It is a 2001 Ferrari 360 Spider, purchased before the transfer to Real Madrid and in excellent condition.
David Beckham's Ferrari is for sale and if by chance you would like to buy it, be prepared to spend 110,000 pounds, an all in all reasonable amount considering the object we are talking about. In fact, it is a 360 Spider that was registered on July 31, 2001 and was used by the English champion in the final stages of his career with Manchester United, before he signed for Real Madrid in July 2003 and joined the Galácticos team that in those years included true soccer legends such as Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo and Roberto Carlos.
What Beckham's Ferrari looks like
David Beckham's Ferrari is black in color and had a personalized D7 DVB license plate, which was later removed by the next owner. The current license plate is Y795 AOO and the 360 Spider has covered only 7,900 miles, or about 12,700 km. Its technical specifications include an F1 robotics gearbox, BBS light alloy wheels, carbon fiber shell seats with sand-colored leather upholstery, tinted windows, a Challenge rear grille and a Tubi sports exhaust system. All the coupons the 360 Spider has undergone have been carried out by Ferrari specialists and are documented, starting with the first one dated March 17, 2004.
How to get Beckham's Ferrari
More recently, the 360 Spider has been cared for by JCT600, an official Ferrari dealer in Leeds, which performed a full service in 2016. In short, the car is in virtually perfect condition, including the complete set of original documents with their leather case, and is for sale at The Classic Motor Hub. The 360 Spider, at any rate, was a very successful model and replaced the 355, which in turn was well received in markets around the world. Compared to the latter, it had a new chassis made entirely of aluminum, and the same alloy was also used for the bodywork, as well as for various engine, transmission and suspension components. The styling is by Pininfarina, and although there are no longer the legendary pop-up headlights, the front end is still very handsome.
The mid-rear mounted V8 has grown to 3.6 liters, for a power output of 395 hp delivered at an incredible 8,500 rpm. Thus, to go from 0 to 100 km/h the 360 Spider takes only 4 seconds, while the top speed reaches 290 km/h. Numbers aside, this car remains one of the last analogue Ferraris to leave the gates of Maranello, before electronics completely took over performance control. That alone would be a good reason to buy it.