David Beckham’s once beloved Ferrari 360 Spider is for sale.
Ferrari fans and Beckham lovers alike can find the car on PistonHeads, the U.K.’s leading premium automotive marketplace1 to research, buy, and sell performance and collectible cars.
An average Spider currently costs around £60,000, however, given the famous former owner and good condition of the vehicle, this is on the market for £110,000.
The Ferrari 360 Spider was owned by Beckham 20 years ago, arguably when he was at the peak of his powers.
Beckham owned the car in the early 2000s – around the time of his iconic free kick against Greece, coinciding with Manchester United winning the 2002-03 Premier League title, and the global icon being awarded an OBE in June 2003.
He then made his big-money move from Manchester United to Real Madrid where he cost the Galácticos approximately £25 million – the equivalent to 227 of his Ferrari 360 Spiders.
Having once been on his ‘D7 DVB’ private reg, Beckham’s Ferrari is now back on an age appropriate Y registration. Chassis number 125058 has seemingly been doted on its entire life, accruing a mere 7,900 miles since 2001.
Regardless of its ownership history, this 360 Spider looks one of the finest examples out there, boasting Challenge-style wheels, a Tubi exhaust and carbon seats, an expensive option when new.
Matt Bird, Deputy Editor or PistonHeads, said: “The condition, the mileage, and an A-list history makes this one of the more special 360s out there.
“Even those not so interested in the football link, and simply after one of the best Modenas out there, would struggle to do much better. And for those that are, what a story you’ll have to tell when someone asks about your Ferrari.”
PistonHeads was acquired in 2019 by CarGurus, a multi-national online automotive marketplace founded by the co-founder of TripAdvisor. PistonHeads continues to operate as an independent brand, maintaining the site’s popular forums and editorial content, while applying CarGurus’ technology to enhance the purchase and sale experience for U.K. drivers.
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