We are pleased to offer 2002 Ferrari 360 Modena N–GT Michelotto s/n 016M. Like all 360 N–GTs, s/n 016M was originally built in 2000 as a 360 Challenge car, s/n 118781 and was raced successfully in 2000 and 2001 in the USA as a 360 Challenge car. In 2002 the owner wished to step up his level of competition and had Michelotto convert his 360 Challenge car into a full blown 360 N–GT racer s/n 016M at a cost of over 185,000 Euros. The very extensive and expensive Michelotto optional extras include a racing exhaust system that complies with US track noise standards, superlight carbon/Kevlar doors, a heated windshield for rain, state–of–the–art shocks and data acquisition and all the latest engine, gearbox and under panel aerodynamic updates and more.
360 N–GT s/n 016M is the last of the enormously successful 360 N–GT Michelotto cars and is one of only a few that was never professionally raced and so is essentially an almost new car. 360 N–GT s/n 016M offers tremendous on track performance as a super–fast yet user friendly club racer that allows the owner to take a friend along for the ride or sit back and be thrilled by a professional driver.
Because 360 N–GT was built to race, it comes with a comprehensive spares package that includes: 1 new alternator, 2 sway bars front and rear 26mm and 37 mm, 7 sets of springs, 1 set of used rotors with used hats, 1 new front splitter, 1 wheel socket, 1 new left and right wheel nut, 1 set of new rear half shafts, 1 set of new axle nuts, 2 new wheel speed sensors with cables, 1 new fuel pump, 4 sets of wheels and tires (1 wet, 3 slicks), 1 SD2 diagnostic computer and 1 air jack tool.
Available at extra cost are: 1 spare used stock 360 motor with accessories and 2 new stock engine computers.
Originally built as a 2000 Ferrari 360 Challenge car, s/n 118781 was converted by Michelotto into a full 360 N–GT racer s/n 016 M in 2002. This is the only 360 GT Series I car built after the intitial run of sixteen cars (s/n 000M – 015M). 360 GTs have been enormously successful in competition and 016M is still nearly new.
Spares included with 360 N–GT s/n 016M:
* 1 new alternator.
* 2 sway bars front and rear 26mm and 37 mm.
* 7 sets of springs.
* 1 set of used rotors with used hats.
* 1 new front splitter.
* 1 wheel socket.
* 1 new left and right wheel nut.
* 1 set of new rear half shafts.
* 1 set of new axle nuts.
* 2 new wheel speed sensors with cables.
* 1 new fuel pump.
* 4 sets of wheels and tires (1 wet, 3 slicks).
* 1 SD2 diagnostic computer.
* 1 air jack tool.
Spares available at extra cost:
* 1 spare used stock 360 motor with accessories.
* 2 new stock engine computers.
S/n 016 M. 360 N-GT.
2000, new as a 360 Challenge car to Bill Jennings, New Hampshire. VIN: ZFFYR51B000118781. Assembly number: 35978.
2000, entered in the North American 360 Challenge series. Owner/driver Bill Jennings, New Hampshire.
2001, entered in the North American 360 Challenge series. Owner/driver Bill Jennings, New Hampshire.
2001, 02 May, Virginia International Raceway, FCS Racing Series, Group B, Class 3601, Race number: 88, 5th OA. Owner/driver Bill Jennings, New Hampshire.
2001, 15 May, Road Atlanta, FCS Racing Series, Group B, Class 3601, Race number: 88, 2nd OA. Owner/driver Bill Jennings, New Hampshire.
2001, 04 Aug., Road America, FCS Racing Series, Group B, Class 3601, Race number: 88, 1st OA. Owner/driver Bill Jennings, New Hampshire.
2001, 27 Aug., Watkins Glen, FCS Racing Series, Group A, Class 360, Race number: 88, 12th OA. Owner/driver Bill Jennings, New Hampshire.
2002, 26 Feb., Bill Jennings and Dennis Black of the Speed Factory decided they wanted to run Grand–Am and had Risi Competizione send the car to Michelotto for a full Michelotto 360 N–GT conversion.
Michelotto GT conversion: 187,836.77 Euros.
Other extras include:
* US race track 105 db exhaust – 2,600 Euros.
* Heated lightweight windshield – 4,761.73 Euros.
* Carbon/Kevlar lightweight doors – 7,462.80 Euros.
* Extreme Technology shocks – 3,408.62 Euros.
* Data acquisition system – 8,488.00 Euros.
* Tool kit – 812.90 Euros .
* Quick fill water and oil inlets – 1,137.00 Euros.
* Grand-Am roll bar – 1,988.35 Euros.
* Radiator – 755.00 Euros.
* Special ring and pinion – 940.00 Euros.
* Cost to update engine gearbox, chassis and bodywork – 7,431.00 Euros.
* Gearbox–differential shaft – 1,853.00 Euros.
* Underpanels and mounting – 3,744.00 Euros.
* Body repairs – 942.00 Euros.
Total price for conversion and extras: 234,161.18 Euros.
Handling fee for Risi Competizione: 6,500.00 USD.
2002, 21 May, Michelotto N–GT Grand–Am conversion completed.
2003, 09 Aug., Bully Hill Vineyards 250 at Watkins Glen (Rolex Grand American Sports Car Series), Jennings & Black, Race number 07, dns.
2004, May, sold to current owner.
2004, 23 May at the Tutto Italiano Show held at the Larz Anderson Museum, Brookline MA, winner of the race category.
2004, 12 July, at the Ferrari–Maserati day at Lime Rock Park.
2004, 18 Aug., at the FCA National Meet Track Day at Laguna Seca.
2004, 13 Aug., at Concorso Italiano.
2005, 22 May, at the Tutto Italiano Show held at the Larz Anderson Museum, Brookline MA, winner of the race category.
2006, April on consignment for sale with Michael Sheehan’s Ferraris-online.com.