A 1979 Ferrari 512BB Boxer at auction is a rare find. Even rarer is finding one that was imported LEGALLY and has the Federal paperwork to show it is street legal. This Ferrari supercar was enhanced by Koenig Specials, the German tuning house renowned for modifications to luxury and exotic cars, especially for performance enhancement for Ferraris. The mods were made at the factory and this vehicle is believed to be one of only 4 Koenig Boxers produced.

Koenig started tuning operations on Ferrari’s in 1974 with the Ferrari 365 BB. Using the finest materials and tested on test stands and in wind tunnels, these vehicles were stringently observed under both extreme road and racing conditions. Further testing and approval were given by the German Technical Supervisory Authority (TÜV). The Koenig upgrades would typically add 50% or more value to the vehicle over the standard retail price.

The Ferrari 512 Boxer at auction has been maintained and owned by one owner since 1998 and has been serviced only at Ferrari dealerships by this owner.
The Ferrari at auction is in phenomenal condition with 20,219 Km (12,563 miles) on the odometer. The current clutch and belts have less than 2500 miles on them.
This is a gorgeous black on black Ferrari and is one of only 929 Ferrari 512 Boxer’s produced with a carburetor. And, of those, only a handful were legally imported to the United States and have the necessary DOT paperwork making them street legal. Compass is offering this Ferrari 512 BB Boxer at public auction on 8/15/20 with final bids starting at 12pm ET.

This Car Is Being Auctioned As Lot # 100 by Compass Auctions Starting August 15th at Noon (Eastern Time)

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