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1999 Ferrari 360 Modena.
1999 Ferrari 360 Modena
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Address: Emeryville, CA Mileage: 42,908
Exterior Color: Yellow Interior Color: Black
Transmission: Manual Body Style: COLLECTOR
Condition: Good
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1999 Ferrari 360 Modena Coupe VIN ZFFYR51A6X0117462 Fly Yellow with Black Leather Interior Part of a long line of compact mid-engined Ferraris dating back to the legendary 206 and 246 Dino, the F360 Modena bristled with innovative technology upon its introduction. The biggest news was undoubtedly the decision to switch to an aluminum chassis, which increased rigidity by 40ihile simultaneously decreasing weight by 28 ver the outgoing 355. The engine in the 360 was slightly larger and more powerful, displacing 3.6 liter and producing 400hp, providing a 0-60 time of 4.3 seconds and a top speed of 189mph. In short, the car is everything that modern Ferrari should be: fast, exotic, visually arresting, and an outstanding driver"s car. Most cars were equipped with the F1 paddle shift gearbox with electronically actuated clutch, though a few examples were fitted with conventional gated shifter 6-speed manual transmissions. This particular example has been well maintained and is nicely equipped with 6-speed transmission, challenge grille and fender shields. In recent years, it has belonged to two California owners who have maintained the car at the same shop, Stewart"s Automotive in Sacramento, California. The car has a new battery and also received new rear rotors and pads 500 miles ago. Additionally, the exhaust manifolds and ABS module were also replaced, which are common failure points on these cars. The invoices show regular preventative maintenance and the occasional other fix (new wiper switch, alternator cable etc.), as well as a new clutch at 31,000 miles and a belt service at 35,000 miles in May of 2008. Consequently, the car is due for a belt service at this time. Miscellaneous service records go back as far as 9000 miles showing that the car has been properly cared for. Cosmetically, the car makes a strong impression and is certainly impactful as only a yellow Ferrari can be. The paintwork is generally good, with a few scuffs and scrapes to the front bumper and one significant blemish in the front bumper that has damage to the paint but has not punctured the bumper cover and could be remedied without replacing the bumper. The paintwork is otherwise attractive and presentable and the car has clear bra to protect various areas of the paintwork as well as the headlamps. The lights and glass are excellent and the wheels are excellent overall with small areas of curb rash on each right wheel and none on the left wheels. The interior is generally in excellent shape other than the typical stickiness to some of the plastic trims on the interior, which is common on Ferraris of this era. The leather is excellent across the board, which minimal wear to the driver"s seat bolster. The dashboard is very good, with minor shirinkage around the defroster vents only. The carpets are excellent and the contrasting yellow stitching looks very smart. The engine compartment and trunk are both unmodified and clean, as befits a well-cared for and properly maintained car. The trunk is surprisingly capacious. The car is fitted with Quicksilver exhaust, which is well made and impressive-sounding. The car is complete with spare tire kit, tools, and books. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a well-maintained and complete example of a usable high performance modern Ferrari. It has a clean Carfax and although it is due for a belt service by time, it has been properly maintained and comes with a thick file of service records, as well as books and tools. It has few modifications and has escaped the invasive changes from which these cars sometimes suffer. Furthermore, it is a 6-speed example, which is a more effective solution than the early F1 gearboxes used in Ferraris of this period. Price: $62,500
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