Hello, I’m new to the forums, I’m looking at buying a Ferrari 360 or possible a 355. But I have found a 360 where my 2nd house is located down in Florida. Well it’s everything I could ever ask for it’s a 1999 ferrari 360 coupe manual with 42k miles. I asked some questions and asked some similar questions and iknow Some of my Ferrari’s but don’t know a lot about the 360/430 models. I just know it’s the first ever not to have the engine out dreaded services. I look at doing all the work myself as I actually drove my cars and would prefer a higher mileage car, ive also heard if the cars are driven and not sat they are better. And that’s almost any car really but especially your exotics. I currently drive a BMW M4 and do all the work on this car. I daily drive it, I know that the ferrari is not going to be better being it is much much older but I’m looking to daily the car. I would never consider getting one if it was the F1 paddle shift it’s to slow for my taste. I’d prefer to shift manual too as my bmw is DCT trans not manual. The car I’m looking at is priced decent at 75k or best offer but seems cheap for a manual and clear car fax, it has a ugly rear grill and would have to change it but besides that it’s alright the interior looks great, the typical head roof lining Is sagging and major service was completed 3500 miles ago. I plan to put on around 6-8k miles a year on it. How much would it cost to maintain at this expecting nothing will break. Also what is common failures on these cars I’ve always heard the door locks are bad. But I don’t have to do the dreaded engine out service so it may save a penny or two. But I look ya keeping it 1-2 years most likely. I definitely would be getting a PPI on it. How often is services, maintenance etc I would get everything done on time.