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In Stock 2004 FERRARI 360 CHALLENGE STRADALE

CONDITION:

Excellent, clear title

MILEAGE: 7,600
STOCK NO: 1055
TRANSMISSION: Six-speed, electro-hydraulic manual
ENGINE: 3,586cc V eight-cylinder, petrol
DRIVETRAIN: Rear-engined, rear-wheel drive
EXTERIOR COLOUR: Rosso Scuderia
INTERIOR COLOUR:
PRICE: £274,850 
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Vehicle Overview

 

Designed by Pininfarina S.p.A. as its replacement for the outgoing Ferrari 355, the 360 was produced in several variants, during its six years in production. Ferrari S.p.A records suggest that approximate delivery to global markets was –

• 8,700 Modenas

• 7,565 Spiders

• 300 360 Modena Challenge

• 17 360 N-GT race-cars ( prepared by Michelotto)

• 32 360GTC (race version of the Challenge Stradale)

• A single Barchetta (given to former Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo as a wedding present)

• 1,288 Challenge Stradales (of which, approx. 116 were delivered new to the UK)

 

For the 360 Modena; Ferrari partnered with Alcoa to produce an entirely new, all aluminium space-frame chassis, that was 40% stiffer and 28% lighter, than the previous tipo. The new V8 engine, common to all versions, had a 3,586cc capacity, with a flat-plane crankshaft and titanium connecting rods, producing 400bhp in road-specification and 0-62 mph acceleration, improved from 4.6 to 4.3 seconds over the F355.

First introduced at the 2003 Geneva International Motor Show, the Challenge Stradale was a limited production, high performance, road-legal version of the 360, where the design objective was 20% track day use and 80% road use - succinctly, a lightweight, factory tuned version of the Modena, fitted with:

• carbon-fibre seats

• racing exhaust

• carbon-fibre engine bay

• Brembo carbon ceramic brakes

• track tuned suspension (Fiorano handling-pack)

• updated gearbox

• stiffer titanium springs

• stiffer bushes

• remapped active suspension

• uprated rear anti roll-bar

• larger 19' BBS wheels

• carbon fibre mirror frames

• alcantara interior

• resin moulding bumpers and skirts

• centre console and yellow dials to instrument binnacle

 

#ZFFDT57C000137196 was delivered new to the UK market, via Maranello Concessionaires Limited on April 21st 2004 to P Diment Esq of Stourbridge, West Midlands. Ordered with a rosso scuderia exterior, complemented by an anthracite alcantara interior, this immaculate, RHD example, of the very collectible, limited production, 419bhp, V8-engined, 360 Challenge Stradale has travelled just 7,600 miles from new.

 

MOT'S ON FILE:

 

04/08/14 - 7,564 miles

08/08/13 - 7,552 miles

27/06/12 - 6,606 miles

28/06/11 - 6,394 miles

28/05/10 - 5,917 miles

12/05/09 - 5,214 miles

16/04/08 - 4,793 miles

16/05/07 - 3,946 miles

 

UK SERVICE HISTORY:

 

22/07/13 7,550 miles Meridien Modena, Hants

26/06/12 6,606 miles Graypaul, Birmingham

28/06/11 6,394 miles Graypaul, Birmingham

28/05/10 5,907 miles Graypaul, Birmingham

11/05/09 5,185 miles Graypaul, Birmingham

15/04/08 4,779 miles Stratstone, West Midlands

17/05/07 3,946 miles Stratstone, West Midlands

19/07/06 3,545 miles Stratstone, West Midlands

05/02/05 1,807 miles PJ Evans, West Midlands

 

OWNERSHIP HISTORY:

 

#RX04NFT was delivered new to its first owner in the West Midlands, has remained in the United Kingdom and since 25/10/13, with its current owner.

 

ALSO INCLUDED:

 

• Schedoni wallet

• Factory supplied tool-kit

• Ferrari S.p.A. Service Assistenza directory

• Service Ferrari Direct Line directory

• 360 Challenge Stradale owners handbook

• Tipo Alarm system handbook

• Owner’s warranty and service book

 

SUMMARY:

 

• Low mileage

• Very limited production, RHD, one of approx. just 115 examples

• Complete service history

• Very collectible, versatile tipo

• To be sold, freshly “annually” inspected, cam-belt serviced and MOT’d, by a Ferrari main-dealer

 

£274,850 

 

 


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