September 24, 2014 by W.E. Ning
A super speedy Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale supercar, Spotted in China on the Beijing Tuning Street, looking absolutely evil in black. White racing stripe with the colors of the Italian flag goes over the whole car. The Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale was the most extreme hardcore variant of the Ferrari 360, which was not exactly a slow car in any way.
September 23, 2013 by W.E. Ning
A speedy Ferrari 360, seen in Haidian District in Beijing. The fine car was wrapped in a rather special gold & red gold wrap, extending neatly over the mirrors and bumpers. Peas in the pie are the alloys, brilliantly blue with a white rim, completely out of contrast with the body work but somehow it all works out very well. Great car!
The Ferrari 360 was made from 1999 until 2005, powered by a screaming 400hp 3.6 liter V8. It was never officially exported to China and thus very rare, we only have a small collection: Novitec, yellow Spider, with wheel clamp, and very dirty.
October 15, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter
A very rare Ferrari 360 Novitec Rosso, seen by reader Josh F. in the great city of Shenzhen in Guangdong Province. Novitec Rosso is a German tuner specialized in Ferrari, the 360 was the first cars they improved. It came with a body kit, 19 inch wheels, trendy stickers, upgraded suspension and much more horsepower!
August 8, 2012 by W.E. Ning
Reader JW-S was just quick enough to snap a snot of this fantastic yellow Ferrari F360 Spider with extra-large tires and racy alloys. Note front-wheel, it’s almost to big for the wheel arch! The F360 was made from 1995 until 2005, powered by a 400hp 3.6 liter V8. The Ferrari F360 is a very rare thing to China but when they come they strangely come all in yellow…
August 3, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter
A traffic policeman in the great city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province didn’t have his day when he discovered that his China-made wheel clamp was too small for a Ferrari 360 monstrous rear tire. The 360 was illegally parked and didn’t have license plates. Enough reason to ground it!, but it didn’t work. Wheel clamps were unheard of in China until a few years ago, now they are suddenly all over the place including here in Beijing. Horrible indeed, but sometimes the cars fight back.
July 12, 2012 by W.E. Ning
On pic a very dirty Ferrari 360 climbing the Sichuan-Tibet highway in bad weather. The Sichuan-Tibet is one of the most dangerous highways in the world, going over mountain passes up to 5000 meters high. Land slides and avalanches are common and many loose their life each year in accidents. It takes brave men to travel this road, and even braver men to do it in a rear-wheel drive Ferrari sportsmachine. Carry on… Via: Qichelian.