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2007 Pagani Zonda F
|Trans:||6 Speed Maual|
|Engine Size:||7.3 Liter AMG V12|
2007 Pagani Zonda F Coupe
- Number 14 of 25 Cars Built
- Chassis 67 of 140 Zondas Ever Constructed Over a 20 Year Production Run
- Bianco Benny over Nero
- 11,887 KM / 7,386 Miles
- US Road Legal Show & Display Certification Completed Registerable in all 50 States
- Serviced and Maintained by Pagani of Greenwich, a division of Miller Motorcars, an authorized Pagani partner in the Unites States
Proudly featuring the first US legal Pagani Zonda to go to market. A rare opportunity to acquire a car to have already passed the program. The program of show & display is a law through NHTSA that enables this car to be US legal that was completed a famed ICI center. A process that is timely and expensive but done at the highly qualify. Features an original color combination of Bianco Benny (Pearl White) over Nero (Black) diamond quilted interior.
The 14th of 25 Pagani Zonda F coupes constructed. An elegant yet sporty and pure iteration of the Zonda. F standing for Fangio features a beautiful evolution of the highly iconic Zonda while some say it is the most pure and beautiful. The dedication to the name of the Zonda F would play tribute to Horacio Paganis appreciation for his late friend and mentor Juan Manuel Fangio, a legendary F1 Driver and champion. Fangio was a key figure in introducing him to his engine supplier Mercedes-Benz / AMG. A fellow Argentinian and friend that he was so grateful for.
The Pagani Zonda F was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 2005. Powered by a 7.3 Liter V12 M120 AMG Engine. 602 HP at 6,150 rpm. The headlights, front fascia, exterior mirrors, rear spoiler and aerodynamic vents were enhanced as the evolution of the Zonda lived on in its production lifecycle. In addition, it features interior elements, new style wheels, nardo wood steering wheel, gauges, and performance and cooling developments.
The Zonda F in Bianco Benny is in excellent condition. Protected throughout utilizing XPEL Ultimate paint protection material. Has lived with great collections and owners throughout its history. Highly complete with all accessories and parts. On a US title and ready for immediate delivery.
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