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CNC Motors 2007 612 Scaglietti w/ 4,600 Miles Fresh Major Service & Complete History!

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  1. CAM@CNCMOTORS

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    #1 CAM@CNCMOTORS, Jan 12, 2017
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    2007 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti
    Mileage: 4,653
    PRICED at $159,612

    Low mile Ferrari 612 Scagletti
    Fresh Major Service Completed!!!!
    1 Owner car out of Newport Beach CA
    All services completed since new at Ferrari of Newport Beach
    Black on Black with red inserts (Daytona Style seats)
    Complete Service History on File



    Service History Highlights:
    -December 2016 w/ 4,628 Miles: Major Service completed including timing belt over $6,000 in receipts

    -March 2016 w/ 3,573 Miles: Annual Service Completed

    -February 2015 w/ 2,912 Miles: Major Service completed including timing belt, New Battery and 4 New tires

    -February 2013 w/ 2,635 Miles: Annual Service Completed

    -June 2011 with 2,426 Miles: Annual Service Completed and replaced TPMS Sensors

    -May 2010 w/ 1,913 Miles: Annual Service Completed and New Battery Installed

    -April 2009 w/ 1,371 Miles: Annual Service Completed and Campaign Completed

    -June 2008 w/ 1,077 Miles: Recall/Campaigns Completed

    For more pictures 2007 Used Ferrari 612 Scaglietti at CNC Motors Inc. Serving Ontario, CA, IID 15831947
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  2. boat3

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    Beautiful car. Why two timing belts in less than two years on such low mileage? GLWS
     
  3. CAM@CNCMOTORS

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    Thank you!

    We had the car inspected before we got the service records and because they saw a leak and no service history (at that time) they suggested a major service.

    Plus on a super low mile nice car like this it is easier to sell it with a fresh major than not....
     
  4. boat3

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    Makes sense, thanks for the explanation.
     
  5. cf355

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    no harm in over servicing.....nice :)
     
  6. scudF1

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    612.... One of my favorites... Great car. GLWS
     
  7. h22gordo

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    Wow, fantastic example Cam.
     
  8. CAM@CNCMOTORS

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    No problem!
    Thank you and thumbs up for all the recent servicing!
    Awesome and thank you! I got to drive this car home and I absolutely loved it! I would not mind taking a couple hour road trip in it either!
    Thank you very much!
     
  9. CAM@CNCMOTORS

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    #10 CAM@CNCMOTORS, Feb 14, 2017
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    Price lowered to $139,999!!!
     
  11. Perkins

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    Can someone tell me how the F1 in the 612 compares to my 430? Same box or is it better/worse?
     
  12. rob lay

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    good question, similar generation, they came out about same time. maybe 430 is little quicker because meant to be sportier? I don't know.
     
  13. ar4me

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    I would say it suits the car well. I don't have a 430 for direct comparison, but it is not as fast in shifting as my Scud (nor is the 430), but then that wouldn't really suit the car... Anyway, it is similar generation F1 as the 430, so probably comparable.
     
  14. tazandjan

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    Min shift time in the F430 is 150 ms, on early 612s 180 ms, on HGTS/HGTC models ~160 ms. Algorithms for normal shifting are very similar. The 612 gearbox is much more robust than the F430 gearbox because of the 434 lb-ft of torque. Drivers would not notice much difference and 800-900 psi of hydraulic pressure does not care about the more robust 612 gearbox parts. If she is Motronic 7.3.2, shifting is further accelerated.
     
  15. Riz1

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    How is the F1 in the 612 vs the 599 gtb?
     
  16. CAM@CNCMOTORS

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    I drove this 612 home after we had the service done (and I loved it by the way) and I thought it shifted very well. I have thousands of miles on Ferraris over the years and I would day the 612, 430 and 599 all shift very similar. If I was blind folded and had to drive all 3 cars (off the top of my head) I do not think I could guess what car I was in based of the shifting.

    Now driving a 360 I could definitely say there would be a noticeable difference in the gearbox and the way the car shifts.

    Driving the 612 home I liked the car so much that I thought I could drive the car to Vegas (3 hours give or take) and have an amazing trip the whole time. I have drove a 430 home from Vegas and it was great but it was not like driving a GT car....


    Thank you very much for the info!

    See above but I would say very similar.....
     
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