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- Cared for RHD example with c.19,800 miles recorded

- Looked after by Grimaldi with major service including belts done in February 2017

- Rosso Corsa with Nero hide

Introduced in 1999 as a replacement for the F355, the 360 was an entirely new design featuring an aluminium spaceframe chassis which was 40% stiffer and 28% lighter than the tubular steel arrangement of its predecessor. The revised bodywork resulted in downforce improving by a factor of four over the F355. Powered by a 3.6-litre V8 coupled to either a six-speed manual or F1 electrohydraulic manual transmission, the 360's lighter weight improved the 0-60 mph dash to just 4.2 seconds with a nominal top speed of over 180mph. In 2001, the spider version was introduced, the stiffness of the spaceframe being ideally suited to handle an open top. This was followed in 2003 by the ultimate incarnation - the 360 racing series inspired Challenge Stradale - featuring a number of weight saving and tuning modifications by the factory.

This cosseted example has covered less than 20,000 miles from new, having originally been supplied on 26th September 2001 by Lancaster Colchester. Options fitted include Modular split rim wheels with red brake calipers, wing shields, front Challenge style grilles, rear Challenge grid and Challenge rear grille.

For the past eight years it has been looked after by Italian sports car specialists Grimaldi Engineering Ltd of Halstead. The vendor advises the car has just benefited from a major service by them (carried out in February 2017) which included replacement of the cambelts, plugs etc.

Finished in the classic colour scheme of Rosso Corsa with Nero hide, this beautiful open Ferrari is accompanied by its wallet and book pack with stamped service history, invoices for servicing work with Grimaldi, assorted expired MoT certificates and a Swansea V5 document. It will also carry a fresh MoT in time for the sale.