The 360 Modena’s glory days might have passed a long time ago, being eclipsed now by its state-of-the-art successors, but it’s still drawing tuners’ attention.
It’s been eleven years since the last 36 left the Maranello factory, and it comes from a time when Ferrari hadn’t gone all digital, which means it’s still able to give cavallino rampantes lovers the joy of a manual transmission.
Liberty Walk is offering a body kit transforms the seemingly old Ferrari into something that resemblances a race-car. As usual, the tuner’s fiber/FRP body kits will consist of a front lip, side skirts and a rear diffuser, as well as wide fenders and a big rear wing.
Teased through Miura-san’s graphic interface used to virtually modify vehicles, the package comes together to from the look of a Ferrari F360 GT/N-GT Michelotto.
Mechanical wise, the engine is probably left untouched. The 400 HP developed by the 3.6-litre V8 might not compete with modern supercars, yet the performance it offers (0-100 km/h in 4.3 seconds, for example) is not to be sniffed at.
Anyhow, the ones interested in something newer can opt for the F430 tweaks and check their prices in the latest Livery Walk catalog that follows.