Put A 2004 Ferrari 360 Stradale In Your Garage

Steven Symes

This Italian stallion is quite rare.

With excellent documentation from the time it was new, this 2004 Ferrari 360 Stradale is a fantastic investment car. It’s also an exceptionally rare machine, with only 10 of this model in Silver with the factory tri-color stripes believed to be in existence. Originally purchased in North Carolina, this Italian exotic could call your garage its new home.

Inspect this Ferrari from one end to the other and you’ll be pressed to find much in the way of flaws. With no recorded accidents and no signs of corrective work, this is a vehicle you can take to the most discerning shows and feel proud to put on display. It also looks incredibly intimidating, even when parked and the engine shut off.

Ferrari made the 360 Challenge Stradale as a track-oriented version of the car. Already plenty potent with a snarling V8, Ferrari pushed performance even higher by increasing displacement, fitting it with carbon-fiber brake discs, a track-tuned suspension, more aggressive gearbox software tuning, various lightweighting techniques, and making numerous tweaks to the body.

The all-black interior looks spotless, with quite a few motorsports-inspired designs like the carbon-fiber door panels, center stripe on the steering wheel, and a fire extinguisher mounted in the passenger footwell. While the highly bolstered seats take inspiration from the track, they’re covered in soft leather and have a surprising amount of padding, so you can truly enjoy your time behind the wheel.

It’s easy to see why so many people were mesmerized by the Ferrari 360 Stradale Challenge when it first appeared on the scene. Highly advanced for its time, the car definitely lived up to the lofty Ferrari standards. All four owners of this car have kept full maintenance records, proving it has seen the best care possible from day one. This Ferrari is being sold by Curated Classics.

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