Join Date: May 2010
Ferrari Life Posts: 3,317
The dash shows usual signs of shrinkage, especially around the passenger airbag and driver seat. The AC control panel is also warped, as is typical.
While a relatively low-mile example, at almost 17K miles, it is not considered a low-mileage car by the <10K Ferrari standard.
Even for a 2002 model, $80K for a 456 is outrageous. I'd say $15-20K over market for a car that is at the bottom of its depreciation curve and probably getting harder to sell each day.
I agree with Doug, either the owner wants the free storage consignment allows, or he doesn't really want to sell it.
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