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I was just reading the article on the Super Enzo or Enzo LM and saw that the production numbers for the 360 so far are over 15,000.

Will this mean that in a few years time, we will be able to pick up 360s at a much better price because there will be so many of them going around?


I dont think any other car that Ferrari has made has even graced anywhere near 15,000 units - i may be wrong however!


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Andrew,

You are correct. The car will begin to drop and you are correct in no Ferrari has ever had so many made. The F355 is second to the 360. I would be surprised to see the F430 also have a larger number of production than the 360.
 

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I think the F430 will go through the roof in sales. It looks like an absolutely fantastic machine. I can see a lot of 360 owners buying the F430 and perhaps onselling their 360s which will flood the market.

Maybe Ferrari will have to increase their production capabilities and staffing again to meet the demands of the future.
 

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Yes, the F430 is selling like a madman and it wouldn't suprise if the salesfigures will break those of the 360. If Ferrari keeps winning F1 races that is. I think that is a big issue.
 

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Yes, the F430 is selling like a madman and it wouldn't suprise if the salesfigures will break those of the 360. If Ferrari keeps winning F1 races that is. I think that is a big issue.
Early indication in my part fot he world is the 430 orders have outstripped the 360 orders for the first year already. Used to be we can get a Ferrari in 6 to 9 months but the 430 que is now 1.5 years. It has never happened before!!! :eek:
 

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That's something I'm worried about... In May or June I will buy a Ferrari but I still don't know which one : 360 Modena or 550 Maranello... The Maranello value won't decrease a lot more because it's already pretty low, but in 2006 360 Modena value could be 20 % less than today ! Is that correct ?

I know 360 is funnier to drive, but I don't want to lose too much money !
So, I really don't know what to do...
 

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360 and 550 are 2 total different cars. Have you driven both cars to see how they handle and compare to each other? The 550 is more a GT car, the 360 a sportscar
 

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360 and 550 are 2 total different cars. Have you driven both cars to see how they handle and compare to each other? The 550 is more a GT car, the 360 a sportscar
I have only tried the 360. Now I would like to try a 550 with the "Fiorano kit" (if it exists).

Total production of the 360 is not 15.000. It's over 17.000... (according to Amedeo Felisa, Ferrari manager).
 

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Yes that does exist, also the 575 has that option. The 575 also has an option for the GTC package. That has larger (carbon) brakes and some other features
 

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Dr. Bob said:
360 and 550 are 2 total different cars. Have you driven both cars to see how they handle and compare to each other? The 550 is more a GT car, the 360 a sportscar
I have only tried the 360. Now I would like to try a 550 with the "Fiorano kit" (if it exists).

Total production of the 360 is not 15.000. It's over 17.000...
Read the first post. He said over 15,000.
I'd get the 550, just giving my opinion.
 

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backindauk said:
I was just reading the article on the Super Enzo or Enzo LM and saw that the production numbers for the 360 so far are over 15,000.

Will this mean that in a few years time, we will be able to pick up 360s at a much better price because there will be so many of them going around?


I dont think any other car that Ferrari has made has even graced anywhere near 15,000 units - i may be wrong however!


Andrew
YeeeeHaaaaa!!!!! :lol: This now means that the production numbers on My Toyota MR2 Turbo (US Model) are less than the 360!


And yes, you'll now start to see Ferrari Market price Mirror Porsche Market price. Take a look at what a fantastic 928S4 runs for these days. Or a mid 80s 930. These Ferrari models, although fantastic sports cars, won't be the "investment" the older models are.
 

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Just doing a bit of research, there are so many 360s for sale at the moment.

There is two (one Spider F1 [2004] and One Modena F1 [1999]) at a prestige dealership up the road alone.
423,000 (1,500km) and 245,000 (45,000km) respectively.

So im guessing with a few more kilometres and once the F430s start coming over, the price of the 360 will go sub 300,000 for one with less than 5,000 km on the clock (very common here)
and most likely below 200,000 for an older model with more than 10,000 on the clock.


Most cars here are already around 300,000 regardless of what the specs are.


This will probably mean that other Ferraris will also depreciate as the second hand 360s become more affordable to everyone.
 

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You may see a few Modenas dipping below 100k and the Spyder will remain over 100k for quite some time I believe. 17000+ may seem like a lot but is nothing in comparison to high end amercan muscle. A good 355 is still upwards of high 80s and up. They will drop proportionally with the 360, but I believe it will take a few more years for it to happen.
 
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