David Beckham's Ex Ferrari 360 Is Up For Sale

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The ex-soccer star knows how to spec a Ferrari.

David Beckham, a well-known soccer player, and Guy Ritchie's favorite cameo actor, used to own a black Ferrari 360, and it's up for grabs again.

Becks is no stranger to sweet rides; the star athlete has invested in his own car company and is well known for his love of exotic sports vehicles, especially the Italian variety. In 2017, we covered the sale of his Ferrari 360 Spider, and now it's back on the market again.

The sporting legend hasn't always had the best taste in cars, but this machine is one of his better choices. This black Ferrari 360 sold for £95,000 in 2017 ($116,952) and is back on the market and looking for a good home.

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This 360 used to sport the number plate 'D7 DVB' to let passersby know that there was royalty rolling by, and it features the chassis number 125058. Since the last sale, this car has not seen much use; the odometer shows only 7,900 miles, and a cambelt change was done at 6,458 miles back in 2010.

This isn't necessarily a unique Ferrari 360 and features the less desirable F1 automatic transmission. Still, it does come with some tasty extras such as Challenge-style wheels, a Tubi exhaust, and carbon seats.

Spiders in this condition can be picked up for around $75,000 in the United Kingdom, but because of its pedigree, this model is expected to go for approximately $135,500. That's enough money to buy you about a third of a new 296 GTS.

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The Ferrari 360 replaced the excellent Ferrari 355 and was eventually replaced by the Ferrari F430 in 2004. This car was more user-friendly than the F355 it replaced, and only 7,565 Spiders were produced worldwide.

This prancing horse is powered by a 3.6-liter naturally-aspirated V8 engine producing 395 horsepower. Power is sent to the rear wheels via an electrohydraulic-actuated "F1" automated manual transmission, and the 0-60 time is in the mid-4-second range. This might not be the most collectible Ferrari in the world, but with the Beckham name behind it, it sure does carry some pedigree.

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