€159 900


Car Details
Body Gran Turismo
  • Technical Passport
  • Matching Number
  • Street Legal
  • History maintenance
  • Documentation
  • ABS
  • Accident Free
  • Original Spare Parts
  • Certified Used
  • Original Paint
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FERRARI 360 CHALLENGE ORIGINAL F1 V8 410CV - 1 OF 300 - ROAD LEGAL - 2003 LEMANS WINNER TRIBUTE - 10233 KM - FERRARI COLLECTION RED CORSA INTERIOR CHALLENGE VERSION ORIGINAL F1 SEQUENTIAL CHALLENGE GEARBOX CHALLENGE ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT 4 POINT RACING BELT SABELT FERRARI RACING SEAT 2003 LE MANS GT WINNER TRIBUTE LIVERY ORIGINAL FERRARI CHALLENGE WITH DOCUMENTS ( ROAD LEGAL ) ORIGINAL ROLL BAR ORIGINAL CHALLENGE WHEELS FIRST ORIGINAL PAINT PURE CAR WITH NO COMPETITION HISTORY / ACCIDENT FREE PRIVATE COLLECTION ORIGIN SWEDISH REGISTRATION HISTORIC MAINTENANCE ( FERRARI MAINTENANCE ) NANOCERAMIC BODY EXTERIOR PROTECTION ( 2000,00 EURO ) 1 OF 300 FERRARI CHALLENGE ORIGINAL FROM MARANELLO FACTORY INVESTMENT CAR In 2000, Ferrari developed the 360 ​​Challenge in just over 300 specimens (not to be confused with the Challenge Stradale produced in 1,274 specimens since 2003), for single-brand races and for various FIA championships, using standard mechanics, but with a weight reduced to 1,170 kg (120 less than the standard 360 Modena). In 2001, a revisited version of the challenge saw the light, capable of 415 horses. In 2002, the 360 ​​began competing in major official championships, such as the FIA ​​GT and the prestigious Le Mans 24 Hours. To participate, the customer racing department had designed 20 specimens of 360 Modena approved by the FIA ​​which had a lowered body made of carbon fiber, with a striking rear wing. The engine had been upgraded to 430 horsepower. To compete against the Porsche 911 GT3 RSR, in 2003 the 360 ​​GTC was developed in collaboration with Michelotto, capable of 445 horsepower at 8750 rpm, and with a weight decreased to 1,100 kg [3]. From 2002 to 2005, the 360 ​​GT was manufactured in 30 copies; it originated from the 360 ​​Challenge and was entrusted to private drivers who used it in the FIA ​​GT Championship. Di meno