Thank you for the insight, guys. Do you recommend doing the PPI at a dealership or independent mechanic? Sounds like a great deal.
The PPI depends on the resources available to you. I had my PPI done at a dealer, but later wished I had done it at my independent mechanic because he's better.
If you have access to a GOOD, highly recommended, reputable independent mechanic with the right computers for the Ferrari, go with the independent.
Also, with regard specifically to this car, I'm not exactly sure of the color (would venture to guess it's Rosso), but that car is gonna be hard to sell. If you buy it, you're going to have a tough time selling it. Are you willing to put in the money (which might be quite a lot) to get it into a "sellable" condition? That means, largely, making it as close to OEM spec and appearance as is financially possible? also, I realize 33,000 miles on a 9 year old car doesn't seem like a lot, but that car is "high mileage" for a Ferrari. FWIW, my 2001 360 Spider has >21,000 miles on it, and I'm proud.
Also, with those miles, do you know if the car has any history as a "rental" vehicle? Do you know the condition of the brakes? Ceramic brakes are horrifyingly expensive to replace. I'm just worried about this car because there could be a great deal of "hidden" consequence here, and also I believe it will be tough to re-sell. That just means you're gonna lose more money.
PS: Remember the immortal advice of EVERY Ferrari purchase: if you can't afford a good one, you sure as hell can't afford a bad one.