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Pick of the Day: 2003 Ferrari 360 Modena

Half-off its original retail price


If you wanted to buy a 2003 Ferrari 360 Modena new off the showroom floor, it would have set you back $154,090 – or the equivalent of $259,881 in 2024 dollars. The good news is you can still “look” like you are driving a quarter-million dollars today, yet it’ll only cost you $85,000. Check this sweet ride out:

The Pick of the Day is a 2003 Ferrari 360 Modena listed for sale on by a seller in Portland, Oregon. (Click the link to view the listing)

“The car is owned by a meticulous Ferrari collector who services all his Ferraris at Ron Tonkin Gran Turismo in Wilsonville, Oregon,” the listing begins. “This 35k-mile car just completed its full belt service. Comes with records and ownership history. This car is in exceptional condition.”

The two-seat, mid-engined Ferrari 360 model first went into production for the year 2000 with final assembly taking place in Maranello, Italy. The car was a replacement for the outgoing F355, and it boasted a lighter, yet stiffer, chassis. The “Modena” was the first model of the 360, and its name was drawn from the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari. There was no mistaking the style and sexiness of the body design – its all-aluminum panels were contoured for optimal air flow.

Most importantly, the car was engineered for speed. Power came from a mid-mounted 3.6-liter V8 mated to a six-speed “F1-style” automated manual transmission with paddle shifters. This setup was good for 400 horsepower and 275 lb-ft of torque. Thanks to a balanced chassis and slick aerodynamics, the car could reportedly reach a top speed of over 180 miles per hour. Fittingly, the engine was showcased with a glass window, so everyone could admire the heart of the machine – at least while it was sitting still. The listing says that this car’s maintenance is up to date, and the fluids were refreshed this year.

There is something truly captivating about the Italian supercars of two decades ago. This was an era when the driving experience could still feel “raw” and analog, but the technology, safety, and design were as advanced as any other vehicle on the road at that time.

“This is a wonderful example of a Ferrari 360 Modena,” the listing concludes. “Perfect car for cruising or taking to car shows. A no-excuses car that is both mechanically and cosmetically excellent and a joy to drive.”

The asking price is $85,000. Here’s one way to look at it: that’s a 45% discount off what it cost new!

To view this listing on, motor on over to Pick of the Day.

Tyson Hugie
Tyson Hugie
Tyson Hugie is a Phoenix-based automotive enthusiast who has been writing for The Journal since 2016. His favorite automotive niche is 1980s and 1990s Japanese cars, and he is a self-diagnosed “Acura addict” since he owns a collection of Honda and Acura cars from that era. Tyson can usually be found on weekends tinkering on restoration projects, attending car shows, or enjoying the open road. He publishes videos each week to his YouTube channel and is also a contributing author to Arizona Driver Magazine,, NSX Driver Magazine, and other automotive publications. His pride and joy is a 1994 Acura Legend LS coupe with nearly 600,000 miles on the odometer, but he loves anything on four wheels and would someday like to own a 1950 Buick Special like his late grandfather’s.


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