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It replaces the F430, and it shares the concept of its two most recent ancestors (F430 and 360 Modena) in having a mid-mounted, very powerful and very loud
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On September 29, 2003 in Atlanta, Heatley and teammate Dan Snyder went for a joyride in Heatley's $135000 Ferrari 360 Modena. While traveling over 80 mph on and more »
Jensen Button's Ferrari 360 F1 Modena (2001) - Pistonheads.com December 01, 2009
Jensen Button's Ferrari 360 F1 Modena (2001)This is a unique opportunity to own a Ferrari that belonged to the current Formula 1 World Champion. A stunning, immaculate Black Ferrari 360 supplied new
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Orange Cars channelThe jump between the F430 and this is much greater than the step from 360 Modena to F430. In styling, that is; for the rest, we have to move off. Ferrari 458 Italia: a truly astonishing supercarall 3 news articles »
Con artist's car sell-off - Mirror.co.uk December 13, 2009
Con artist's car sell-offMark Reece, 48, was jailed last year after he was caught selling two Ferrari 360 F1 Spiders which did not exist. Now the father-of-two is offering
at last check, a 2001 Ferrari 360 Modena painted in Argento blue is worth about $65,000. After spotting an illegally parked Ferrari 360 , this prankster decided to "pee" on the hood the of the car with a bottle of water. In the past, we have documented stories of Ferrari owners who, after making it big, started down a path of chivalry and altruism. The enraged owner runs out, starts pushing the guy around, and tells the prankster that he could "buy his whole family. This is not one of the stories.
The movement reeks of a mouse being fondled like the right analog stick of an Xbox 360 controller. Nothing against 360 controllers, but if Throughout the video, though, I'm just constantly thinking to myself whenever he went for aerial rocket attacks Duck-jump, bro. Interceptor Entertainment released a brand new multiplayer video for the upcoming Rise of the Triad and features more 18 minutes of gameplay, and it's well worth watching for all the intense, Ferrari-fast gunplay. It's like this guy never had to box jump into an air-vent in Half-Life. And the reason you duck-jump during aerial rocket encounters is because it minimizes the target space your 3D avatar creates while in mid-air. It's like, Bro, headshots. The guy is also playing like a complete console noob.
A: In 2011, the 1999 360 Modena will be an 11 year old car... looking historically, an 11 year old V8 Ferrari will still command about 65-70% of it's original purchase price.
Given a steady rate of inflation (which might be extremely optimistic given the recent morgage crisis), you could likely expect the Modena Berlinetta to command $90-100k.
However, it should be pointed out, that while the price to purchase an older Ferrari can make them attractive, the cost of ownership on the old car will be every bit as high as the new... even on an nearly 40 year old 308, you could expect the annual operating cost to a few thousand dollars. And items such as insurance add quite a bit more.
Definitely worth dreaming about (they are fanastic cars), but if you really want one, invest some of your savings in some books about money and investing and how to develop a positive cash flow that would allow you to afford such an item. (answered by Paul S on November 29, 2007)
A: So long as you weren't *touching* the car without the owner's permission, I doubt they'd have a problem with it. Exotic car owners, on the whole, like the response their cars draw from people on the street. They don't mind picture takers at all, or even having people next to their cars--so long as they're respectful. (answered by bracken46 on February 13, 2007)A: ya its not like your telling people its yours your fine (answered by CJ07239 on February 13, 2007)
A: Best I can tell the difference is whether or not the car has the F1 package or not. The F1 package mainly has to do with the paddle shifting transmission. If the car has this package it gets the black panel at the back too. (answered by velcroboy15 on January 15, 2007)