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Ferrari Classiche Authorized Workshop
THE BIRTH OF FERRARI CLASSICHE
Most of the cars produced from the dawn of the marque to today still exist and run, thanks to the care taken by their owners to keep them perfectly efficient and very safe on the roads. Such maintenance can only be performed by a highly skilled technician who has the deepest knowledge of the secrets of Ferrari engines and the specific features of each automobile. In 2006 the company gave birth to Ferrari Classiche, the department of excellence that offers owners an exclusive service. Its purpose is to protect the invaluable heritage that these cars represent. The Classiche team has the expertise necessary to handle complex restorations, returning a car to its original form in terms of mechanics and bodywork. Ferrari Classiche also provides the assistance and support needed to deal both with the complex stages of extraordinary maintenance and the normal use of the cars.
Certification of Authenticity
The essential starting point of the service offered by Ferrari Classiche is the Certificate of Authenticity. Previously only available in Maranello, this certification can now be obtained through Miller Motorcars Ferrari of Greeniwch, CT. The Certificate of Authenticity is for all Ferrari road cars over 20 years old and is also available for Ferrari F1, Sportscars and Sport-Prototypes, with no restrictions on the age of the car.
SELECTED FERRARI WORKSHOPS
In January 2016 Ferrari Classiche embarked upon a process of improving its assistance service, aiming also to provide it in a number of selected Ferrari workshops outside Maranello. Like Maranello, these service centres are also highly specialised and able to satisfy the owner of a classic Ferrari in every way from ordinary and extraordinary maintenance to inspection and drafting of the preparatory documents for certification. Miller Motorcars Ferrari of Greenwich, CT is proud to be one of only 11 Classiche Certified workshops in the US and the only one in the Northeast.
STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE
Ferraris are universally considered special cars, synonymous with mechanical excellence and cutting edge technology, devoted to the pursuit of maximum performance.
Spare Parts Service and Restoration
RESTORE THE PRISTINE CONDITION
The Classiche certification process includes a technical examination of the originality of the various mechanical components, the determining factor as to the cars authenticity.
THE WORLD OF FERRARI CLASSICHE
A Ferrari Classiche owner not only has the pleasure of driving a rare, or sometimes one-of-a-kind car, he also gains access to exclusive activities organised by the company designed to fit the specific type of car in his collection. This unique great passion is shared in the worldwide celebration of the anniversaries of the most iconic cars, in direct participation (or in support of) the most prestigious events of classic motoring such as the Le Mans Classic, Historic Grand Prix of Monaco, Mille Miglia and Targa Florio, in the organisation of dynamic events aimed at the use of the cars in extraordinary situations, and in elegant competitions put on by Ferrari and other organisations.
Ferrari of Greenwich
342 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
Monday - Friday:
9:00AM - 6:00PM
9:00AM - 4:00PM
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Posted Notice Requirement
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