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2003 Ferrari 360 GT Serial Number 2022


Lead photograph of 2003 Ferrari 360 GT Serial Number 2022

We are pleased to offer 2003 360 GT s/n 2022. One of only three Factory-built 360 GTs (s/n 2006, s/n 2022 and s/n 2028) new to Risi Competizione for the American Le Mans series and the Rolex Grand-Am series. Thanks to 445 hp @ 8,750 RPM, an all-alloy chassis and body weighing only 2,420 lbs, massive Brembo brakes and a carbon-fiber rear wing and other body panels, the 360 GT was the weapon of choice to compete in the FIA N-GT series and the American Le Mans and Rolex Grand-Am series. The 360 GT did indeed beat the Porsches, winning the FIA N-GT championship in 2002, and the Rolex Grand-Am series in 2002 and again in 2003, against the far-more-numerous Porsche GT-3s.

360 GT s/n 2022 was entered in the 15 March, 2003 Sebring 12 hour race, but retired with fire damage and was sent back to the factory for rebuild. Later sold to Remo Ferrari of Ferrari of Ontario and back to Risi Competizione, and then to its previous owner. The previous owner only used 360 GT s/n 2022 twice, once for a private track day in 2006 and at Cavallino in 2007. 360 GT had been in storage at Risi Competizione since 2006, and was then treated to a full mechanical service in April of 2012, so just over a year ago, including new cam belts, new belt tensioners, new bushings, new plugs, a full fluid change, a re-timed engine and a rebuilt water pump, total invoice $12,727.59. Then it was sold to the current owner.

360 GT s/n 2022 is very nicely detailed, set up for two seats with all belts, allowing the skilled driver to offer very fast rides at private or Ferrari club track days, and is a low-priced addition to a modern Ferrari collection. Fully-serviced, needs nothing but a new home, and comes with the special SD2 computer, the software and the plug-in cables. Seriously for sale and priced to sell at $149,500, including the SD2 computer, or best offer.

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