There is a lot of info here, I called fabsteel their manifold is $3,000 and it does not need the first set of cats. the tech there told me that all exhaust man. will go bad in time his estimate was 25K miles.
The car with 17K miles does have sticky controls, I did not realize it was that common. He had a source to fix that it sounds like I should take him up on it.
I am sure it had engine out service, it just was not done in the last 18 months, we worked out a deal where Black Horse in the LA area will do the work, I will cover $3,000 of it.
jgriffja, your service had a lot of work listed, could you let me know how many miles your car had on it please? I thought if I had the PPI and provided it looked good then the engine out for belt service I would be in good shape. Please tell me this work you list was over a period of years!
My car has had about $28k spent on it in less than a year!
The first two things on this list were done by the dealer I bought it from before I purchased it. The work they did was over priced. My shop would have done it cheaper. The previous owner had a Nouvolari muffler installed right before he sold it also. The only major thing I have left to do is headers. The shop says mine are fine for now.
$8,500.00 Throw out bearing replaced, F1 instrument cluster replaced,oil and filter changed, air filters changed, rear main seal replaced, clutch kit installed, 4 wheel alignment, F1 Sensor replaced
$2,500.00 - Interior leather work
$9,613.55 - New Fabspeed primary catalytic converters installed, full engine out service, RH CV Boot Replaced, plus various other items
$1,059.46 - Center Console sent out for refinish + replacement of recirc button. Cost includes UPS shipping.
$200.00 - Extreme detaing including leather cleaning and conditioning
$118.44 - New floor mats
$993.14 - Annual service + diagnoses of CEL caused by bad temperature switch, replaced radiator thermo switch
$220.41 - Door triangles sent out for refinishing $190 + shipping
$708.25 - New Tires
Estimated $4500 - Install new F1 pump, install tires, replace thermostat and check cooling system. The car is in the shop for this right now. I'm guessing on the final cost.
The car is really starting to look like new now. I don't think I've seen another 355 in the shop with seats that look as good as mine. Having it professionaly detailed really made a difference.