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2000 Ferrari 360 on 2040-cars

US $27,500.00
Year:2000 Mileage:13029 Color: Yellow /
 Black
Location:

Debary, Florida, United States

Debary, Florida, United States

Send me an email at: olgaoggallagos@steamrailways.com .

GORGEOUS 2000 FERRARI 360 MODENA F1 COUPE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. JUST TURNED 13,029 ORIGINAL MILES. I AM THE 3RD
OWNER AND HAVE ALWAYS HAD THE CAR GARAGED FOR THE 8 YEARS I’VE OWNED IT. THIS CAR HAS NEVER SEEN RAIN! ALL
MAINTENANCE IS UP TO DATE WITH MOST SERVICES PERFORMED AT THE FERRARI DEALERSHIP IN FT. LAUDERDALE, SO ALL SERVICE
RECORDS ARE EASILY AVAILABLE. THIS CAR IS A CLASSIC 360 THAT HAS BEEN PAMPERED AND ALWAYS WELL MAINTAINED. OF
COURSE ALL BOOKS AND RECORDS ARE AVAILABLE, AS WELL AS ALL KEYS AND FOB’S. THE EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR ARE IN
GREAT SHAPE, AS YOU CAN TELL FROM THE PICTURES. SOME OF THE INTERIOR PARTS STARTED GETTING “STICKY” AND I HAD
IT ALL REDONE BY FERRARI. SO THE “STICKIES” ARE GONE AND IT’S LIKE NEW. THE CAR HAS NEVER HAD AN ACCIDENT AND
HAS A CLEAN CARFAX WHICH ALSO DEPICTS ITS SERVICE RECORD HISTORY AT FERRARI.
THE FOLLOWING LISTS ALL THE KEY FEATURES AND OPTIONS OF THIS CAR:
- VERY LOW MILES (13,029)
- FERRARI DEALER MAINTENANCE
- F1 TRANSMISSION - PADDLE SHIFTERS
- FERRARI MODULAR WHEELS
- BLACK PAINTED BRAKE CALIPERS
- REAR CHALLENGE GRILL
- CD CHANGER
- SCUDERIA SHIELDS
- ALL BOOKS, KEYS AND FOB’S
- NO “STICKIES”
- ALWAYS GARAGED
THE FOLLOWING LISTS THE STATUS OF KEY MAINTENANCE SERVICES:
Clutch
Sep.10, 2010
8,487
71% remaining
Battery
Mar. 29, 2012
9,280
Ferrari Ft. Lauderdale
Belt Service
Jan. 17, 2013
9,662
Ferrari Ft. Lauderdale
"Stickies"
Oct. 6, 2014
11,053
Ferrari Ft. Lauderdale
Brakes
Mar. 7, 2016
12,850
Fiorano Motor Sports
Annual Service
Mar. 7, 2016
12,850
Fiorano Motor Sports

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Word has it that Ferrari could send Valentino Rossi and Fernando Alonso to pilot its prototype at Le Mans in 2015 or 2016. The rumors were tweeted by Mark Webber (embedded below), who recently left F1 to drive for Porsche at Le Mans - and could amount to pure speculation, to some inside track on hard news or (as is often the case) something in between. One way or another, both Rossi and Alonso are multiple world champions in their fields with strong ties to Maranello and would make a formidable lineup - particularly if paired, we'd venture, with Ferrari's test driver Marc Gené, who won at Le Mans with Peugeot in 2009.
Although the Rossi connection would seem the greater stretch, it might actually make the most sense of the two. With nothing left to prove on two wheels, the seven-time MotoGP champion has been talking about leaving the series. He's test-driven Ferrari F1 cars on several occasions and raced the Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 in the Blancpain Endurance Series last season. The move would be a rare departure for Alonso, however, who has raced almost exclusively in open-wheel single seaters his entire career, and would need to balance the program with his F1 commitments. That is, assuming he doesn't get fed up with chasing after Sebastian Vettel and teaming with Kimi Raikkonen by then.

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