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2003 Ferrari 360 Spider Serial Number 131147

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We are pleased to offer 2003 Ferrari 6-speed 360 Spider s/n 131147. This well optioned black-on-black 6-speed 360 Spider is as good-as-they-get with 33,113 miles and comes with a no-questions CARFAX along with a well-documented service history all the way back to the pre-delivery inspection paperwork. From new in excellent Nero D.S. 1250 with power black leather Daytona seats, red calipers, factory battery charger, Challenge grilles front and rear and upgraded with a Tubi exhaust and 19″ and 20″ Enki wheels with near new Pirelli P Zero 235/35 ZR 19 front and 285/30 ZR 19 rear tires. Has only 261 miles on a new dealer installed complete clutch assembly. Just completed a detailed pre-sale inspection and currently getting a full 30k cam belt service with new cam belts, cam cover gaskets, a fully sticky switch treatment, and new rear brakes by Rod Drew’s F.A.I. in Costa Mesa, CA. All service invoices since new, CARFAX and pre-sale inspection on file.

360 Spider s/n 131147 has had only two well documented owners, and comes complete with two sets of keys and remotes, all seven books and manuals and the original warranty card, all in their leather pouch in their black leather carrying case. Comes with the full set of factory supplied tools in their leather case plus the spare-in-a-can and the Factory red car cover. The body, panel fit and paintwork and the door panels and kick panels are all in excellent condition. The wheels are excellent overall with none of the usual curb-rash and the Pirelli P Zero 235/35 ZR 19 front and 285/30 ZR 19 rear tires are near new. The black leather is in excellent condition with almost no wear to the driver’s seat bolster. The interior trim is in excellent shape and the sticky-switch problem common on the 360 Ferraris is now being done. The dashboard and carpets are in excellent condition with no shrinkage on the supple leather dash. The engine compartment and trunk both reflect a cared for and well maintained Ferrari.

When it debuted at the Geneva Auto Show in March 2000, the 360 Spider was a quantum leap forward in top-down performance and technology thanks to its lightweight all alloy chassis, flowing body lines and very user-friendly power top. Performance was breathtaking thanks to the 360’s five-valve 3,586cc V8 producing 400 hp at 8,500 rpm. A new traction-control system was standard and top speed was an impressive 186 mph, with a 0-60 mph time of 4.5 seconds. The 360 was also the most aerodynamically sophisticated street Ferrari yet built, with the coupe version making nearly 400 pounds of downforce at 180 mph, without the use of an external wing. By the time production ended in 2004, the 360 had become the best-selling Ferrari ever. Breaking with previous Ferrari V8 tradition, the 360 can be serviced with the engine in, which translates into reduced maintenance costs.

360 Spider s/n 131147 has been with the second owner for over eight years, has just completed a detailed pre-sale inspection and is currently getting a full 30k cam belt service with new cam belts, cam cover gaskets, a fully sticky switch treatment, new rear brakes and a computer ECU upgrade to Challenge engine software specs by Rod Drew’s F.A.I. in Costa Mesa, CA. 360 Spider s/n 131147 is everything that a modern 6-speed Ferrari should be — extremely fast, exotic to own, stunningly attractive and a user-friendly driver’s car. All service invoices since new, CARFAX and pre-sale inspection on file. Priced right with all services done at $79,500.

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