26th Jul, 2023 13:00

Pavilion Gardens | Buxton, Derbyshire

  Lot 41

2002 Ferrari 360 Spider

Lot details

Registration No: T.B.A
Chassis No: ZFFYT53C000126721
MOT: March 2024

  • 1 of just 478 UK-suppled, manual gearbox cars
  • Warranted 39,000 miles from new
  • Uprated Capristo stainless steel exhaust system
  • Original book pack, tool kit and freshly serviced

‘The 360 is a devastating road car. It does everything you’d hope a Ferrari would but with such polish, precision and ease that you don’t have to think twice about unleashing all its performance. There is perhaps no other car yet made that combines so much raw emotion with so much technical finesse (Evo magazine, June 1999)’

Introduced at the 1999 Geneva Salon, the 360 Modena was notable as the first Ferrari to feature an all-aluminium spaceframe chassis. Developed in conjunction with Alcoa, the structure was forty percent stiffer and twenty-eight percent lighter than that of the preceding F355. The newcomer also boasted a fourfold increase in downforce thanks to careful underbody sculpting and two huge rear venturi tunnels. Enlarged to 3.6 litres, its high-revving, flat plane crankshaft, five valves per cylinder V8 engine developed a quoted 394bhp and 275lbft of torque. Allied to either six-speed manual or electrohydraulic-actuated ‘F1’ automated six-speed transmission, it enabled the 360 Modena to sprint from 0-60mph in 4.5 seconds and onto 183mph. ASR traction control and electronically controlled dampers complemented the all-round independent double-wishbone suspension, vented disc brakes and power steering giving the two-seater poise and precision aplenty. Debuting in 2001, the open-topped Spider suffered few dynamic compromises thanks to the inherent rigidity of its all-aluminium spaceframe chassis. Rarer than its successors, just 7,579 Ferrari 360 Spiders were made with only 478 of those being completed to UK, RHD, six-speed manual specification.

Finished in the stunning combination of Grigio Blue Metallic with Red-accented Blue Scuro leather upholstery, chassis 126721 was supplied new by Maranello Sales Ltd of Egham, Surrey. Fitted with the preferred six-speed manual gearbox, the two-seater also boasts a Capristo stainless steel exhaust system which makes the roof down experience even more special. Well maintained, the accompanying service booklet carries stamps at 2,788, 11,187, 21,218, 28,851, 29,934, 37,740, 37,820, 38,162, 38,268, 38,365 and 38,371 miles. Looked after by marque specialist R&D Automotive during the seller’s seven-year custodianship, they last serviced the car on 8th March 2023 at a cost of £3,030.75. The work also encompassed the installation of new front springs and renewing the clutch block. Yet to cover 500 miles since its cambelts were last replaced by R&D Automotive in 2019, the Ferrari started readily and ran well during our recent photography session. Worthy of close inspection, this highly desirable, manual transmission Ferrari 360 Spider still shows less than 39,000 warranted miles to its odometer. Offered for sale with book pack, tool kit, history file and MOT certificate valid until March 2024.

PLEASE NOTE: The registration number in the photographs is not included in the sale.

For more information, please contact:
James McWilliam
07943 584760


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Auction: Pavilion Gardens | Buxton, Derbyshire, 26th Jul, 2023

An auction of classic, collector and performance motorcars to be held in the beautiful surrounds of the Pavilion Gardens, Buxton, Derbyshire.  



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Tuesday 25th July 2023 from 12pm to 6pm
Wednesday 26th July 2023 from 9am

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