Enjoy the anticipation, I bought the same car in January after 15 years around the UK F scene. I'd only driven one other of the same model prior, though various other tipos. I'd say don't get hung up on mileage, history is more important as that can't be corrected, low miles will always eventually disappear as an asset. BTW, at c 15,000m you'd be into a clutch pretty soon after most likely so consider a car with maybe a few more and a fresh clutch?
Excellent point about the miles versus service. I'm not basing the purchase on miles alone - I'll be requesting the service history, and will also take the VIN to the Ferrari dealership in Columbus and learn whatever I can about the car PRIOR to negotiating a final deal.
Also, V8TDF, I watched your thread about your new car, and I offer my congratulations. It seems like a strong time for people to be selling because I see lots of buyers for these beautiful cars. Again, congratulations.
PS: The anticipation would be much better if my wife would get on board. The other night we talked about it, she walked out of the bedroom!
Then again, I'm trying to get my 2-year-old daughter excited about Ferrari, so she'll be a great ally. I think the wife will come around. Now when I mention it, she gives me a polite eye-roll. Actually, I'm a bit afraid to mention it, but I'm the King of my castle, and what I decide, I do. I've already lined up some alternate sleeping accomodations, should the wife send me to the dog-house! I'm going for it, hell or high water!