Specs

18-inch multi-piece wheels

Silver brake calipers

F1 6-speed sequential manual transmission

Blue convertible top

Challenge grille

Factory carbon fiber seats

White contrasting stitching

Steering wheel-mounted shift paddles

Leather upholstery

Blue carpet

Power-operated windows

Power-operated soft top

Air conditioning

Factory sound system


History

Ferrari 360 Spider, finished in Grigio Alloy with a dark blue leather interior. Sold new in California, according to its AutoCheck history report. It has been registered in Montana since 2019, but it's located in Pennsylvania.This 360 is equipped with rare factory carbon fiber seats, modular 18-inch wheels, and a Challenge rear grille, among other features. It's unmodified with the exception of a fire extinguisher and battery tender, and service records detail most of the work done to it since it was new. According to service records, the most recent belt service on this 360 was performed in May 2016. Sold between the 2000 and 2004 model years, the 360 was built on an aluminum spaceframe and it received aluminum body panels to keep weight in check. Ferrari devoted a considerable amount of dsfto making the 360 more usable and easier to work on than its predecessor, the F355, so enthusiasts often consider it a good entry into exotic car ownership. This 360 is powered by a mid-mounted 3.6-liter V8, which produces 400 horsepower and 276 lb-ft of torque. It spins the rear wheels via a 6-speed sequential transmission and a limited-slip differential.

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