Like Irvin, I would exercise extreme caution. Someone, out there, will win the lottery. We know this. We also know it is not likely to be us. You should view this buy the same way. It is very unlikely that this car will really be a good buy - if it was then the owner wouldn't sell it for such a low price because he could just drive it to any specialist and get a better price. The problem for him is that specialists know the cars so they won't give him more than it is worth.
I know for a FACT that cars drive around in Holland and Belgium that have been COMPLETELY written off by insurance after a crash. They have been pulled "straight" and made neat and for unexperienced buyers they can look like a great buy, but in fact they are terrible!
I am not saying this car is one of those. But what I AM
saying is that it is much more likely that it is such a car than that it is a really good car with a desparate owner.
Seriously, Johan, I would run, run, run from a deal like this. My experience with Ferraris is that buying cheap means buying very, very dear indeed.
Don't forget, even if the chassis is fine and the car has never been crashed, then issues with the gearbox or engine could easily cost you €20k. And then you might as well have bought the very very best on the market with full service history and warranty from the dealer.
Best of luck, I hope you find one that will make you happy.
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