- Body Type: Coupe
- 56,176 Km
- Year Built: 1979
- Trans: Manual
- Ext color: Rosso Chiaro
- Int color: Nero
Introduced in 1976 as the successor of the 365 GT4 BB, the 512 BB was an evolution of Ferrari’s first-ever production mid-engine twelve-cylinder road car. Very similar stylistically to its predecessor, the 512 BB featured a front spoiler, NACA vents located right before the rear wheels, two sets of twin rear stoplights (instead of three of the 365 GT4 BB) and the fuel cap was relocated on the left rear fin.
Originally delivered to French Ferrari Importer Charles Pozzi in 1979, finished in the classic “Rosso Chiaro” over a “Nero” leather interior.
The car is ready to be enjoyed. The car comes with Belgium registration papers, which can easily be used for registration in any EU country without additional import taxes.
A total of 929 carburetted 512 BBs were built between 1976 and 1981.