10k-Mile 1992 Ferrari 512 TR
- Chassis: ZFFLG40A0N0091742
- 10k Miles Shown
- 4.9-Liter Flat-12
- Five-Speed Manual Transaxle
- Limited-Slip Differential
- Nero Paint
- Cream Connoly Leather Upholstery
- 18" Alloy Wheels
- Air Conditioning
- Sony Cassette Stereo w/CD Changer
- Powered Windows & Door Locks
- Tool Kit
- Car Cover
- Window Sticker
- Recent Service Records
- Clean Carfax Report
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This 1992 Ferrari 512 TR was produced in October 1991 and delivered new to Lake Forest Sports Cars, Ltd. of Lake Forest, Illinois. The car is finished in Nero over a cream leather interior and powered by a 4.9-liter flat-12 linked to a five-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential. Additional equipment includes 18″ five-spoke alloy wheels, pop-up headlights, air conditioning, and a Sony stereo featuring a CD changer. The selling dealer acquired the car in April 2022 from its reported second owner of 21 years. Maintenance in February 2016 included a timing belt service, fluid changes, and servicing of the air conditioning, while work completed in preparation for the sale included an oil change, engine coolant and brake fluid flush, and replacement of the spark plugs and tires. One of 408 examples delivered to North America between 1992 and 1994, this 512 TR shows 10k miles and is now offered in New Jersey with a window sticker, a toolkit, a car cover, manufacturer’s literature, recent service records, and a clean New Jersey title.
The Pininfarina-styled 512 TR was introduced as the updated successor to the Testarossa in 1991, with revisions that included color-matched bumpers and side sills, as well as extended rear buttresses and revised lighting. This example is finished in Nero (FER 1240) and features driving lights, dual mirrors, side strakes, and pop-up headlights, the latter of which are pictured in their raised position in the gallery below.
The staggered-width 18″ alloy wheels wear Pirelli tires in several gallery photos, and Continental Extreme Contact tires have subsequently been mounted in preparation for the sale. Stopping power is provided by four-piston brake calipers over cross-drilled rotors at all four corners.
The cabin features cream Connolly leather upholstery accented by a black upper dashboard and steering wheel. Equipment includes an exposed gated shifter, air conditioning, motorized passive shoulder belts, power windows, mirrors, and door locks, and a Sony AM/FM cassette stereo linked to a trunk-mounted CD changer.
The three-spoke steering wheel frames Veglia Borletti instrumentation consisting of a 200-mph speedometer, a 10k-rpm tachometer, and gauges for oil pressure and coolant temperature. The six-digit odometer shows 10k miles, 15 of which were added by the selling dealer.
The 4.9-liter DOHC flat-12 features Nikasil cylinder liners and Bosch engine management. Output was factory rated at 428 horsepower and 362 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential.
An invoice from Ferrari-Maserati of Long Island in Plainview, New York, totaling $8,621, details service that was performed in February 2016, with work that included rebuilding the water pumps, replacing the timing belts, belt tensioner, gaskets, and drive belts, as well as fluid changes and servicing of the air conditioning system. An oil change, engine coolant and brake fluid flush, and replacement of the spark plugs were completed in preparation for the sale.
Additional photos of the underside are included in the gallery below.
A tool kit along with manufacturer’s literature and service records are included in the sale.
The window sticker shows initial delivery to Lake Forest Sports Cars in Lake Forest, Illinois, factory colors, equipment, and a total suggested retail price of $195,600.
The Carfax report displays ownership history in Illinois, California, New York, and New Jersey, along with additional service records and consistent mileage updates.