Desirably Optioned 6-Speed Manual Example
Substantially Serviced in March 2016
Accompanied by Owner’s Manuals, Tool Kit, and Car Cover
Lightweight Aluminum Construction and Aerodynamically Perfected Coachwork
Benchmark Evolution in Ferrari’s 8-Cylinder Mid-Engined Series
3,586 CC 90o DOHC V-8 Engine
Bosch Motronic ME7.3 Fuel Injection
400 BHP at 8,500 RPM
6-Speed Manual Transaxle
4-Wheel Ventilated Disc Brakes
Front and Rear Independent Suspension with Coil Springs and Tubular Shock Absorbers
Announced at the 1999 Geneva Auto Show, the 360 Modena was named for Enzo Ferrari’s birthplace, and the center of his Scuderia’s early development. A continuation of the manufacturer’s long-running series of mid-engine models, the 360 utilized a proprietary aluminum space frame developed with Alcoa. Pininfarina’s wind-cheating exterior provided impressive downforce, while the 3.6-liter 90o V-8 delivered unprecedented power.
This beautiful 360 Spider was delivered in April 2004, finished in Rosso Corsa and upholstered with beige leather and light brown carpets. The Spider was ideally optioned with electronically adjustable Daytona-style seats, front and rear Challenge grilles, Scuderia Ferrari fender shields, a high-power sound system with subwoofer, and a black canvas soft top. Currently displaying just over 7,900 miles, this selectively driven Ferrari benefits from regular maintenance and consistent care. According to its CARFAX report, the Spider was delivered in New York before relocating to Florida in 2006. Returning to the tri-state area in 2014, the car was more recently acquired by the consignor. In September 2015, the Ferrari received a new air-flow meter, and in March 2016, a full belt service was performed. Accompanied by a pristine tool kit in the proper leather case, a fuse/bulb kit, manuals in their leather folio, a flashlight, and a car cover, this well-maintained 360 Spider would make an outstanding addition to any sports car collection, or could simply be enjoyed for its scintillating performance.