We are pleased to offer 2000 Ferrari 360 Modena s/n 120232. This is a well optioned and very well documented 360 Berlinetta and as good-as-they-get with 23,728 miles. Comes with a no-questions CARFAX and a known ownership history and service records all the way back to 2001. From new in excellent Grigio Titanio Mettallizato with black leather on the electric Daytona seats, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, Red Brake Calipers, a Rear Challenge Grille and the Factory Hi Fi Stereo with CD changer. Comes with the owner’s handbook, the dealer service book, the radio booklet, the alarm booklet, their leather pouch, the full set of tools in their leather case and the spare-in-a-can. Fitted with a Tubi style exhaust with Ceramic Coated black tips and is mounted on black Powder Coated wheels with smoke side markers and turn signals.

360 Modena s/n 120232 is protected by clear bra on the front spoiler, rocker panels and the rear edge of all four wheel arches and so the paintwork is truly excellent with none of the usual door rash and chipping on the lower front spoiler. The wheels are excellent with none of the usual curb-rash and are mounted on an excellent set of 215/45 ZR 18 front and 275/40 ZR 18 Pirelli P Zero tires. The black leather is in excellent condition with almost no wear to the driver’s seat bolster. The interior trim and switchs are in excellent shape with none of the typical stickiness common on the 360 Ferraris. 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 and the trunk holds the books, tools and spare-in-a-can all strapped in place.

When it debuted at the Geneva Auto Show in March of 1999 the all-new 360 Berlinetta was the first Ferrari to feature a lightweight yet rigid aluminum chassis and body and a five-valve 3,586cc V8 with a flat-plane crankshaft, titanium connecting rods and variable valve timing putting out 400 hp at 8,500 rpm. The 360 Berlinetta was a quantum leap forward in performance and technology thanks to its lightweight all alloy chassis and it’s wind-tunnel-tested flowing body lines. In a first for Ferrari, the glass engine lid gave an uninterrupted view of the red crackle-finish cam covers and the mid-mounted V8 engine. 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 built to date, with the Berlinetta 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.

In 2016 360 Modena s/n 120232 was serviced by Steve Maxwell Exotic Car Service with rear brake disks and pads, a new clutch and throw out bearing, a valve cover reseal and new transaxle mount at a cost of $9,063.03. In late
2018 360 s/n 120232 was serviced by Raging Bull Performance, Costa Mesa CA with new belts and tensioners and a coolant flush at a cost of $2,843.26. Just last year, and only 281 miles ago, 360 s/n 120232 was serviced by Ferrari of Newport Beach, CA at 23,447 miles. The annual service included flushing the brake fluid, an engine oil and filter change, an F1 system oil change, fresh gearbox oil, a coolant flush, new engine air filters, a new pollen filter, a flush of the power steering fluid, an adjustment of the parking brake and replacement of both the left and right bank camshaft end plate gasket at a cost of $3,006.58. The clutch wear reading was only 15% worn. 360 Modena s/n 120232 is everything that a modern Ferrari should be – extremely fast, exotic to own, stunningly attractive, nicely equipped, well service and a user-friendly driver’s car. Priced to sell at $79,500 or best offer.


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