2001 Ferrari 360 Modena

5,249 mi
400 BHP



  • Fantastic example of the first of the truly modern Ferraris
  • Stunning Giallo Modena paintwork
  • Less than 6000 miles on the clock, verified by the history
  • Cambelt service in 2023, recent full service and inspection by Carrs
  • Superbly presented in original factory specification with Classiche application completed


For anyone unfamiliar with the history of the marque, it’s difficult to explain what a departure the 360 was for Ferrari. It’s with good reason that many consider it to be the first truly modern machine to emerge from Maranello. From its all-aluminium construction to the smooth, aerodynamically efficient styling and, of course, the implementation of the now de rigueur “F1” paddleshift transmission, every aspect of the 360 was fresh, exciting and finely tuned to deliver knockout performance. Of course, there are hints at the history of Italy’s greatest car maker (the side intakes pay clear homage to the 250LM and the Dino), but this is an unapologetically modern form – and all the better for it.

As we all know, you buy a Ferrari engine and the rest of the car just happens to come with it. And what an engine you’re buying here: 3.6-litres of naturally aspirated, free-revving V8 brutality. It delivers a fiercely addictive banshee howl as it bends physics to catapult the car from a standstill to 60mph in less than 4.5 seconds. Having been very lightly used and carefully maintained, with a full recent service and Classiche inspection by Carrs Ferrari costing over £7,500 to get into top condition providing extra confidence, this magnificent quad-cam masterpiece should provide many more years of breath-taking thrills and face-splitting grins.

With early models such as this one now well over 20 years old, great examples are becoming fewer and further between. Which is what makes this such an exceptional machine. With genuine low mileage, an excellent record of maintenance and a truly superb specification, we think you’ll have to go a very long way indeed to find a better example of this modern classic.

We believe that the 360’s time has come – increasingly sought after and sure to be regarded as an era-defining model in the history of the prancing horse, this is the perfect way to park one of Ferrari’s finest in your collection. A LHD model could well be a wise investment, with the potential to export to the USA at it’s 25 year birthday on 23 March 2026. As few 360s got to the USA the market is exceptional strong.

History and documentation

  • One former owner, current owner since September 2022
  • Kept in a private collection by the previous owner and rarely used on the roads
  • HPI clear (tested March 2024) MOT to March 2025, with a fine MOT history and previous certificates on file
  • Full cambelt service carried out by Carrs Ferrari in January 2023 at 4,911 miles
  • Recent full service and inspection by Carrs Ferrari in March 2024 at 5,525 miles
  • Complete with two keys (one never been used), and service book
  • A collection of invoices and MOT certificates detailing the maintenance history


  • Original black leather upholstery to the seats, dash and doors is in superb order, with no sagging, damage or significant wear that we could identify
  • The leather is complemented by the rich black carpeting, which also looks to be in excellent condition, with no staining, threading or damage on show
  • Smooth black headlining shows no evidence of sagging or damage and appears to be pristine
  • Air conditioning (regassed last year)
  • Electrically operated windows and door mirrors
  • Alpine CD/radio system
  • Beautiful, simple and uncluttered dash design, with clear controls
  • The vendor tells us that everything works perfectly, with no issues or problems to report
  • We’re informed that the usual ‘sticky button’ issue has been addressed, and all controls are now in excellent condition
  • There are some minor marks on the transmission paddles, but nothing excessive
  • Under the bonnet there is a useful luggage space, enough for a couple of overnight bags, which is well trimmed in black carpet and features integrated leather luggage straps
  • We have to mention the classic “engine window” behind the seats that offers a wonderful view back over that glorious mid-mounted V8


  • Giallo Modena paintwork, which shows here in exceptional condition, with no notable marks, blemishes or damage that we could discern
  • The vendor tells us that the paintwork will be machine polished and any stone chips sorted prior to sale
  • The body is constructed from aluminium panels over an all-aluminium monocoque chassis (at the time a first for a Ferrari production car), and all the panels show very well, with no corrosion, dents or scuffs we could see
  • Similarly, all of the badging and trim appears to be present, correct and in fine fettle
  • The light lenses and windows are clear and we couldn’t identify any cracks or chips at all
  • It sits on a correct set of 18-inch ‘Star’ alloy wheels (7.5-inches wide at the front and 10-inches wide at the back), which have been freshly refurbished and simply shimmer in their slinky silver finish
  • The wheels are shod with a brand new set of matched Michelin Pilot Sport 5 tyres which replaced the original 20 year tyres again being a nod to its authenticity
  • Overall, the car is in showroom condition externally


  • Soulful 3,586cc, naturally-aspirated 90-degree V8, mid-mounted for optimal performance
  • Five valves per cylinder, Nicasil treated cylinder liners, titanium alloy con-rods and dry sump lubrication
  • Factory rated at 400hp, delivering 0-60mph in 4.2 seconds, 0-100mph in 8.8 seconds and a top speed of 184mph (Autocar, August 1999)
  • Six-speed “F1” paddleshift transmission, driving the rear wheels Anti-lock braking system with ASR Continuous Damper Control (CDC) for optimal ride quality
  • Vented and cross-drilled discs all round, with four-piston calipers
  • Exceptionally clean engine bay, with no evidence of leaks or issues
  • The crackle red finish of the plenums looks perfect, as does the cast alloy bridge featuring the Cavallino Rampante
  • With a recent cambelt service and such low mileage, this box-fresh 360 is raring and ready to go
  • We’re assured by the vendor that the car drives “perfectly” with absolutely no mechanical issues whatsoever


Far more capable than the 355 it replaced, the 360 was Ferrari stamping its mark on the early 21st century, putting all the other supercar makers on notice that it intended to be just as dominant in the new century as it had in the previous one.

Thankfully, the 360 delivers on that promise. It’s a magnificent supercar, and this is a sublime example. One that could happily take pride of place in any collection you care to mention. Whether you’re looking for an appreciating asset that you can enjoy on high days and holidays, or you simply want a stunning example of the breed, this beautifully preserved example simply has to be considered.

To arrange a viewing, please request this in the Q&A section. You can click through to the seller's profile and use the 'Email Me' function to arrange a viewing privately. This seller is located in Exeter and can have the car transported anywhere in the UK at the sellers cost.

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