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Very nice looking 360...kinda weary about the price though. It seems really low for a 360...but good luck:)

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Berlinetta, standard 6-speed, aftermarket wheels, 20k miles and an interior colour that one doesn't see very often in a Ferrari. Might make it a bit hard to find a buyer if you ever tire of it, but then that also lets you buy it at a low price now.
 

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True true. Only half of the pictures uploaded the first time I went to the link. I didn't see the interior. The blue does look nice though. The rims IMHO look better than the originals. You save money without the originals and these look better:) also the Tubi is a plus for me and a minus for the price, so it does make sense about the price being lower. After looking around at sites the prices seem to go between 90k to 110k USD so that car is right in the ballpark :D Are you having a PPI done? I hope it went well!

Oddball welcome to Ferrarilife!
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Too low for me, here in Brazil an equivalent 360 costs about US$ 250K

taxes, taxes, freaking taxes!
Wow...that is absolutely outrageous..:( Thats what a low mileage F430 coupe costs here...

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Wow...that is absolutely outrageous..:( Thats what a low mileage F430 coupe costs here...

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a low mileage F430 coupé here is around US$ 600K, much worse! hehehehe

and an early F355 goes for about US$ 140K
 

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a low mileage F430 coupé here is around US$ 600K, much worse! hehehehe

and an early F355 goes for about US$ 140K
The F40 is around $600k-$650 in the US. The F355 is anywhere between $70k-$110k

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the only F40 that is in Brazil is worth about US$ 1,4 million

yeah, more than an Enzo in the US, I know :(
 

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the only F40 that is in Brazil is worth about US$ 1,4 million

yeah, more than an Enzo in the US, I know :(
Actually that is the current average price for the Enzo in the US. It is between $1.3-$1.5 million.

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Actually that is the current average price for the Enzo in the US. It is between $1.3-$1.5 million.

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you're right, inflation raised the prices

we don't have any Enzos here, so I can't tell how much one would cost here
 

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you're right, inflation raised the prices

we don't have any Enzos here, so I can't tell how much one would cost here
I would be scared to know the price:confused:

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picked it up

Does in fact have some paint work on the front right fender, and oddly the right rear fender but NOT the right door. Almost like it was a VERY minor scratch. No other paint work (as tested per the paint thickness gauge) anywhere else. The paint work is on par with the best I've ever seen.

I'll post up my initial impressions of the 600 mile drive to get her home.

It is amazing. I've always loved looking at them, and driving one is just an absolute dream. Very similar to the 95 NSX, oddly.
 

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Does in fact have some paint work on the front right fender, and oddly the right rear fender but NOT the right door. Almost like it was a VERY minor scratch. No other paint work (as tested per the paint thickness gauge) anywhere else. The paint work is on par with the best I've ever seen.

I'll post up my initial impressions of the 600 mile drive to get her home.

It is amazing. I've always loved looking at them, and driving one is just an absolute dream. Very similar to the 95 NSX, oddly.
Congratulations. Beautiful looking 360. With the exception of the wheels and interior color I think it is near identical to mine (NART Blue, 6 speed manual, wing shields, tubi, challenge grill). Personally I think the combination of challenge grill and darker blue body work suits the 360 lines well. Have fun.
 

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I am putting together a trip report- LA to SF- all the way up PCH. Why does everybody want to race me? Minivans, monster trucks, Civics. I've been driving an E60 M5 for two years and I've never had this many people wanna tussle.

Here are some pics of the car. I know it's sacrilegious but I just looooove the blue. It's understated, and unique. I don't need any more flash. :)
 

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I am putting together a trip report- LA to SF- all the way up PCH. Why does everybody want to race me? Minivans, monster trucks, Civics. I've been driving an E60 M5 for two years and I've never had this many people wanna tussle.

Here are some pics of the car. I know it's sacrilegious but I just looooove the blue. It's understated, and unique. I don't need any more flash. :)
Here are a few of its twin:

http://www.ferrarilife.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7504

P.S. Ignore the tusslers. Just drive and enjoy.
 

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Does in fact have some paint work on the front right fender, and oddly the right rear fender but NOT the right door. Almost like it was a VERY minor scratch. No other paint work (as tested per the paint thickness gauge) anywhere else. The paint work is on par with the best I've ever seen.

I'll post up my initial impressions of the 600 mile drive to get her home.

It is amazing. I've always loved looking at them, and driving one is just an absolute dream. Very similar to the 95 NSX, oddly.
Can't wait to hear the experience! Congratulations!

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