Featuring styling by Pininfarina and a flat-plane crank V8 that produced nearly 400 HP, this 2001 Ferrari 360 Spider was ordered in Rosso Corsa over a Crema leather interior along with a 6-speed F1 automated manual transmission. Originally sold in New Jersey, this Ferrari was relocated to Florida in 2005 where it is now being offered for auction showing just under 9k miles on the odometer.
This 360 was ordered in Rosso Corsa (322) with a power black convertible soft top, optional Scuderia fender shields, bi-xenon headlights, and black brake calipers. Other details include a transparent polycarbonate engine cover and quad exhaust outlets. The seller notes some road-going wear throughout the body, detailed images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report. The original 18” 5-spoke wheels wear yellow Ferrari center caps and are mounted with Pirelli tires from 2012.
The cabin is trimmed in Crema leather extending from the power-adjustable seats to the lower dashboard and door panels. Amenities include automatic climate control, power accessories, a Ferrari-branded Clarion stereo, drilled aluminum pedals, and a passenger aluminum kickplate. The headrests feature embossed Prancing Horse insignias and an F1 World Champion 2000 plaque is mounted to the passenger side of the dashboard. The seller reports some wear to the seats, a K40 radar detector and upgraded amplifier have been fitted, and both pistons for the convertible top have been recently replaced.
The 360 is powered by a 3.6-liter Tipo F131 V8 factory rated at 395 HP and 275 lb.-ft of torque. The rear wheels are driven by a 6-speed F1 automated manual transmission and limited-slip differential, which allow the Spider to accelerate from 0 to 60 MPH in just over 4 seconds. Performance features include a drive-by-wire throttle, multi-mode traction control, and adjustable electronic dampers. The seller reports there is no available service history.
This sale will include a clean title and owner’s books.