On the hunt for the next project supercar and I had well over 100 cars submitted! Thank you for all of you that submitted cars. Let’s go over a bunch of the car that were interesting but didn’t make the cut.
am selling my 1985 Ferrari Testarossa – Monospecchio – Flying Mirror. This is one of 121 made, with an original 9,668 miles. Matching numbers. Never been repainted or restored. The car has it’s original paint. No accidents. Clear California title and is a rust-free car. The rear right side has a small scratch. The interior is good considering it’s age. The car has not run since 1991 and it will need an engine-out service. The engine does turn free by hand. A full set of books and full tool kit is available. All international interest is welcome. Shipping is available worldwide. please email me if you have any question or need more photos thank you firstname.lastname@example.org
Up for sale is my beautiful 2000 Ferrari 360 with the famous 6 speed manual transmission! Which makes it an absolute dream to drive! Truly the Ferrari dream car experience! Only 2,300 Ferrari 360 6 speed manuals coupes produced worldwide, only 700 are in the beautiful USA, and only a few for sale.
In my humble opinion the 6 speed manual is more of the original Ferrari experience, compare to a F1 paddle shifter. You will definitely have an incredible experience going through the gated shifter, really feeling how thrilling these car really are, and the best sounding. Also with the 6 speed manual you dont have to worry about the F1 pump replacements, F1 clutch wearing out, the F1 tcu upgrades etc.
In my humble opinion the Ferrari 360 is the best Ferrari ever made, it’s just a simple raw Ferrari, the way it’s meant to be and it look like the latest Ferrari, the 488, even better because it has the quad exhaust and tail lights,and of course the 6 speed manual gear box, which Ferrari doesn’t produce anymore, truly a collector item. Other manual cars that you can get are Audi R8, Lamborghini Gallardo, Bmw m4 and m6, Porsche Turbo and GT2, Corvette z06 and ZR1, Dodge Viper. But in my humble opinion the Ferrari 360 6 speed manual is the one to buy, it just an experience like no other
There’s these Y T video by guy name Parker, username Vehicle Virgins, who has over 2 million subscribers, who has driven some of the most exotic cars in the world, he has these videos up on a 6 speed manual 360 spider, that you have to see. Just go on Y T and search “What’s it like to drive a gated manual Ferrari 360 spider” and “Gated Manual Ferrari 360 Spider review” Some of favorite quotes by him:
“…There no denying that it absolutely beautiful…Still looks like a modern Ferrari…”
“The handling in the 360 is absolutely incredible”
“…it feels very light on its feet, a lot more nimble than the Gallardo, and that gated shifter is an absolute blast”
“…every gear change slides in with a beautiful clink, so satisfying”
“I have driven two 360 with the F1 gearbox and the manual is far and away better…”
“…There’s a ton of mechanical grip, it is really confident inspiring in the turns, and it very easy to drive as well,
“The clutch is not too difficult to operate not too heavy not to light either ”
“…Its still feels quick and there is nothing like the sound of a Ferrari…
“The interior is nice, they actually tend to age well….it doesn’t tend to fade and crack like other cars”
“The turning radius is fantastic in the 360, also makes it maneuvering around town and in parking lost a lot easier and make it throwing it into corners very very fun”
“You feel very connected to the road and the suspension is perfect, even over bumps it doesn’t feel harsh in the slighteous”
“You can feel all four tires grip and connecting to the road, really communicating whats going on benight you, something that’s lost in a lot of newer cars
“There nothing like downshifting a gated manual, Woo!”
“…This is one of the most fun cars I have ever driven”
“…driving with the gated manual i have had a smile on my face all day”
“Gota love the gated manual, it feel so smooth, and the little clink as you downshift and up shift is one of the most satisfying feelings in the automotive world”
“I love that is extremely user friendly, it’s so much simple to drive around town and cruise on the back roads then you would think, its a Ferrari you would think it would be intimidating but it not its absolute breeze to drive fast or slow”
“Lastly I gotta go with the looks, the 360 is absolutely classic designs, one of the best designs…”
Rosso Crosa (Ferrari red) exterior
*25,497 miles ( will increase slightly)
*Title in hand
*Owner manual in the Ferrari leather pouch
*No sticky parts
*Rosso Crosa brake calipers
*Rear and front challenge straddle grill
*Scuderia fender shields
The nada book value on the 2000 Ferrari 360 with a 6 speed manual (which according to them adds 50k to the value compare to a F1 automatic) = fair 103,900, good 112,000 and excellent 130,800. The values will keep on going up on these 6 speed manual, it more of an investment, really it a free Ferrari ownership, because you can always sell it back for the same price, actually more
If you saw the Y T videos by Parker, you heard that he mentioned “You can get these cars form 70k-90k…” Well the videos are from 2016, so as you can see the price point has always been steady and will continue to go up, truly is a free ferrari ownership
Asking only 59k. Title in hand.
Email your name and number if interested and I’ll give you a call
1985 Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole
Chassis No. ZFFUA13AXF0054571
Finished in Iconic Rosso (Red) over a Black Leather Interior
Winter 2019 Inspection, Schedule Maintenance, Belt Service and Detailing
Less than 34,000 Miles Supported by CARFAX and AutoCheck Vehicle History Reports
Over a Decade of Excellent Service Records On File
Fully Complemented by Original 308 QV Books, Tool Roll, Spare Tire Assembly & Emergency Equipment
Previously Part of a World Class Sports Car Collection
A Quality Limited Production Final Year 308 GTS QV
Completed in November of 1984, this U.S. specification Quattrovalvole is draped in iconic Ferrari Rosso paintwork over a Black leather cabin with Red accent piping, equipped with air conditioning and power windows. The interior is beautifully presented with fresh leather hides and carpeting throughout, as the Ferrari’s body and believed majority original paint (according to depth meterings) show well with straight lines, excellent gaps and luster. Original Campagnolo wheels and chin spoiler compliment. The rear stowage compartment with working zippers contains a targa cover, complete original tool roll and emergency pouch with jack, tools, bulbs and fuses. A rare occurrence, especially alongside the original 308 QV factory manuals, cards and booklets in Ferrari folio. The front compartment contains what appears to be the unused original spare assembly, while body number (109) stampings can be seen on the front bonnet, rear hatch and engine bay.
A Revered Collectible and Favorite Driver Among Enzo-Era Enthusiasts
This GTS QV sports a strong powerplant as expected from a limited driven example, showing near 34,000 miles, as tracked by records, clean CarFax and Auto Check reports. A complete major mechanical overhaul and light cosmetic freshening was commissioned in the Summer – Late 2014. Regular startings, upkeep and minimal mileage have been acquired since, followed by a Winter 2019 inspection, scheduled maintenance and belt service. All new belts, fluids and filters ensure immediate driven enjoyment. All lights, instruments and safety equipment remain in proper working order, with accompanying servicing records and invoices from 1998-Present in a nicely bound dossier. 54571 has resided in The Vault at DriverSource (climate-controlled storage) since 2016, in one of the most noteworthy collections in the State.
Produced in significantly less numbers than its later counterpart, the 308 GTS Quattrovalvole has become quite the collectible and practical driver among the late Enzo-era Ferraris. Here is a very honest and fastidiously cared example, worthy of investment and further enjoyment.
$78,500.00 Offer/Trades Welcomed
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