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Anderson Ferrari 430 Scuderia Spider Conversion Kit

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Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M is a very special version of the 430. But it’s sold out. Now Anderson Germany thought there might still be people out there who would want one, so they made this.

It is a conversion kit that you apply on your Ferrari 430 Spider and turn it into a 16M. And it’s not just visual either, you get a great power upgrade as well. Anderson modifies the front and rear aprons to make the car look like a Scuderia. Changes include new front spoiler, air dam, side skirts, Scuderia rear grille, and the same sort of exhaust pipe arrangement above the diffuser as the original car. They’ve also smoked the lights.

Obviously, the car had to get Scuderia stripes. And it does, in yellow. They match the yellow outer lip of the new black rims, which are of size 20-inch.

The revamped interior features a magnificent bland of leather and Alcantara in black, garnished with yellow stripes and emblems. There is also a carbon fiber trimming package for steering wheel, shifters, handbrake, and door handles. Anderson has also installed a DVD-based multimedia system with a subwoofer.

Then there’s the technicalities. The V8 engine of the 430 has been modified with ECU remap and Renn-Kats headers and exhausts, so it delivers 570 hp, almost 80 more than the standard. The tuner also provides and adjustable suspension system for better handling.

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