Wow - there's some misinformation in this thread.
Okay, so first, when I was at the 2004 Ferrari French Quarter Classic, I saw a silver/black 360 Spider, s/n 119754 - unfortunately, there's a red/black RHD 360 Modena that's rumored to have the same serial number.
Then I have a 360 Modena, 121622, that was described as a Spider - kind of an off mistake to make - but it's got a Modena VIN, so I keep it listed as a Modena. It also has a salvage title, in case you ever consider buying it.
And so that brings us to 121935, a US-spec car whose VIN was posted directly above this post, and there's nothing wrong with the VIN. Whoever told anyone that the check digit on a US Ferrari can't be a letter, and can only be between one and nine is wrong. Very wrong. Check digits can be zero through nine, or an X. Seeing as I have more VINs in my database than anyone else, I think I know the subject a little bit. No dispute here, this is the earliest-known North American 360 Spider. Then there's 122012 - which, coincidentally, has a zero for a check digit. Then there's 122015 - and that has a six for the check digit, so, no problems there, right? Then there's 122017 - another X check digit - liveried in Azzurro with Cuoio interior. Then there's 122021 - it has a one as a check digit (I can't believe we're even having this conversation). Then there's 122121, 122377, 122382, 122384, 122386, 122388, and the earliest Canadian 360 Spider I have is 122905.
I need an Aventador!