1999 Ferrari 360 Modena 6-Speed

Now up for auction is this 1999 Ferrari 360 Modena. Finished in Rosso Corsa over a tan leather interior with Daytona seats and a coveted 6-speed gated shifter, this 1999 example is presented in Ferrari’s most traditional configuration.  This 360 features over $21,000 worth of recent maintenance as well as some tasteful upgrades including a cat-less Capristo Stage-3 exhaust and a carbon fiber Novitec Challenge-style rear grille.  Now showing just over 46k miles on the odometer, this 360 Modena is being offered by its seller in Pennsylvania.

The Pininfarina-designed aluminum bodywork on this 360 is finished in the quintessential color of Rosso Corsa.  The paint is indicated by the seller to be in mostly great condition save for some light road-going wear on the front bumper (detailed images are provided in the photo gallery).  Named after the town of Modena, Enzo Ferrari’s birthplace, the 360 is most notable for its smooth body lines and dramatic styling cues including its glass rear engine lid displaying a naturally aspirated V8.  This example also features optional Scuderia shields which are factory equipped on both front fenders.  An aftermarket carbon fiber Novitec Challenge-style rear grille has been installed, although the original body-colored piece will also be included in the sale.  Factory 18” 5-spoke wheels are retained and dressed Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires exhibiting ample tread life.

Inside, the tan leather interior features classic Daytona seats and a 6-speed gated shifter with a polished aluminum knob.  Upgraded JBL speakers have been installed along with a Kenwood radio, a new ashtray, and new genuine Ferrari floormats.  The headliner is missing, the dashboard airbag cover shows minor warping, some discoloration can be seen on the seats, and the passenger glove box is said to be slightly out of position.  The airbag warning light needs to reset, and there is an error message related to the aftermarket cat-bypass.  All other gauges and electronics are said to be working properly and the original radio will be included in the sale.

A mid-mounted 3.6 L quad-cam V8 engine sends 396 HP stock to the rear wheels through a traditional 6-speed manual gearbox with limited-slip differential.  0-60 MPH is achieved in as little as 4.5 seconds while reaching a top speed of over 175 MPH.  This naturally aspirated powerplant features a flat-plane crankshaft and titanium connecting rods as well as an upgraded Capristo Stage-3 exhaust system with a Capristo catalytic converter bypass.  The timing belt is said to have been addressed in 2018 at approximately 38k miles and a recent service was carried out by Algar Ferrari of Philadelphia which included a new clutch and the replacements cylinders #5 and #6.  Service records are provided for reference in the photo gallery and the seller has offered to accommodate a pre-purchase inspection.  This 360 is said to be in excellent driving order and ready to be enjoyed.

This sale will include a set of 2 keys with remote fobs, service records, a clean title, and the original radio, owner’s manual, and rear grille.  Now is your chance to own a highly sought after 6-speed 360 Modena in its most iconic configuration.

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Comments (13)

  • Tolomy 1 day, 7 hoursago

    Motor Mount and Frame Brackets - issue seen on 1999 cars - have they been replaced?
    F1 Hydraulic Pump Relay- replaced?
    Transmission mounts - replaced?
    Has the clutch been replaced?
    What is the condition of the shifter bushings?
    Can you provide the receipts for any of the above?
    Thank you

  • ChrisV (seller) 2 days, 15 hoursago

    @jacques I recommend you come see the car before you show improper judgment. Thank you

  • jacques 2 days, 15 hoursago

    @ChrisV "I simply fixed it by driving it more and now it is perfect."

    Unbelievable.

    "This car has not been neglected in any way contrary to what pictures/records show."

    this car has not been neglected in any way contrary to all available evidence - got it.

  • ChrisV (seller) 2 days, 17 hoursago

    @jacques Hello,



    Algar Ferrari wanted around 15K for a stock exhaust set directly from Ferrari. They wanted to take off my bypass Capristo pipes and Tubi exhaust at the time (which was bent and I got rid of...) A completely ridiculous charge and it was to get rid of check engine light. They also wanted additional thousands because only the #4 and #5 cylinders were misfiring and needed to be replaced, which they were. They said I should change all 8 cylinders (for no good reason), which again is ridiculous. I replaced only the ones needed (#4 and #5). They additionally wanted another 2-3K to get extra oil out of intake and to clean it. I simply fixed it by driving it more and now it is perfect.

    The car needs nothing but an ECU flash and air bag light dealt with. That is all.

    This car has not been neglected in any way contrary to what pictures/records show. Jeff coats frequently fixes many of my other cars and the lead mechanic there has been doing this many years now. I am willing to show this car in person anytime.

    Thank you,
    Chris

  • cstnnade 2 days, 17 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $30,000

  • jacques 2 days, 18 hoursago

    Wow. You know how some cars are clearly "maintained with an open checkbook?". Well, this car is a clear example of the exact opposite. Besides being in filthy condition, I notice how there are numerous recommendations by Algars to make things right, all rejected, followed up by attempted repairs (and mostly recommendations by the shop to take it back to the dealer) at clearly qualified Subaru and Toyota independent "Jeff Coats Automotive." Algar points out that the exhaust needs to be completely replaced, seller has a used part welded in. This car needs an owner that will take care of it with some respect for the brand. Kudos, at least, to the seller for being transparent.

  • nobrakes 3 days, 3 hoursago

    Bid in the amount of $25,000

  • Doc18015 3 days, 18 hoursago

    Has a leakdown been performed to date? The ALgar receipts are somewhat confusing......they recommend many repairs that the "customer" declined. Have all of these issues been addressed? Last, I am local to the area. When can the car be seen?

  • ChrisV (seller) 6 days, 15 hoursago

    @1CG I completely agree! If I am being honest, I am not fully committed to even selling this! Plus, it can only help the buyer!

  • 1CG (registered bidder) 6 days, 15 hoursago

    A proper detailing would have gone a long way to present the car in the best light.

  • ChrisV (seller) 6 days, 20 hoursago

    @erichorner It is not cracked. When I originally bought it, the headliner fell down on me and made a mess. When I got back to my house, I had these rectangular thick plastic pieces that I wedged on the edges on each side. I taped where they all met and that’s why it looks cracked. 100000% not cracked. Airbag was not reset because when I first got this car, it worked 1.5 out of the 5 weeks or 6 weeks I had it. I was being nieve and just wanted to drive it. Everything big or small that was done outside of my house always had a knack of taking at least 5 days to do!

  • erichorner 1 weekago

    You indicated headliner is missing. Am I seeing correctly that the plastic or acrylic above headliner is cracked? Also, with all the work that was recently completed, why not reset airbag at that time? Thanks in advance.

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