2 Questions about 360 purchase.
I'm sure I know the answer to my questions, but I want to make sure I haven't overlooked something. As I begin my quest to purchase my first Ferrari, I've been reading, study everything I can. 3 rules, in no particular order:
1st the car WILL have complete service records. 2nd the seller must allow a ppi. 3rd, a cheap Ferrari could end up being very expensive. 3 rules that seem set in stone and I will follow.
I've spoken with a few different dealers around the country about a few different cars. The cars varied in price from 70k's to 100k's. I was asking the dealer about one car and asked about a compression check, to which he replied a 360 doesn't need a compression check.
My question is shouldn't a person get ANY Ferrari compression checked?
My second question involves clutch life. The dealer said a manual doesn't have to worry about clutch life and can not be checked. My thoughts were never trust the computer clutch
life reading and get an actual measurement anyway because people can reset the computer reading. The question is the clutch life can be checked and should always be a concern?