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Hi, I hoping to buy a 360 spider this summer (red cream leather) in the UK from main dealer. I'm not rich but can afford the finance and hopefully all the running costs. I think I might buy a Ferrari power warantee to cover myself. I have owned a couple of high proformance cars in the past. One the best a 300zx twin turbo. I was used to the running costs so I hope the ferrari won't be two much more. I don't really care - you can spend a lot more money on things you won't enjoy as much. Hoping to buy a 2003-2004, got insurance quote no prob. Whats the worst that can go wrong? Also manual v's F1
 

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Hoping to buy a 2003-2004, got insurance quote no prob. Whats the worst that can go wrong? Also manual v's F1
On F1 vs manual, really depends on how you intend to use the car. Track days, definitely the F1. If you will need to navigate towns and traffic, the manual box is the better option. Stop and go traffic takes a high toll on the F1's clutch.
 
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