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would you buy a silver 348,355, or 360

Hello out there. I'm a newbie and getting excited about my new Ferrari. One of my important decisions in purchasing a Ferrari is the ease of reselling it when I want another one. So I wanted to get a feeler if silver was a color that would be a deterent in anybody's decision for buying a Ferrari.
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post #2 of 13 Old 03-02-2010, 01:21 PM
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not in the slightest. Actually any color that rocks your boat is fine. and as far as resale goes, most associate Red/Tan with Ferrari but many excellent combinations out there.

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It's very simple. You want a silver one, yes? Well, in X years' time, there'll be another one like you wanting to buy a silver one.


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Welcome to Ferrari Life Zelyasi!

Buy and drive whatever makes you happy. Never buy a Ferrari with the next owner in mind. It's your own personal experience. As for silver, that's one of the safe favored colors anyway.

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Agreed. Buy the colour you like.

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A few years back, I owned a 2001 titanium 360 coupe with a black interior.
I loved the color combo. Looks great in the bright sunlight.

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My personal opinion...If your buying a ferrari with the thought of resale as an important variable to the transaction, you are making a mistake. Its about the passion not the money.

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Silver can look very nice.

It was a very popular car for 2000 due to the millenium.

Almost any color Ferrari is nice.

You buy what floats your boat. Forget what others think.
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Silver can look very nice.

It was a very popular car for 2000 due to the millenium.

Almost any color Ferrari is nice.

You buy what floats your boat. Forget what others think.
....whew I saw any color Ferrari looks nice....thank God I saw almost before I started posting: pink, chrome, purple, and gold Ferraris. That could've been a disaster.

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Hello out there. I'm a newbie and getting excited about my new Ferrari. One of my important decisions in purchasing a Ferrari is the ease of reselling it when I want another one. So I wanted to get a feeler if silver was a color that would be a deterent in anybody's decision for buying a Ferrari.
Assuming you like Silver, why not.
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Silver/red is one of the classic combos in my mind. but red/tan for resale value.



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Thanks for all the help

Thanks for all the help everyone. I had a buddy of mine that used to have a 360 tell me that people typically dump silver Ferrari's when they resell, but based on the responses I don't see that.
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Thanks for all the help everyone. I had a buddy of mine that used to have a 360 tell me that people typically dump silver Ferrari's when they resell, but based on the responses I don't see that.
So what? Even if they dump the silver ones, who cares? You're not in it to make money I hope? Enjoy the silver, or whatever other colour, it's the car that counts...

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