This 1 of only 259 US Challenge Stradale's is presented in what many may consider to be the ultimate collector's specification. This Concours d'Elegance level example is presented in Nero over black and red alcantara interior, a color combination of which few cars were produced in. Roughly 5% of the 259 US Stradale's came in black as can be seen in the Ferrari 360 Stradale registry. Only 31% of all examples, including this one, came painted by the factory with the highly desirable and extremely recognizable signature center stripe. It is perfectly optioned with a black leather dashboard, Handly fire extinguisher, two tone stripe (as previously stated), special features, yellow brake calipers, and red colored standard stitching. All these options were an additional $9,184.00.
This particular Ferrari was delivered new from Cauley Ferrari on September 13, 2004. The second owner reportedly obtained the vehicle in April of 2014. Cauley Ferrari annually serviced the Stradale until it moved from Michigan where it remained until August of 2016 which is when this immaculate vehicle made its way to sunny California. Down in Southern California, Ferrari of Orange County performed a PPI inspection and compression tests all demonstrating the immaculate condition of this extremely well kept Stradale. The last annual service was completed on August 2016 with only 5,095 miles on the odometer. A full front end clear bra was soon installed the following September of that same year. A few months later, in December, our consignee purchased this beautiful, well-balanced, street-legal race car. Lastly, exactly three years from the last belt replacement, the renown Modena Motorsport completed a belt service on March 31, 2017. Both Gustavo, the service manager of Modena Motorsports and our detailer specialist, Tim Scott, could not believe the condition quality that this pristine Stradale is in, mechanically and cosmetically. Please keep in mind that there are other 360 Challenge Stradale's out on the market, however many of them have been abused both on and off the track. This marvelous example is a close as it gets to a true race car, with only a few hundred miles under the hood.or