Hi all, I just realized I never updated this thread. Last December I was able to go to Rossocorsa and see the 365. The car was in good conditions, with a few minor issues concerning the paint, which looked a little 'spent'. The young son of the dealer, Edoardo Schoen, was so kind to bring myself and a friend accompanying me, for a quick ride on the Milano's tangenziale. He was driving, so I can't comment on the feeling on the steering wheel, but on the front passenger seat I got the impression the engine was running well, but the car seemed a little 'heavy', even on a stright line. Rear suspensions seemed to work fine too, considering all of the three passengers were in the range of the 90+ Kgs each!
Back in Rossocorsa office, we also got a free tour of the site, which is quite big and spectacular, being located in an ex-paper mill. Along with brand new Ferraris and Maseratis, there were vintage cars (like a couple of Maserati 3500 GTs waiting for restoration) and theSchoen family Ferrari collection, which includes several rare models, some of them once owned by Gianni Agnelli.
I inspected the 365 papers, including the Ferrari Classiche certification. Everything was fine, but I wasn't 100% convinced and wanted to go to see another couple of 365s, then on sale in Italy. I was confident that the Rossocorsa 365 was not going to be sold any soon, because it was already on sale by several months then. Unfortunately, as soon I realized, it was the best of the lot, it was too late: sold !
I started to look for another a few weeks ago and I noticed that: 1. the price of the 365 2+2 went up (from 80-90k Euro 6 months ago to 110-130k of today !), and 2. nearly all the 365 2+2 on sale in Italy in the last couple of months have been sold one after the other. I don'tt know if #1 is a consequence of #2 or why this model is suddenly so sought after here in Italy, but it is now impossible to find a 365 under 100k Euro.