The Ferrari 512 BB was the second generation of the 365 GT4 BB to have the 12 cylinder boxer engine. Enzo Ferrari, contrary to his engineer's wishes, had delayed any mid-engine set-up, doubting the ability of his customer base to handle this configuration. The capacity was increased to nearly five litres and a dry sump fitted, then with suspension changes and various modifications Ferrari was back at number one in the supercar pecking order. The competence of the 512 BB was re-iterated by the world's motoring press as many of them proclaimed this Ferrari as the best all-round Sports GT of the day in 1976. The Bosch fuel injected BB 512i was introduced in 1981 and was the very last of the series and the fuel injected engine produced cleaner emissions and offered a better balance of performance and daily drivability.Presented here is a left-hand drive 512 BBi originally delivered new to its first owner in Switzerland. The car remained there with the original owner until a collector in Canadapurchased it in 2000. He chose this particular car as it was over 25 years old, meaning he could import it into Canada and comply with Canadian laws without modification to the car itself. Over the course of the next few years, the car covered very few kilometres and spent the majority of its time parked in a Toronto storage facility with the rest of the owner's car collection. In 2011, the car was given a comprehensive service which included, a new clutch, replacement timing belts & tensioners, along with other new parts.Purchased by a private collector in 2014 and brought back to the UK, taxes were paid and the car now wears a UK registration. Since then, the car has been through the workshops of respected marque specialist, Simon Furlonger Specialist Cars, and has now gained its Ferrari Classiche Certification. Presented in Rosso Corsa with an outstanding tan leather interior showing no signs of wear, this Boxer even retains its original Pioneer Ferrari radio and graphic equaliser! Supplied withthe car are its toolkit & jack, owner's leather book pack and drivers manuals. Limited production numbers, Pininfarina styling and a flat 12-cylinder engine, mean that the 512 BBi is increasingly becoming a collectable Ferrari from the Enzo-era. Showing just 6,729km on the odometer or 4,181 miles, this particular Boxer is in superb condition and is poised for further collector ownership and enjoyment for many years to come.