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2002 Ferrari 360 Modena Coupe 2-door 3.6l-like New- 15k Miles- Mint Condition on 2040-cars

US $79,488.00
Year:2002 Mileage:15241 Color: Door edge hazard lights Driver/passenger pwr heated body color door mirrors Projector beam lens halogen bulb headlights Rear fog lights Tinted glass on cabin Variable intermittent windshield wipers
Location:

San Rafael, California, United States

San Rafael, California, United States

CALIFORNIA MOTORS
San Rafael, California
USA
 
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Like-new 2002 Ferrari 360 Modena, 6-speed F1-style paddle shift trans, high-revving 3.6L V8, Daytona style powered seats, premium 18" modular wheels, front "challenge style" grilles, HIFI stereo system with subwoofer, only 15K miles!! -

 2002 Ferrari 360 Included Standard Equipment


Interior (4) speakers Alloy trim on gear knob AM/FM stereo w/CD Cigar lighter w/ashtray Driver/passenger door pocket bins Leather covered tilt/telescopic steering wheel Leather trim on doors & dashboard Lighting-inc: delayed fade courtesy lights, reading lights Passenger vanity mirror Peripheral anti-theft protection Pwr front windows w/one-touch down feature Pwr remote trunk/hatch release Rear window defogger Remote fuel filler door release Remote pwr locks

Exterior Door edge hazard lights Driver/passenger pwr heated body color door mirrors Projector beam lens halogen bulb headlights Rear fog lights Tinted glass on cabin Variable intermittent windshield wipers -

Safety 3-point seat belts Driver & front passenger airbags -

Mechanical 13" x 1.1" front/rear disc brakes 18" x 10" rear alloy wheels 18" x 7.5" front alloy wheels 3.6L DOHC MPFI 40-valve V8 engine Electronic traction control Front/rear stabilizer bar Independent front/rear wishbone suspension w/coil springs Limited slip rear differential P215/45/ZR18 front tires P275/40/ZR18 rear tires Rear wheel drive Vehicle speed proportional pwr steering -




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