You wait ages for a bus and then two come along at once.
We were only saying the other day that it’s not often you see celebrity-owned cars for sale.
First registered on 31 July 2001, this Ferrari 360 Spider was owned by the soccer icon in the closing stages of his Manchester United career.
Basically, before he signed for Real Madrid in July 2003, and became part of the ‘Galáticos’ squad that also included Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo and Roberto Carlos.
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You’d often see David Beckham photographed with the Nero Spider, on which he used the personalized registration number ‘D7 DVB’.
Specified with the paddle-shift F1 gearbox, it also features forged lightweight BBS Challenge alloys, carbon fiber seats, privacy glass, the Challenge rear grille, and a Tubi sports exhaust system.
Chassis number 125058 has since been re-registered ‘Y795 AOO’ and has covered only 7,900 miles (12,713 km) from new.
Extensive service history
It has extensive service history with marque specialists, the first stamp in its service book being from 17 March 2004, when it had a cambelt service at Graypaul Sheffield (UK).
The Ferrari was then entrusted to Graypaul Nottingham (UK) in April 2005 and June 2006, then again in December 2007, when it had another cambelt service at only 5,912 miles (9,514 km).
The camblets were done again at 6,458 miles (10,393 km), this time by Paul Cummings Specialist Cars in Durham (UK) in December 2010.
More recently, the Ferrari 360 Spider has been looked after by JCT600, an official Ferrari dealer in Leeds (UK), which carried out a cambelt service in 2016.
Looking stunning in its original color scheme of Nero with Sabbia leather interior, no expense has been spared and it’s clearly been well maintained, having had multiple cambelt services.
Ferrari 360 Spider price
The low-mileage Ferrari 360 Spider is being offered for sale at The Classic Motor Hub with a full set of original books in their leather wallet for £110,000 ($135,500).