This Ferrari F40 was new delivered in Italy (EU specs) and exported to Japan in 1998. In Japan he had 2 owners.
The vehicle is checked and was in very good condition as we bought it.
Some minor issues were found, for one the tanks were leaking. That’s why we decided to bring the vehicle to the Ferrari dealership to make a complete technical improvement.
This F40 has been completely technically restored by the Ferrari dealer in Antwerp since the beginning of 2016, whereby all flaws that they have found were either replaced or repaired. The engine is completely overhauled (0km). Also things like gearboxes, turbo’s, tanks, exhaust system, brakes, wheel suspension, joints, etc.etc. were renewed.
Pictures and bills available. When finished, the official Ferrari Certificate will be included.
If you are looking for a F40 which is technically 100%, then you can for sure consider buying this car.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. You can reach us under the number 0031436017390. We speak Dutch, German, English and Spanish.
- Smoke-free car
- Top speed: 324 km/h (201 mph)
- 0–100 km/h (62 mph): 4.1 sec.
- 0–400 m: 11.9 sec.
-0–1000 m: 20.9 sec.
- Track Tests
- Bedford Autodrome: 1:25.50
- Tsukuba: 1:03.73
- Suzuka: 2:25.265
- F120A engine
- Type: rear mid, longitudinal, 90° V8
- Bore/stroke: 82 x 69.5 mm
- Unitary displacement: 367.03 cc
- Total displacement: 2936 cc
- Compression ratio: 7.7 : 1
- Maximum power: 385.5 kW (478 hp) at 7000 rpm
- Power per litre: 163 horsepower/l
- Maximum torque: 577 Nm (58.8 kgm) (424 lb-ft) at 4000 rpm
- Valve actuation: twin overhead camshafts per bank, four valves per cylinder
- Fuel feed: Weber-Marelli electronic injection, twin turbos
- Ignition: Weber-Marelli electronic, single spark plug per cylinder
- Lubrication: dry sump
- Clutch: twin-plate
- Type: two-seater berlinetta
- Length: 4358 mm (171.57 inches)
- Width: 1970 mm (77.56 inches)
- Height: 1123 mm (44.21 inches)
- Wheelbase: 2450 mm (96.46 inches)
- Front track: 1594 mm (62.76 inches)
- Rear track: 1606 mm (63.23 inches)
- Weight: 1100 kg (dry) (2425 pounds)
- Frame: tubular steel and composites
- Front suspension: independent, unequal-length wishbones, coil springs over telescopic shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
- Rear suspension: independent, unequal-length wishbones, coil springs over telescopic shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
- Brakes: discs
- Transmission: 5-speed + reverse
- Steering: rack-and-pinion
- Fuel tank: capacity 120 litres (31.7006 US gallons)
- Front tyres: 235/45 ZR 17 or 245/40 ZR 17
- Rear tyres: 335/35 ZR 17
- EPA premium gasoline, 2.9L, 8 cyl, Manual 5-spd 1990-1992
- Combined 13 miles per U.S. gallon (18 L/100 km; 16 mpg-imp)
- City 11 miles per U.S. gallon (21 L/100 km; 13 mpg-imp)
- Highway 16 miles per U.S. gallon (15 L/100 km; 19 mpg-imp)
|Body Style:||2-door Berlinetta|
|Engine:||2.9L Mid-Engine V8|
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The F40 was built to celebrate Ferraris 40th anniversary. A very fast berlinetta designed by Pininfarina, it was built mainly from composites. Its sophisticated high-performance, turbo-charged running gear combined with a first class chassis gave it the kind of great dynamic prowess that was close to that of a racing car. It was greeted with great enthusiasm by enthusiasts and the number of examples eventually built exceeded the companys wildest dreams.
The bodies were mounted on a 2450mm wheelbase chassis, as on the GTO, but both front and rear track were increased, as was the overall length mainly due to the longer more aerodynamic nose. The chassis had factory reference numbers F 120 AB, all were numbered in the continuous chassis number road car sequence, which commenced from chassis number 75000.
The construction followed the Ferrari principle of a tubular steel chassis frame, now with a progressively deformable front section to meet increasing legislation worldwide. The overall premise was similar to that of the GTO, however there were additional stiffening braces, and the composite elements were bonded to the chassis frame with a special adhesive to provide even greater strength. The F40 was the first series production car to use mainly composite materials for its body panels, which totalled only eleven pieces, due to the large single unit front and rear sections. Whereas the GTO chassis had a bolted rear section to simplify engine removal, this element was unnecessary on the F40 due to the fully removable rear body section, which provided good access to all the mechanical components. Large cross drilled ventilated disc brakes with twin hydraulic circuits, without servo assistance. Independent suspension via tubular steel wishbones, coil springs, and hydraulic shock absorbers was provided, together with front and rear anti roll bars.
The mid mounted engine was a 90 degree V8 unit fitted longitudinally as in the GTO. However the development work on the Evoluzione models in the interim saw a small increase in capacity, a slightly higher compression ratio of 7.7:1, a rise in boost pressure, and numerous other changes that resulted in a significant increase in power output and also improved torque. The total cubic capacity was 2936cc. It had four valves per cylinder, twin overhead camshafts per bank, each bank being provided with its own toothed drive belt, dry sump lubrication, with twin IHI water cooled turbochargers feeding intake air via a pair of Behr intercoolers at 1.1 bar, coupled to a Weber-Marelli IAW combined ignition/fuel injection system, to provide a claimed power output of 478bhp at 7000rpm. The differential assembly was mounted mhpwson the back of the engine in unit with the rear mounted five speed all synchromesh gearbox.