This Ferrari 360 Challenge, a road-legal marvel of Italian engineering, is a rare and captivating example of a modern classic race car. Owned privately since new, it has been meticulously enhanced with performance and cosmetic upgrades, making it a unique and thrilling vehicle.

At its core lies a naturally aspirated 3.6-litre ‘F131B’ V8 engine, characteristic of the Challenge model, delivering a robust 410bhp to the rear wheels. This power is managed by a six-speed F1 automated manual transmission with paddle shift, offering an engaging and responsive driving experience.

Originally maintained by Nakamura Engineering in Japan, this Ferrari was imported to the UK and registered with the DVLA in April 2021. With a chassis mileage believed to be under 8,000 Kms and approximately 70% clutch life remaining, it's in remarkable condition.

The 360 Challenge variant boasts numerous enhancements over the standard 360 Modena. These include a blueprinted and micro-finished engine with upgraded mounts, a racing clutch with a lightened flywheel, and advanced suspension components. The interior has been stripped of unnecessary weight, replaced with lighter materials like Lexan polycarbonate for the side windows and carbon-fibre for the door panels, reducing the car's weight by about 115kg compared to the standard Modena.

Finished in Giallo Modena with satin-black trim, the car's striking appearance is matched by its performance-focused interior, featuring black Alcantara with red stitching, carbon-Kevlar Recaro bucket seats, and carbon-fibre trim. It rides on 18-inch RAYS Volk Racing TE37 wheels, framing Brembo calipers and Pirelli P Zero Rosso tyres.

Equipped for both safety and performance, it includes FIA-approved fuel tanks, a roll cage, quick-release bonnet pins, OMP harnesses, and a fire suppression system. The exterior features a carbon-fibre N-GT-style front bumper, modified rear bumper, front splitter, and a large rear wing.

The cabin is upgraded with a Reverie dry-carbon-fibre steering wheel, shift lights, a lap timer, and a Viewtec display. Other enhancements include a Roberuta Cup kit, aftermarket clutch, Nakamura Engineering exhaust system, GT-spec brakes, Quantum coilover suspension, and more.

It comes with maintenance history, Plexiglass and standard glass side windows, and a Ferrari owner’s club certificate, making it a remarkable find for any enthusiast or collector. Whether that's to drive it on the road or track...

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