Testarossa - 512 TR - F512 M
Digit 12-17: Serialnumber
The last five or six digits of the VIN represent the serialnumber (also known as chassisnumber, c/n or s/n).
Starting in 1947, Ferrari used several ranges of numbers to identify their cars, shown below in a simplified way:
|002 - 1050, Even numbers||1947 - 1970: Even numbers were used for the Competitions cars, from 166 Spider Corsa to 512 S|
|001 - 74999, Odd numbers||1947 - 1988: Odd numbers were used for the "street" cars|
|75000 - 265000+, All numbers||1988 - present: From s/n 75000 onwards, both odd and even numbers were used|
|00102 - 15604, Even numbers||1967 - 1980: Used for the Dino series (206 GT, 246 GT(S), 208/308 GT4)|
|01 - 300+, All numbers||1950 - present: For the Formula 1 cars (and in the early days also F2 and other F-series)|
|several ranges||Several other types (like 333 SP) have their own ranges|
The Vehicle Identification Number was introduced in 1980, near s/n 30xxx.
It was also used on a small number of (late production) Dino 308 GT4s, which have s/n near 15xxx.