The most unlikely of Ferraris, a 360 Modena turned into a limousine, failed to find a buyer when it was put up for sale.
Converted last year for quite a healthy sum, the 2003 ex-supercar, which is said to have 31,801 miles (51,179km) on the clock, didn’t meet its $95,000 reserve.
And that’s despite trying to lure bidders by combining the performance of a 360 with “the comfort and luxury you can expect from a stretched limousine”, according to the ad posted on eBay.
Offering seating for up to seven passengers inside its elongated body, this Ferrari limo, which is said to be one of the rarest in the world and “the only one in America”, features a few interesting gizmos that should keep the party going.
These include the suicide doors, retractable sunroofs, flat-screen TVs, party lights, privacy windows, new sound system and plenty of leather trim.
More importantly, it is still powered by its original 3.6-liter V8 engine, which produces 394hp (400PS) and 275lb-ft (373Nm) and works together with an automated manual transmission.
The stock supercar needed only 4.5sec to go from 0 to 62mph (0-100km/h) and could reach a claimed top speed of 183mph (295km/h). However, this stretched limo version won’t go anywhere near those numbers, given the extra weight – but that’s not the point.
The market value of a Ferrari 360 is around $50,000-$60,000, but properly maintained examples with low mileage still fetch about $100,000.