2002 Ferrari 360 Spider

Carbon Fiber Racing Seats

Challenge-Style Rear Grille

Belt Service in 2016

Original Books and Tool Kit

VIN: ZFFYT53A320127552

Engine: 3.6 V8

Transmission: 6-speed F1

Exterior: Grigio Alloy

Interior: Blue

Mileage: 20816

This 2002 Ferrari 360 Spider shows just under 21k miles and was sold new at Orange County Ferrari of Costa Mesa, California. The car reportedly remained in the state through 2009, when it was brought to the East Coast by its third owner. Power comes from a 3.6-liter DOHC V8 mated to a 6-speed F1 sequential gearbox, and a belt service was performed approximately 500 miles ago in 2016. Work totaled over $18k and also included new tires, rear tie-rods, shock bushings, and lower ball joints. This well-optioned example is equipped with a Challenge-style rear grille, modular wheels, and leather racing seats and roll hoops.

The body is finished in Grigio Alloy, and a protective clear bra has been applied to the front of the vehicle. A Challenge-style rear grille is installed, and the car is equipped with a blue soft top and a clear engine cover as shown in the gallery below. 18” modular wheels are wrapped in Bridgestone Potenza RE11 tires that were fitted in 2016. Inside, the optional carbon fiber-backed racing seats are trimmed in dark blue leather with deviated stitching and the center console and door panels are accented with brushed aluminum trim. Matching leather upholstery covers the roll hoops and fire extinguisher, and minor wear is noted on the driver’s outer bolster.A factory stereo is retained and some minor sticky interior components are noted.

The A/C is said to below cold, and instrumentation includes a 220 mph speedometer and a tachometer with an 8,500 rpm redline. Just under 21k miles are shown on the digital odometer. The 3.6L DOHC V8 was factory-rated at 395 horsepower and 275 lb-ft. of torque when new. A major belt service was performed by Ferrari of Central New Jersey in 2016. The work totaled over $18k and also included repair of the door locks as well as the installation of new tires, rear tie-rods, shock bushings, and lower ball joints. Immobilizer system issues have also been addressed, and the clutch shows around 42% wear per the recent inspection.

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