Join Date: May 2010
Ferrari Life Posts: 3,335
Welcome to the site MB,
With so many low-mileage examples on the market, there's no compelling reason to buy a high-milage one. The money you save on the purchase price would simply be applied to the maintenance and repair bill.
During your search, tie a string around your finger, write a note on your palm, post a stiky note on your PC, however you want to remember it, but know that there are no "cheap" Ferrari's. If there were, everyone would have one.
Your first search action should be to read the Buyer's Guide contained here, and read Sheehan's columns on his web site. While no one can be 100% accurate, he pretty much nails it with his analysis of the 360.
The other valuable piece of advice I got from several members here when I started my search was that, if a $10K price difference (about the spread between high and low-milage cars) was the barrier to entry, then I probably couldn't afford one in the first place.
Good luck on the search and again, welcome.