This 2001 Ferrari 360 Spider was acquired two years ago and shows just 5,200 miles. The exterior is finished in Rosso Corsa, which is complimented by a black soft top and tan leather upholstery. Its 3.6-liter V8 is paired with a paddle-shifted six-speed F1 gearbox and a limited-slip differential. The timing belts were replaced at 3,600 miles in 2015, and the seller reports that following a December 2017 service the car has been started regularly but not driven more than 100 miles. This 360 Spider is now offered in Palo Alto, California with service records, two keys and fobs, a factory tool kit, factory manuals, a car cover, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Georgia title.
The Pininfarina-designed bodywork is finished in Rosso Corsa (322, Racing Red) with a black soft top that is shown raised and stowed in the photo gallery. All original paint (thickness readings available) except for the front bumper and headlight frames, which were refinished to repair typical driving chips. Receipts show that the hydraulic cylinders for the powered roof mechanism were replaced in May 2017.
The cabin features bolstered seats with tan leather upholstery that extends to the door panels.
The 3.6-liter Tipo F131 V8 is rated at 395 horsepower and 275 lb-ft of torque and features dry-sump lubrication and dual overhead camshafts. Power is sent to the rear wheels through an electrohydraulic six-speed F1 sequential transmission. The timing belts were serviced at Ferrari of Palm Beach in Florida at 3,600 miles in 2015 and were inspected again at 5,165 miles.
Silver-finished 18″ alloy wheels are mounted with Bridgestone Potenza S-02A tires measuring 215/45 up front and 275/40 out back. Red-painted brake calipers with Ferrari script are coupled with cross-drilled rotors at each corner. The brake master cylinder was replaced and a fluid flush performed in December 2017 at Dino Motors in San Mateo, California.
A pre-purchase inspection was performed in 2017. Dino Motors of San Mateo corrected noted issues, as shown on the invoice shown in the gallery. The most recent service was performed in November 2019 at Grand Prix Motors in Campbell, California and included replacement of the reverse switch assembly and ash tray. This receipt is shown in the gallery below along with other service records.
The leather-wrapped steering wheel features red stitching and a prancing-horse center cap, and paddle shifters are mounted to the steering column. The dashboard is upholstered in black leather with a tan underside and houses factory instrumentation including a 10k-rpm tachometer and a 220-mph speedometer. The digital odometer shows just over 5,200 miles.
Factory books and manuals are stored in a leather case. The tool kit, car cover, and other included items are depicted in the gallery along with a photo of the car’s underside.
The November 2019 Carfax report shows no accidents or other issues, with activity listed in New York, New Jersey, Florida, and Georgia.
A video of the car running and the top being stowed is provided in the gallery, as well as a start-up and driving videos.
Extensive maintenance records are available.
Recently service at a local Ferrari specialist.
Pre-purchase inspections welcome.