Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Winter Park, Florida
Ferrari Life Posts: 470
Rarely does one propose purchase of a 50k mile fcar on this site. When one does the responses are with an excellent maintenance history and records it doesn't make a difference. I presume your 35 k example meets this requirement. But when you sell, you will give a deep discount because there are a lot of 360s out there.
On the other hand, the. 2001 is more fully depreciated so the miles will impact less.
For me, I would look for an 03/04 with less miles if I were thinking 3 years ownership. Just my preference. Keeping forever, 35k miles would be fine.
Please don't shop by price point. There is no such thing as a cheap Ferrari.
I have regretted often, but repented never. Is this a good thing? -Enzo Ferrari
2012 California Argento Nurburgring /Nero 2005 F430 Nero 6spd. 2009 Maserati GT-S F1