All of Ferrari’s mid-engined V8 supercars are special but the 430 Scuderia is even more special than most.
Ferrari unveiled the hardcore, track-focused variant of the F430 back in 2007 with Michael Schumacher famously playing a role in its development. While it was later succeeded by the 458 Speciale and then the 488 Pista, the 430 Scuderia remains a true Ferrari icon and a stunning used example recently landed on our desks.
This 430 Scuderia is a 2009 model and up for auction from Bring A Trailer. It was delivered new to Ferrari of Atlanta in Roswell, Georgia and has had three different owners. It is currently up for sale in Summerfield, North Carolina.
Like most others, the car is painted Rosso Corsa with silver racing stripes and retains its factory 19-inch wheels, currently wrapped in 235/35 and 285/35 Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. It is also rocking optional red-painted brake calipers and has carbon-ceramic rotors. The 430 also has the available Scuderia fender shields and paint protection film has been applied across all exterior body panels.
Inside, the hardcore supercar is rocking a set of carbon-shell bucket seats with black Alcantara and red inserts. The original owner opted against having an audio system installed. However, with a screaming 4.3-liter V8 engine located right behind the cabin, that is no bad thing.
A look at the odometer reveals the car has just over 11,000 miles (17,702 km) on the clock while the window sticker reveals it had an original MSRP of $302,051. It will be sold with a factory tool kit, battery tender, two keys, a red car cover, seat covers, a Ferrari duffel bag, and the owner’s manuals.