2003 Ferrari F360 Modena has travelled just 988 miles in 20 years
A headline entry at Historics’ live auction at Bicester Heritage on Saturday, 23rd September is a stunning 20 year-old Ferrari F360 Modena that’s travelled an average of just one mile a month since new.
The voluptuous Modena, named after the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari, is in strong demand and this exceptional example, in one family’s ownership since new, and with just 988 miles beneath its belt, ticks all the boxes in terms of driver and collector appeal.
Regarded as the first of the modern era Ferraris, the 360 features an all-aluminium chassis and outer body panels, its midships 3.6 litre V8 rated at a shade under 400bhp sitting loud, proud and visible beneath the glass fastback rear deck.
Adding to its star credentials, this immaculate RHD Rosso Red /Nero black leather example is equipped with a highly desirable manual gearbox.
Purchased new from Maranello Ferrari in Egham in April 2003 the car has lead a very gentle life, being used only on special occasions and hence the exceptionally low mileage. Pampered throughout its single family ownership and following a period of dry storage, it was recommissioned this year by Ferrari specialist Foskers who remarked it is in ‘time warp’ condition.
This hugely desirable Ferrari 360 Modena - freshly serviced by Ferrari Sevenoaks - comes to sale with Historics at Bicester Heritage on 23rd September with original handbooks, leather book packs and tools plus correspondence from Maranello with order forms, invoices, welcome letters and even a personal letter from Luca Di Montezemolo. Significant purchase interest is anticipated at the estimate of £105,000-£130,000.
The magnificent classic Ferrari line-up on sale also features six further examples of Maranello’s finest including a 2009 Ferrari F430 Scuderia, the F360’s successor, at an estimate of £135,000-£160,000, and a 25,000 mile, 2006 Ferrari F430 Spider (£85,000-£100,000).
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