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Want To Be The One Who Finally Puts Some Miles On This Ferrari F12 70th Ann. Edition?

The original MSRP for this Ferrari F12 70th Anniversary Edition was $473,738, with nearly $150k in options.

Not digging that ex-Chris Harris owned dark grey Ferrari F12 we posted earlier today? Well, it turns out we found another interesting sample that might tickle your fancy, and this one’s truly special even if the dual color theme isn’t for everyone.

If you’re a collector with extremely deep pockets and a taste for special edition exotics, you also might not mind spending $398,900 on the 2017 Ferrari F12berlinetta 70th Anniversary Edition pictured here.

The car is for sale through Marshall Goldman Ohio, and according to the listing, its 6.3-liter naturally-aspirated V12 rocket of an engine has only done 160 miles (257 km). We wouldn’t go as far as to say this is a brand new car (you’d need delivery mileage for that), but it’s close.

Apparently, this is one of only five Ferraris made to this specification, and the only F12berlinetta to have it. As for what this spec really has to offer, well, let’s get into that.

The dual-tone Grigio Alloy exterior takes after a 1958 250 GT Berlinetta, and houses matte Grigio wheels, matte black lower plastic bits and external grilles, light chrome accents, 70th Anniversary exterior quarter panel badges, 20-inch forged wheels, black calipers and a sports exhaust system.

If you think that’s nice, wait until you hear about its Dune leather interior, which features black leather upholstery on the lower dash, central door panels, armrests, rear wall, rear shelf, straps and headliner. Then there’s the black Alcantara on the lower center console, black carpeting, rounded vertical piping on the seats, Beige Charo stitching, aluminum elements, matte black cupholders, special badges between the seats (with exposed seat backs) and plenty more.

As for performance, the 6.3-liter V12 is known to be good for 730 HP (740 PS) and 509 lb-ft (690 Nm) of torque, sufficient so as to get you from rest to 60 mph (96 km/h) in about 3 seconds flat.

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