2009FerrariF430

Ferrari F430

The Ferrari F430 integrates F1-racing technology into its powertrain, suspension, chassis and body aerodynamics to bring racing performance to the road. The Scuderia is a lighter-weight and more powerful version of the F430 coupe that allows the serious enthusiast to compete on the track and on the…

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2009 Ferrari F430
MSRP: $186,925 - $281,618
2008 Ferrari F430
MSRP: $186,925 - $277,456
2007 Ferrari F430
MSRP: $173,079 - $211,525
2006 Ferrari F430
MSRP: $168,005 - $202,349
2005 Ferrari F430
MSRP: $170,045 - $198,667
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2008 Ferrari F430
$219,000 / 1,813 miles / NJ
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