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Dear Ferrariowners,

I am very interested in buying a Mondial Cabriolet -86 or -87. I think I have a pretty good picture of the price range these cars are in. What I do not know is what to look for and what to avoid when buying one. I have with great interest read some posts on this forum about the reliability of these cars, some say it is good and some have real horrorstories to tell. Who should I believe? Another interesting question is about service, maintenance and spare parts. Do you "have" to have your car serviced and maintained by a Ferrari dealer or is it possible to have it serviced by a garage that have very good credentials in general. I am also very interested in finding out about where to buy spare parts to "reasonable" prices. Can someone give me a clue to if there are any "unauthorized" spare parts dealers in Europe, or do I have to buy from official dealers?

I would be very grateful for helpful advice :D

Kind regards
Per-Ola Nilsson
Sweden
Currently driving a Lotus
 

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:p :p awsome car Make sure its been driven,,get as many recipts as possible,,if belts have not been changed in last 5 years DO IT,I would never go to the dealer with a older Ferrari, when there are maney great tecs out there ,,Join the local Ferrari club and they will help with all you would want to know .Mine is a 88 paid around 30 for it all recolds spent about 3,000 on precauationary work Thing runs like a bat out of hell,Ceck out my garage section ,,Good hunting,Mick :eek:ha:
 
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