I, too, would like to see some pictures. But the picture you posted shows the VIN tag on the driver's side door jamb. The area surrounding the VIN tag appears to be painted Grigio Silverstone. However my database shows that this car, which was for sale in February, 2009, at Ferrari Beverly Hills, was then-advertised as red with black interior, large racing seats, red stitching, red tachometer, shields, red calipers, carbon ceramic brakes, 9,631 miles, and the asking price at the time was $150,000.
So was the car repainted? Inquiring minds want to know. Why does the current owner want to sell the car quickly? Is the asking price indicative of a fire sale? Does the seller include any information about the window sticker, luggage (if applicable), books, tools, service records, keys and key fobs, car cover, etc.?
Also, a clean CarFax report is just a reason to continue pursuing a car. It is in no way a substitute for a pre-purchase inspection - and a clean CarFax report should just be encouragement to get a PPI so that you can confirm that the report is accurate. I know of plenty of damaged Ferraris that come with clean-as-a-whistle CarFax reports.
Please keep us posted as I'm now very intrigued by this car.
I need an Aventador!