Ferrari 250GT Spyder California

California Titled 1961 – Clean & Clear Title & Registered till 2015

Build number #01 Modena

Built: By Modena Design & Development, El Cajon CA during the early 80’s a reproduction of the ultra-desirable Ferrari 250GT Spyder California.

Builder: Mark Goyette

Modena follows the original layout fairly well, the front suspension has an upper A-Arm control arm that is connected to a torsion bar, the rear suspension consist of a solid axle with torsion bars, four links for longitundinal location, and a panhard rod for laternal location. The chassis was designed by late Bob Webb, a veteran Indy-car fabricator who worked on Roger Penske cars. This car has Steel-tubing frame and four wheel disc brakes. Car has had three registered owners, and has been untouched since 90’s (driven approx. 50 miles in past few years)- runs & drives . Reportedly, very few exist and this is the number #01 car (I have the original Document from CA DMV issued to Modena Design) – All these factors make the Modena recreations collectible in their own right and unique, if odd part of Ferrari History.

Year: 1961
Exterior Color: Red
Make: Ferrari
Interior Color: Tan
Model: Other
Number of Cylinders: 8
Trim: Cabriolet
Transmission: 5 speed
Engine: v8
Warranty: None
Drive Type: Manual
Vehicle Title: Clear
Mileage: 5,500

Item location: Brea, California, United States


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