I'd agree with Champagne612 about the ccm brakes, for me they're a must have as there's no brake dust & I think they fit the wheels better too. ive always found they perform faultlessly, but you need to make sure they are warmed up before you start to use them or they won't initially work and that'll give you a nasty surprise. A friend who did some testing with Ferrari on these brakes still thinks steels are better, but, a car with steels should be circa $5-10k less as most want the ccm's so a car without will limit resale.
CCM's should last circa 80-100k miles depending on how the cars been driven, so get the Dealer to confirm the Brake and Clutch Wear and post these up so we can advise you if it's normal for a near 10k F430.
I wholeheartedly also agree with JazzyO, you MUST, MUST, MUST have an independent PPI carried out, irrespective if you're buying from a main Ferrari Dealer or not and whether this one is advised a good Dealer, I can tell you from personal experience that bad cars slip do through the approved used certified net and are offered up for sale!
Finally, there were a raft of upgrades from the 2008 model that Taz recently listed, so I'd recommend you look at 2008 or 2009 as they were much improved. Before you ask me what the modifications were, see the 430 buying guide that's posted as a sticky.
Good luck with your purchase, enjoy her fully as they're amazing cars
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