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Petrolicious believes that your collection is missing an important piece, and we have to say that we agree.

In just one minute and sixteen seconds, they’ve profiled the beauty of a Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale’s engine sounds, sharing them in an Oct. 22 YouTube video, created in partnership with the Ferrari Approved Certified Pre-Owned Program, titled “The Ferrari Challenge Stradale Belongs In Your Garage.” It’s a title that we couldn’t agree with more.

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Introduced in 2003, the 360 Challenge Stradale was designed to be “a racing car for road use,” as Ferrari’s website describes. They took the existing design of the 360 Modena and 360 Spider, cut the weight, smoothed out the gearbox, increased performance and power output and refined every last detail, resulting in a powerful and beautiful V8 beast.

Power sits at 425 hp and 275 lb-ft, which results in a 0-62 mph acceleration time of four seconds flat. For a road car that now sits at 13 years old, those numbers are impressive for a road-going model. And as Petrolicious describes, these are just a few of the reasons why one of these cars belongs in your collection.

Their video is accompanied by an Oct. 22 article listing off their ten reasons for why this particular Ferrari is one you should consider. Give it a read to see their ideas, and when you’ve been convinced, find one now from our exclusive listings at the button below.

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(Source: Ferrari, YouTube, Petrolicious)

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