I left out an important point here, I am a certified car importer and my job is to work as a middleman towards importing cars to Norway. I know that the aftermarket exhausts are probably way better than stock 360 exhaust, but when you ship a car to Norway. #1. The customs will strip the car for all Mods(This is a law and I know that its idiotic, but there is No way around it) and send mods back to Country car was shipped from. #2. Norwegians want their car COMPLETELY STOCK because they want it to stay classic or do stuff to it themselves. Therefore a car like this will drop around $20,000 in value with mods on it believe it or not.
There's a lot of good points written above here, but I'm gonna have to agree the most with Chamagne612.
Of course the right thing would have been to have someone else look over it with the right knowledge, the only problem is that I don't know anyone that owns a Ferrari, and I bought the car out of state so I couldn't bring my own mechanic. As I said earlier I didn't notice the aftermarket exhaust until afterwards when I was cleaning it.
The dealer is being a doucheb** and does not want to take any responsibility seeing how the car was sold "as is", even though he stated that everything in the car was stock.