Get ready soccer fans, because your David Beckham is selling his Ferrari 360 Spider. He didn’t have much time to drive it, so it only has 7,800 miles on the odometer. It has no signs of wear inside or out, and it received a new timing belt in a recent service. Powered by a 3.6 liter V8, horsepower is rated at 400 with 276 lb-ft of torque. The 360 was Ferrari’s first convertible to use an aluminum space frame from Alcoa. Nearly twice as strong as the steel tube frame used on the predecessor F355. The transmission was revolutionary at the time, being an automated F1. In modern terms, it is a single clutch automatic which was in production until the launch of the 488 GTB.
A tasteful assortment of options includes a rear grille from the 360 Challenge series, forged BBS wheels, carbon fiber seats, Scuderia Shields, and a full Tubi exhaust system. The interior is tan and black leather, and the convertible top is ready for summer. If you have been looking for a right-hand drive Ferrari, this one is Lot 120 for next week’s H&H auction at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford. If you are heading to the auction, be sure to check out the SR-71 Blackbird on display. Unfortunately, it won’t be rolling across the block but stay with us for more celebrity owned supercars.