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    23 500 mi / 37 820 km
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    Convertible / Roadster
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    Rosso Corsa
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    United States
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Chassis # ZFFYT53A740134748
Desirable Gated 6-Speed Manual Transmission
Showing Just 23,500 Miles From New
Finished In Classic Corsa Red Over Beige Leather Interior
A Nice Driver Quality Example That Provides Excellent Value
Includes Manuals, Tool Kit, Car Cover, Window Sticker, Available Service Documents,

When the Ferrari 360 was unveiled in 1999, it signaled a new direction for the famed Italian marque. Gone were the wedge-like design cues that the F355 carried over from the 348. In their place were Pininfarina-penned curvy, smooth-flowing lines that soon became a staple of Ferrari’s design language. The company partnered with Alcoa to produce an entirely new all-aluminum space-frame chassis that was 40% stiffer than the F355’s steel chassis while also being 28% lighter despite a 10% increase in overall size.

The 3.6L V8 engine was also new and used a flat-plane crankshaft and titanium connecting rods to put out 395 hp through either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed “F1” automatic transmission. The 0-60 mph acceleration time thus improved from 4.7 to 4.5 seconds. The 360 was initially only available as the “Modena” coupe, with the “Spider” convertible and the special edition Challenge Stradale coming later. 4,199 examples were produced for the US market from 1999 to 2004, with 2,389 of those being Spiders and 670 of the Spiders being gated 6-speed manuals.

The Ferrari 360 suffered much of the same collectability wave that the 996 generation of Porsche 911s did. It was a drastic change from its predecessor, and it took the passage of time before people truly began to appreciate it as the “analog” introduction to the modern manufacturer’s design ethos. With the loss of the manual transmission from Ferrari’s lineup, collectors began flocking to previous models that still offered modern amenities and better (albeit slightly) reliability but gave them a chance to row through that beautiful gated transmission on their own. This is where the 360, particularly in its 6-speed manual transmission configuration, began to shine again in the world of collectible examples. Roughly 1,139 6-speed examples were produced in modena or spider format for the US Market, which equates to only 27 percent of total US production. The gated manual examples have become highly prized today, with a typical 35-40% increase in pricing over their F1 trans counterparts. General pricing has continually crept up over the past 5 years and will likely continue to do so as manufacturers across the board have tossed the manual transmission to the side. We see ample room for continued growth in collectability, particularly when the gated 6-speed is included.

This particular Spider, Chassis # ZFFYT53A740134748, was sold in December of 2003 through Ferrari San Francisco in Mill Valley, CA. It was finished in the classic Corsa Red over a Beige leather interior and optioned with red brake calipers, electric seats, Scuderia Ferrari shields, modular wheel rims (not present on the vehicle anymore), high-power HiFi with subwoofer, and a 6-disc CD changer to go along with it. Transmission-wise, this 360 is equipped with the coveted gated 6-speed manual transmission, a highly desirable option, especially given that Ferrari no longer makes manual cars.

Despite being registered in Indiana, this 360 was frequently at Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale over the next nine years until it was offered for sale by Ferrari of Atlanta in 2013. The clean Carfax reports that it was sold from that dealership in June 2013 to its second owner, a Georgia resident, with 6,234 miles on the odometer. They, too, continued the tradition of maintaining their Ferrari in top shape, with frequent service visits to Ferrari of Atlanta. In May 2018, following nearly five years of ownership, they offered the car for sale through the same dealership they purchased it from.

In February 2019, this Ferrari made the trek to Florida to its third owner, who purchased the car from Ferrari of Atlanta with just over 13,233 miles on the odometer. In February 2020, Ferrari of Tampa Bay for a fluid and filter service, A/C recharge, glove box repair, and new front & rear brake pads. Three months later, it visited the European Exotic Center in Clearwater, FL for an upper intake manifold powder coat, which included new gaskets as well as tightening the oil cap. In May 2022, at 22,345 miles, HBI Auto in Mocksville, NC, performed a minor service that totaled a little over $6,000 and included new tires, new fuel pumps, tubes, and level gauge, a new fuel vapor filter, as well as an oil and filter change. The car currently displays just over 23,500 miles and is due for a major service.

The 360 marked a turning point for Ferrari’s design, making it a pivotal model in their lineup. While this one may have some imperfections, they make it a perfect choice for someone who wants to drive their Ferrari without fear of minor dings and scratches. That said, the flaws it has do not take away from the driving experience, allowing all 395 horses to be unleashed as the factory intended back in 2004. It also benefits from being a late model car, as Ferrari improved their vehicles as the production run went along. Take advantage of the exciting opportunity to purchase a driver-quality, gated manual Ferrari 360 Spider in the classic color combination at an attractive price point.

Upon purchase, the new owner will receive the original owner’s manuals, tool kit, car cover, original window sticker, and all of the service records on file.

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