equipped with a larger displacement engine, then by the fuel-injected 512 BBi in 1981. The 512 BBi was discontinued in 1984 when it was replaced with the equally iconic Testarossa. This 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi is finished in its original colors of Rosso Corsa over Tan Connolly leather and is 1 of 1,007 fuel injected Berlinetta Boxers built during its 4-year production run from 1981 to 1984. It was sold new in Modena, Italy to well-known Hollywood, CA based Ferrari mechanic: Pietro Iurilli. Pietro was known as the “mechanic of the stars” for maintaining the Ferrari’s owned by Hollywood’s elite including Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, and Clint Eastwood. He also earned the acclaim of Enzo Ferrari himself and had a personal friendship with the Il Commendatore. Per the records accompanying the car, Pietro took delivery of this 512 BBi, chassis 50749, at the Ferrari factory in Modena, Italy on 5/14/1984. Pietro proceeded to enjoy the car around Italy before shipping it to his home in Granada Hills, California. Pietro was assisted in importing it by Piero Salvaggio who also owned the famous Hollywood Italian restaurant, Valentinos, that he founded in 1972. It was loaded onto the Damosto and made port in Los Angeles, California on 7/26/1984 and proceeded to passed federal EPA emissions testing on 10/27/1984 with a reported 1,677 miles. It is believed this 512 BBi is a 3-owner example. Per a purchase order document accompanying the car, it is believed Pietro owned the car until a couple, Joseph and Janet Maddocks of Studio City, California, purchased it from VIP Consignments in West Hollywood, California with a reported 14,085 miles at an undetermined date in the mid-1990s, believed to be 1995. With no other physical records, per our research Joseph Maddocks enjoyed the car in California as well as participating in sanctioned FCA events at Willow Springs in 1995 and 2005 as well as annually participating in the Virigina City Hill Climb from 1995 to 1998. The believed third owner from Northville, Michigan purchased it on 3/4/2010 in which today it presents with 75,799 miles on the odometer. Factory offered features include the Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection, metric-sized center-lock Cromodora wheels, factory correct metric-sized 240/55VR415 Michelin TRX tires with 2002 date codes, four-wheel disc brakes, air conditioning, power windows, a Pioneer audio system with cassette player and graphic equalizer, leather wrapped MOMO steering wheel, Veglia Borletti instrumentation, pop-up headlights flanking aluminum hood louvers, NACA ducts rearward of the doors, a high-mount rear spoiler, a front chin spoiler, fog lights external to the grille, and rectangular side markers. Construction incorporates a steel-paneled cabin section between tubular subframes, while bodywork combines aluminum front and rear clamshells and door panels with fiberglass lower panels. The suspension system incorporates unequal-length wishbones, anti-roll bars at front and rear, and coilover shock absorbers, with double coilovers at each rear wheel. Do not miss this opportunity to acquire one of these rare ’80s Ferrari icons with good records that you can enjoy driving!
  • Stock: V1223
  • https://www.motorious.com/vehicles/299086/1984-ferrari-512-bbi
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