She looks a well cared for example, aRe you thinking about her ownership?
If so, I'd add a 16M or Scud stripes as they really make a yellow 360 pop. A good friend did this on his Yellow 360 Spider and everyone comments how stunning it looks, he had them fitted under a clear bra so they look factory fit!
He also fitted 3 piece modular wheels, a yellow CS rev counter from Hills Engineering, CF Airboxes, a Tubi and a bespoke set of black mats with yellow edging and Cavallino Rampantes...IMO, it's one of the best, if not the best looking 360's I've seen!
I would have added the 360CS or F430 wheels to bulk out the arches though....
A few of the guys saw it on FLED 6, there's a nice photo of it on the homepage here....Supercar Ecosse
Good luck if you decide to go for it
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Thank you for taking the time out to reply to the message... I have driven a few ferraris and been lucky enough to have one at my displosal even though it was not my vehicle.. but I think its time for me to experience ownership.. miles are not a problem because I believe on handing it down to the next generation once I know its going to be in good hands.. but anyways I stumble onto this car and I actually like
It.. plus the price is not bad at all and the 30k maintenance seems to be taking care of..I def am looking into the upgrades you mention.. once again thanks ..
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I agree with Peter, listing is appropriate, appears well cared for with 3 owners, right time for purchase with recent services. Just remember to get a full PPI from a local independent or dealership. That will assure you the gremlins are settled if you're not going to visit the car in person. Remember to ask about 'sticky' - not a worry with StickyNoMore now in business (he is amazing) but to fully de-sticky a 360 it runs about $3k + 5 hrs labor (skip the defrost vents if you want to cut the $). If you can, I highly recommend Ferrari of Tampa Bay just north of the location for the PPI - check out the Pope Enzo in the showroom while you're there!