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Ferrari 550 Air Conditioning & Heat
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Ferrari 550 Brakes
Ferrari 550 Charging and Staring Systems
Ferrari 550 Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Ferrari 550 Cooling System
Ferrari 550 Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Ferrari 550 Emission System
Ferrari 550 Engines & Components
Ferrari 550 Exhaust
Ferrari 550 Exterior
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Ferrari 550 Ignition System
Ferrari 550 Interior
Ferrari 550 Lighting & Lamps
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Ferrari 550 Safety & Security
Ferrari 550 Suspension & Steering
Ferrari 550 Transmission & Drivetrain
Ferrari 550 Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Ferrari 550 Wheels and Tires
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2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta
The 550 was sold from 1996 until 2001 and came in 2 different models: the Maranella and Barchetta. It was an upscale front engine car, which is not common among Ferrari models.
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With a 5.5L V12 engine, this car could really move. Unlike some Ferraris, the 550 featured a spacious luxury interior and enough room in the rear trunk to actually store something other than driving gloves, like maybe a set of golf clubs. The Barchetta model might be called a convertible by those who just seeing it passing on the street, but it is truly a roadster, and no official top was made available. The soft top was only supposed to be used when it was raining, and the owner's manual noted that it should not be used at speeds over 70 mph. This was a car that would have no problem reaching that speed, even in a lower gear. It could reach speeds up to 199 mph, and a 0-100 km/h time of 4.5 seconds. Total production on those roadsters reached 448, 4 more than expected because of Japanese superstition (I'm no expert here, but I'm pretty sure 4 is a death number or something like that). You can still find these cars at upscale dealerships, although they will never be common anywhere. There are usually a couple listed on eBay, of all places, and usually for less than you'd pay at a dealer or car broker.
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