The first model to be rolled out was the 360 Modena, followed later by the 360 Spider, and finally, as a special edition, the Challenge Stradale, which was the highest performance road-legal version of the 360 produced by the factory, featuring carbon ceramic brakes (from the Enzo), track tuned suspension, aerodynamic gains, weight reduction, power improvements and revised gearbox software among its track focused brief. From a handling and braking performance perspective, it was the equivalent of adding a FHP (Fiorano Handling Pack) to the 360, which was available for V12 models such as the 550, 575 or F599 but never separately for the V8s.
Finished in the traditional shade of Rossa Corsa, this 2003 Challenge Stradale is offered with all of its original books and tools alongside an extensive service history which includes the fitting of a new clutch, exhaust and cambelt service less than 2,000km’s ago, a break down for which can be seen below. It is quite clear from its history that the car has been looked after and maintained over the years with no expense spared and as such the car drives just as well as it did the day it left the factory.
Showing a respectable 52,000 kilometres (c. 32,000 miles) recorded, this is an excellent example in all respects and having benefitted from a recent service by Maranello, provides a highly rewarding driving experience with strong investment potential over the coming years.
2003 – 0km ForzA
2004 – 5,075km Carlo Bonini
2005 – 12,030km Carlo Bonini
2006 – 19,102km Carlo Bonini
2007 – 26,984km Carlo Bonini
2008 – 33,114km ForzA
2009 – 36,848km Officina Prampolini Mauro
2009 – 41,085km Officina Prampolini Mauro
2011 – 45,515km Officina Toni Auto
2013 – 49,500km Officina Toni Auto
2014 – 50,174km Dick Lovett (new clutch, exhaust, cambelt 50kservice 25% brakes)
2016 – 50,717km Len Shires (tyres, brake fluid)
2016 – 51,xxxkm Scuderia Scaglieti (geo set up, clutch/brakes check)
2017 – 52,xxxkm Maranello Egham