Everyone loved the Ferrari 360 series when it arrived in 2000. Working with ALCOA, the chassis and many body parts were aluminum. It was so revolutionary that many aspects remained unchanged until the 488 GTB arrived. Despite all the innovations since then, one small feature that was never added was submarine mode.

Authorities in West Palm Beach, Florida have released the name of a man who drove his 360 Modena into Palm Beach Inlet. This pristine section of the Intercoastal Waterway has scenic views of the historic Breakers hotel and the President's home at Mar-a-Lago. The owner had a conversation about parking with a police officer, but then it gets weird. The car was on a fishing pier, then the driver backs up to the gate...

A local salvage company was tasked with "The Hunt For Blue Modena", and they used air bags to float it to a boat ramp. You tell us what happened here. Regardless of the motive, the sad car was exposed to the salt of the Atlantic, so it will face serious corrosion for the rest of its life. If you want a nice & dry example, click the link below and stay with us for all your Ferrari news.

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