Why doesn't this Ferrari have a typical Italian addition like Italia, Maranello or Scuderia? California is really not Italy, as far as sun hours are concerned, of course they have an agreement. This Ferrari, however, is different. Perhaps as a tribute or deliberately appealing to the target audience, Ferrari also wanted to make it clear that this was not a hardcore punishment suspension race car for the public road. Contrary to what was often experienced in a Ferrari with an eight-cylinder engine, the car press noticed when it was introduced in 2009 that the car, of course, hid real Ferrari DNA under the skin, but turned out to be mainly a comfortable Gran Turismo. If desired, with the head in the sun, transformed into a beautiful coupe within a few seconds. Fellow manufacturers in the luxury convertible segment were nervous about Ferrari's display of power. And rightly so, the California was a great success. Touring 'easy' or running an errand, put the Manettino on the steering wheel to 'sport' or if you dare to CST (all safety systems off) and you race down the Route de Soleil with it. Rapid braking for the Gendarmerie is a matter of one light pedal press, thanks to the ceramic brakes on this example. In short, the California is a party, just as carefree to use as a surfer dude enjoys his beach life. California is also synonymous with stunning beauty, in the case of the example offered here, thanks to the tastefully chosen color combination, you see a real fashion model. The faultless body in Grigio Titanium combines beautifully with the Cioccolato leather, which you will find on the comfortable sports seats and all around the interior. Furthermore, comfort-enhancing extras such as automatic climate control, seat heating, cruise control, fully electric seat adjustment with memory, parc distance control, navigation and a great HiFi installation are available. It goes without saying that this is an original, damage-free and demonstrably dealer maintained California. Comes from an enthusiast known to us. It is also the so-called California 30 'gym' version, 30 kilos lighter and 30 hp more make the car even more fun. Naturally, the story behind this California is also 'thick'... all booklets, invoices and accessories are present. One of the invoices shows the gearbox/differential recently renewed under warranty by Ferrari, no worries about that for the time being. A folding and removable windshield is included with the car. This California is really in a enthusiast's condition, no stone chips or traces of use to be discovered. Optically, the car seems to have driven less than 30dkm, so it has been used very carefully. Will be delivered roadworthy including new MOT and service.