welcome as I said in the other thread, but this is NOT something to enter lightly.
SCAM, SCAM, SCAM
1. Download the owner's manuals, and workbooks and get to know the car.
2. if you both are serious about this barn find, I can tell you you'll put many times that into a Dino at that price which sell between $150,000-250,000
on an average mark. SOUNDS LIKE A SCAM
3. There are NO bargains in Ferrari
. What you suggest is a quick way to throw away thousands.
not trying to steer you away from that dream, but first look to PHYSICALLY see the car.
DO NOT BRING any money to the event.
DO NOT RESPOND with any valid bank account, phone number or your real address
BRING plenty of friends, BIG, OLDER, friends to the event.
LOOK TO SEE THE PINK SLIP
ASK for the VIN number up front to see if stolen or valid.
I'll almost guarantee this Ferrari either belongs to someone valid and is known via the VIN or
SCAM which we see all the time and like I said above in RED SCAM