2002 Ferrari 360 Spider in Argento Nurburgring :
· 3.6-Liter V8
· 6-Speed F1 Sequential Transaxle
· Limited-Slip Differential
· Argento Nurburgring Exterior Paint
· Nero Leather Upholstery
· Power Daytona Style Seats w/ Grey Inserts
· Aftermarket 19" Alloy Wheels
· Power-Operated Black Soft Top
· Complete Books & Tools
· Manufacturer's Literature
· Carfax Report on File
Now available is this 2002 Ferrari 360 Spider.
Powered by a 3.6-liter V8 engine, paired with a paddle-shifted six-speed F1 sequential transaxle and a limited-slip differential, this 360 Spider is just as powerful as it is attractive.
Finished in the striking color combination of Argento Nurburgring over black leather interior with a black soft-top. Featured prominently in the cabin are the fully electric and adjustable ‘Daytona’ style front seats with grey centered inserts. Other amenities include automatic climate control, color-matched leather interior trim and aftermarket modular rims.
The car was first delivered to Ferrari of The Auto Gallery in Woodland Hills, California to a significant Ferrari collector and vintage race car driver of Rolling Hills, California on March 6, 2002. The car stayed in Southern California with two other owners until it was relocated to Oregon in 2017 with 11,100 miles on the odometer. It has stayed in Oregon before making its way back down the California Coastline to Monterey.
Service records on file show a substantial amount of work performed at Grand Prix motors in Campbell, CA in September of 2019 including clutch replacement, brakes and service work. Consignor notes a total of $41,500 worth of labor after a 30k-major service was performed in 2019 as well.
A complete set of owner’s manuals and factory literature are wrapped in its factory owners pouch and accompany a complete set of tools, jack kit with case, Ferrari branded electric battery charger, tire inflator kit, Ferrari branded floor mats, seat and steering wheel covers along with other misc. factory items.
Overall, the paint is in excellent condition with minimal signs of road wear after the front nose was recently touched up. The upholstery shown minor patina from normal use, including the seat bolsters and carpet. No sticky buttons can be found, no dash warning lights or wavy leather on the dash. Wear on the soft-top is typical as well and operates consistently with user assistance. Date codes of the tires show 2018 and present lots of tread left. On the road, the Ferrari performed as expected, with power and grace!
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