Now available for auction is this 2004 Ferrari 360 Spider finished in Rosso Corsa over a tan leather interior. Showcasing Pininfarina-designed bodywork and a naturally-aspirated V8, this 360 Spider was also optioned with red brake calipers, Challenge-style grilles, Scuderia shields, and an F1 automated-manual gearbox. Currently showing just over 9k miles on the odometer with its last belt service carried out in 2018, this stunning 360 Spider is being offered for auction by its seller out of New York accompanied by the original books and window sticker.
The lightweight Pininfarina-designed aluminum bodywork is finished in the traditional Ferrari color of Rosso Corsa (322). This Spider features a power-operated black soft top, optional Scuderia shields on the front fenders, front and rear Challenge-style grilles, red-painted brake calipers, and five-spoke 18” alloy wheels. The wheels remain dressed in their original set of Bridgestone Potenza S-02A tires. The seller notes some road-going wear on the front bumper, as well as a paint blend line and a small dent on the driver’s door. Additional images are provided in the gallery along with a CARFAX report.
Inside, this 360 Spider is upholstered with tan Connolly leather and features optional power-operated seats with embossed Ferrari logos in the headrests. The upper dashboard, steering wheel, and roll hoops are trimmed in black leather while the cabin is accented by aluminum door sills, drilled aluminum pedals, and an aluminum passenger footrest. The leather-wrapped steering wheel frames a central tachometer with an 8,500-RPM redline, a 220-MPH speedometer, and gauges for oil pressure, oil temperature, and coolant temperature. The seller notes the common sticky button issues have been addressed and that all gauges and accessories remain fully functional. CARFAX shows a potential mileage discrepancy, although this appears to have likely resulted from clerical error upon comparing other mileage entries.
The 360 Spider is powered by a mid-mounted 3.6L V8 engine featuring variable-length intake manifolds, a flat-plane crankshaft, titanium connecting rods, and an output of up to 400 HP and 275 lb.-ft of torque. The rear wheels are driven by way of a 6-speed F1 automated manual gearbox that allows for both automatic and manual gear changes using the shift paddles mounted on the steering column. The CARFAX report shows consistent service to have been carried out by authorized Ferrari dealers with a maintenance inspection completed by Ferrari Maserati of Long Island in March of 2021. The seller reports the motor mounts and float valves have been previously replaced, the last belt service was completed in 2018, and that the vehicle is currently due for its annual service.
This sale will include the original owner's manuals and window sticker, a set of two keys, and a clean title. Presented in its most iconic configuration, this 360 Spider is just waiting for a new owner to get behind the wheel, do not miss out.