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Does anyone know anything about Mulliner RR & Ferrari specialist in Chester?

They have had a 328 on E/bay & Autotrader for several months, anyone know the car, Reg no is 328 XMN (I think)
 

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Made some enquiries on that one the other day Arch...

Sir,

Thank you for your email regarding one of our Ferrari motorcars, please find the answers to your questions below.

1, the vehicle has had 4 owners, we have supplied it to the last two the last about 8 years ago who is a FOC member.

2, We are not aware of any body damage and or repair, the vehicle is also clear on the HPI registers.

3, We are not aware of any corrosion on the vehicle.

4, The service history is from new and up to date with a fully stamped original Ferrari service book and portfolio of invoices previous, mot certificates and hand books etc.

5, The mileage is 84k

Kind Regards

Mulliner
The Rolls Royce Bentley & Ferrari Specialists
They also have an F355 GTB in Black up for sale.



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Are you going for it then T1f? it's probably the only yellow 328 in the UK, shame it's not an ABS model, but I don't suppose it really makes that much difference anyway.
 

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I don't think so Arch, I might go and take a look as it is not very far. I do want ABS and an aerofoil and then I am going to get Al to repaint it for me (Black or Yellow :) ) - why is it so difficult to find the 'right' car?? Is there such a thing as the 'right' car? or am I just obsessed!!!!!



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I don't think so Arch, I might go and take a look as it is not very far. I do want ABS and an aerofoil and then I am going to get Al to repaint it for me (Black or Yellow :) ) - why is it so difficult to find the 'right' car?? Is there such a thing as the 'right' car? or am I just obsessed!!!!!



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You are obsessed T1f:p

Just buy one, drive it and enjoy it. You won't find a perfect 328, they are 19 - 23 yrs old and they were never perfect when they left the factory.

I am going to lower my own standards for my next 328, as long as it's ok mechanically I'm not too bothered about the cosmetics or colour combo, they can all be sorted. I just want a car I can drive now rather than one that looks pretty in my garage.
 

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t1f, I liked the giallo 328 very much, you should really take a look at it

I think you need to be a bit more agressive, like Onno was with the Boxer hehehehe
 

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t1f, I liked the giallo 328 very much, you should really take a look at it

I think you need to be a bit more agressive, like Onno was with the Boxer hehehehe
+1, just go and do it. You'll be an old man before you decide to buy a Ferrari, now's the time to buy, prices are rock bottom, vendors will negotiate. I personally think that 308/328 prices will start heading north when the credit crunch is over.
 

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Tif, KHPC have an ABS 328GTS for sale, have you seen it?
Funny enough Al requested some info on that particular vehicle on Friday :eek: , also on a couple that are for sale at the Ponderosa aka Cartwrights :) and also one at Rardley... :D

...incidentally was out for a drive the other night in the SL and saw a beautiful Black Testarossa (RHD) at the lights just outside Knightsbridge Station, it looked awesome! Also saw 3 599s (in Rosso) and 3 Carrera GTs - common or what!!:D


I am going to take my camera with me next time!
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T1f, there are a few good low mile 89 ABS GTS's around at all the usual suspects, but they are all rosso. Tim Walker has got a very good nero pre ABS coming in soon.
 
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