For sale is a rare gated-manual variant of the Ferrari 360 Spider. The 360 Spider has fast become a collectable, and the manual edition even more so, being one of the last cars Ferrari made with a proper gated manual transmission. This particular car has 45,150 miles and has reportedly been regularly maintained.
This 2004 Ferrari 360 Spider has been finished in black, with a black leather interior, and sits on three-piece wheels that have new tires fitted to them. It also features the popular visual addition of a rear grille from the Challenge Stradale, which sits above the Tubi specialist exhaust. This car features the optional and desirable “Daytona” seats, which feature white striped inserts, as well as perforated elements. The interior of this 360 Spider also features a $7000 entertainment system by Kenwood, which includes navigation functionality and a custom subwoofer enclosure.
The Ferrari 360 Spider is powered by Ferrari’s 3.6-liter Tipo F131 V8 engine. The engine houses 395 horses from new, which gave the Ferrari F360 a 0-60 time of 4.5 seconds. Being a manual transmission, this car features a 6-speed “gated” box, something that Ferraris of old have become renowned for.