Luxury dealer group H.R. Owen is looking to sell a low-mileage 2004 Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale boasting a Rosso Scuderia paintwork, Nero Alcantara interior and 26,500 miles (42,647 km) on the clock.
The latter is low for a normal vehicle, but high for a Ferrari, and in all likelihood has something to do with the 139,950 ($190,252) price – along with the fact that it’s left-hand drive. The one-owner supercar is also one of just 116 units imported to the UK. To recap, the Challenge Stradale is based on the 360 Modena, but with 425 PS (420 HP) coming from its naturally aspirated V8.
Other upgrades include a race-inspired suspension, unique alloys, carbon fiber brakes, carbon fiber seats, free-flow air filters and a louder exhaust system. As for the gearbox, it’s an F1 automated manual with titanium shift paddles.
“H.R. Owen prides itself on offering the very best cars on the market, even so to have a car as unique and sought after as this 360 Challenge Stradale is a real honour. Just looking at the car you get an insight into the track-inspired performance on offer. The raw nature of the drive makes this a truly iconic Ferrari, and one that will be perfect in any Ferrari enthusiast’s garage,” stated the dealer’s Ferrari brand director, James Champion.
Because it weighs 110 kg (242 lbs) less than the regular 360 Modena, the Challenge Stradale is exceptional on the race track. Its 425 PS and 373 Nm (275 lb-ft) of torque help too, obviously. Zero to 60 mph (96 km/h) takes roughly 4 seconds, while top speed is 176 mph (283 km/h).