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2000 Ferrari 360 on 2040-cars

US $27,996.00
Year:2000 Mileage:13654 Color: Red /
 Tan
Location:

Lincoln University, Pennsylvania, United States

Lincoln University, Pennsylvania, United States

2000 FERRARI 360 MODENA - 6 SPEED F1 PADDLE
SHIFT MANUAL TRANSMISSION

OPTIONS:

F1 GEARBOX
TUBI EXHAUST
DAYTONA SEATS WITH RED INSERTS
RED BRAKE CALIPERS
6 CD CHANGER
BATTERY CHARGER + PREWIRING
ELECTRICALLY OPERATED SEATS
LEATHER HEADLINER

THIS 360 MODENA IS A SOLID DRIVER AND IS MECHANICALLY SOUND. IT IS A RARE FIND WITH THE MILES, COLOR,
AND DAYTONA SEATS WITH RED INSERTS. "WHAT A LOOKER!" THE SEATS ARE LIKE NEW AS YOU CAN SEE IN THE PICTURES.

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Auto blog

1960 Ferrari 250 GT sells for over $8 million in record-setting RM auction weekend

Tue, 22 Jan 2013 19:00:00 EST

Although the vast majority of eyeballs were tuned to the madness at Barrett-Jackson this past weekend, that televised car auction wasn't the only high-dollar game in Arizona. RM Auctions brought its usual gaggle of exotic wares to the desert, and the car that came out on top sold for much more than Barrett-Jackson's highest sale, the Batmobile.
Coming out on top at RM last weekend was Lot 164, a 1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta 'Competizione' that sold for a massive $8,140,000 - the buyer could've nearly bought two Barris Batmobiles for that chunk of change. Lot 122, a 1967 Shelby 427 'Semi-Competition' Cobra, stood at $2,007,500 in second place, just in front of Lot 145, a 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4, which sold for $1,842,500.
After all said and done, RM reported $36.4 million in sales. That's a record for RM in Arizona, even though the total number of lots for 2013 was reduced significantly. Eight machines cracked the million-dollar mark, and you can see all of them in the press release right down below or peruse all of the auction results here. But first, be sure to scroll through our high-res image gallery of live photos above.

Kimi Raikkonen moving to Ferrari?

Wed, 14 Aug 2013 18:31:00 EST

Kimi Raikkonen, easily one of our favorite current drivers in Formula 1, may be making a move from Lotus to Ferrari, according to a Finnish tabloid called Ilta-Sanomat. Raikkonen, who won the driver's championship in 2007 with the Italian brand, is in high demand and is also rumored to have options on the table from Red Bull and his current team.
Of course, a move by Kimi to Ferrari means at least one of the Maranello-based outfit would need to find another ride. Driving ace Fernando Alonso has publicly voiced his displeasure with the Ferrari chassis, and rumors have the Spaniard considering a move to Red Bull to replace Mark Webber. Buckle up, folks, this Silly Season is shaping up to be bumpy...

2014 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

Tue, 18 Feb 2014 11:59:00 EST

Most cardiologists and physiologists maintain that a human's maximum heart rate is calculated with a mathematical formula: subtract a person's age from 220. But some leading doctors are now questioning the established academics, which trace their origins back to 1970, claiming that a simple formula isn't accurate for people of all ages, in particular those who are older. Rather than endorse the time accepted calculation, this progressive group argues that maximum heart rate equals 208 minus 0.7 times age.
While medical science continues its debate, I recently discovered a more elementary approach that disregards age and physical condition, and it requires no math.
To reveal a human's true maximum heart rate, I propose strapping test subjects into the driver's seat of a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and then firing up its ferocious V12.