There’s nothing quite as beautiful as a clean Ferrari, and this 2004 Ferrari 360 Modena is about as clean as they come. With two owners, thorough service records, plus all the bells and whistles out of the factory, this is a special car for someone special. GT Motor Cars is offering this Ferrari to the public, presenting quite the opportunity.
This car has much to offer. A gated stick shift allows you greater control over how the 3.6-liter V8 behaves. It has that iconic growl everyone loves about Ferraris. Then there’s the revolutionary design of the 360, which pushed into new territory by using a frame and substructure created with the help of Alcoa Aluminum. Unlike its predecessors, the Ferrari 360 doesn’t require an engine out service.
Even more importantly, the Ferrari 360 won over critics and Ferrari fans quickly for its excellent driving dynamics. This is a car you will always enjoy taking on the road or track, especially if there are plenty of sharp turns.
Compelling details abound on this Ferrari, and since it only has been driven about 12,000 miles, everything appears to be in excellent condition. Among the highlights are Scuderia shields and Challenge Stradale grilles on the front and rear, a full leather interior, 6-disc CD changer, modular wheels, and power seats. The original owner options this vehicle heavily.
According to GT Motor Cars, this car is being sold with the original window sticker, books, tools, service records, spare tire, and battery tender. In other words, you’re not missing out on anything by going for this option. Of course, there are quite a few other amazing cars being offered through the same dealer, if you want to check those out as well.
To make an offer on this car, contact GT Motor Cars directly.
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