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With an original listing price of $325,277 this 2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano arrived with many desirable upgrades. At the heart of this grand tourer is a 5.9 liter 12 cylinder motor making 611 hp and 448 lb-ft of torque. The 599 weighs just over 3,700 lbs and can accelerate from 0-60 in just over three seconds, reaching a top speed of 205 mph. Braking is similarly astounding. This car is equipped with a carbon ceramic brake package, an option that added $19,000 to the original sticker price. 


Stepping into this 599 your eyes are drawn to the abundance of carbon fiber in the cabin. The air vents, shaped like jet engine turbines are covered with carbon fiber, the steering wheel is inlaid with the material and is adorned with several switches and buttons. Peering ahead there’s a large yellow tachometer front and center with carbon fiber shift paddles on either side of the steering wheel. The leather wrapped Recaros are sleek and supportive. At 6”1 I had more than enough room to find a comfortable driving position. Pedal the brake, press the start button and a crescendo of cylinders roars to life. The sound of the enzo-derived 12 cylinder motor is simply magnificent. Shifting the F1 gearbox takes a little getting used to, it really is a manual gearbox with sequential shifting and not a tiptronic automatic. On the open road the 599 feels remarkably well balanced and is a joy to drive. The car is responsive and easy to finesse around corners. Switching between automatic and manual mode happens with the press of a button and gives you complete control. The proportions of the 599  will delight you in a scale of grandeur yet provide the responsiveness of a much smaller machine.


  • Carbon ceramic brake system with yellow calipers (original surcharge: $1,569)

  • Carbon fiber driving zone (original surcharge: $5,846)

  • Scuderia Ferrari shields (original surcharge: $1,743)

  • Monolithic BBS 20” wheels wrapped in Pirelli rubber (original surcharge: $3,536)

  • Full electric Recaro seats (original surcharge: $3,710)

  • Leather rear shelf and other options (original surcharge: $6,083)

2007 Ferrari


  • VIN: ZFFFC60A470155370

  • Year: 2007

  • Transmission: F1 Superfast 6 speed sequential manual 

  • Engine: Enzo derived 4 cam 5.9 liter V12. 611 HP, 448 lb-ft torque

  • SCM Magneto-Rheologicial Suspension Control

  • F1 Trac-predictive traction control

  • Il Manettino - steering wheel mounted systems control

  • Bi-xenon headlamps

  • Miles: 18,000

  • Exterior Color: Tour de France Blue

  • Interior Color: Gregio Gray

  • Title: Clean

  • Consignment: Yes

  • Location: Denver, CO


2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano
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History & Maintenance

  • Ownership History

    • 6 owners since 2007 with history in Washington, Florida, Georgia, California, and Colorado. The current owner has had the car since August of 2017 and has added approximately 3,500 miles.

  • Ownership Experience

    • After taking the 599 for a test drive he traded a Porsche 997 Turbo. 

    • The current owners recalled one of his favorite road trips in the car was a trip from Denver to Telluride for the Autumn Classic – a world-class celebration of automobiles, motorcycles, and aircraft.

    • The car has been garage-kept and exclusively summer driven. When asked what he enjoyed most about owning the 599 the current owner said - the lines of the car and the sound of that 12-cylinder motor. 

  • Maintenance Highlights

    • Records indicate all factory service intervals have been completed.   

    • The last oil change was completed on 7/11/2023 @17,982 miles

    • Driven . . . miles since last oil change . . .  months ago.

    • Engine Internal Service completed 7/11/2023 @17,982 miles

    • Replaced: timing cover gaskets, rings, and seals, valve cover gaskets, spark plug tube seals, chain tensioner gasket, crank seal, right and left side valve cover gaskets, spark plug well seals, and Intake runner gasket.

    • 4 year Service items

    • Replaced compressor belt and AC belt

    • Brake fluid flush

    • Replaced spark plugs, 

    • Air filter and pollen filter

    • The oil pressure transmitter replaced  

    • Known Flaws

    • Small scratches on the air right side air intake (approximate size 3-5 mm), and very minor spidering in the paint seen on the front bumper (approximately .5”-1” in size). 

    • Monogrammed carbon fiber stereo cover doesn’t shut fully.  


For 75 years, Ferrari has been making V12 engines that have won world championships, charmed owners, powered the world’s fastest cars, and become the ultimate expression of the internal combustion engine. A V12 powered the first Ferrari and it powers the newest Purosangue. It’s Maranello’s most famous engine configuration, but why 12 cylinders?  They provide smooth power delivery, they're well balanced and they can rev higher – helped by the small size of each cylinder. They are usually large displacement engines, so more air and fuel are ingested, boosting power. They were – and are – rare because they're expensive and complicated. Perhaps the most legendary of all the 12 cylinder Ferrari’s is the 250 GTO pictured below, a car valued at more than $50M. 


Interior                 A

The interior of this vehicle is in immaculate condition, there are no signs of stains, wear or rips in the leather. The only issue we observed is a carbon fiber stereo cover that does not fully close. We spoke with Maranello Motors about the issue, there’s a small clip that would need to be replaced but requires removing the entire dash to get to it. 

Exterior                A-

The exterior is very in good condition with a couple minor flaws including; hairline spidering of paint on front bumper, small nick in the paint at the leading edge of side air intake. The entire car was professionally detailed in August 2023. The painted wascorrected and protected, the car has seen less than 200 miles since.  

Mechanical         A+

$12K worth of service was recently completed including the scheduled 4 year maintanance. 


Photographer's notes

When I first saw this car with the PPF and black vinyl on the car I thought the car was nice looking and nothing spectacular. That all changed once the car had the old black vinyl and PPF removed. Once the old yellowed and scuffed-up paint protectant came off the car was polished up into a gorgeous head turner. The color’s depth is captivating and I love the contrast of the blue with the yellow brake calipers. To be honest, it looks like a brand new car. Overall the car is in great shape with only a few blemishes on the exterior. What would’ve been a scratch is now a line dent (thanks to PPF) on the front driver-side fender below the headlight, and there is some spider webbing on the front bumper as well as on the passenger side front lip and some of the paint has been removed from driving on both side skirts near the front wheel. I’ve detailed all these in the photos. The styling of this car is quite elegant, but the more you look at it, the more you notice the aggressive details and lines. The interior is in great shape with no large scuffs or scratches on the seats. No stains on the carpet either. Mechanically the car feels great, the power comes on instantly and shifts are lightning-quick. I absolutely love how this car sounds and driving it with the windows down is a requirement so you can take in the V12 symphony in all its glory. I think this car would be a great weekend cruiser.

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