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Looking for a used Ferrari 360

Going to be in the market for a used Ferrari 360, what kind of problems & cost should I expect ?

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For starters, there's no such thing as a 2006 Ferrari Enzo. They weren't produced past 2004, and even then, they only made 400 in 2 years. Second, if you're finding a $50k Ferrari 360, turn around and walk away. You should be paying 3 times that amount for a well kept Ferrari with reasonably low mileage. Go to a dealer, and ask there if you're serious. A Ferrari dealer isn't just a used car salesman...they would double as an art dealer offering their customer as much of the best service as possible. You should look for a very well kept and intensive maintenance record, with any and all work being done by a certified Ferrari mechanic. You should also be able to see and contact any and all previous owners. There shouldn't be too many problems at all unless there was an incident or a rough driver, but for the most part, they're driven conservatively by people who see these cars as investments, and not collectors items. Collectors don't sell Ferrari's, they trade for other Ferrari's with other Ferrari guys. If you don't know what you're getting into, hold off until you do your research. A Ferrari isn't just another car, and deserves more than just another driver.

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    Looks like he was asking about a 2002 he did not inquire about a 2006.

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If you can find it for a decent price I'd say $50k - $150k, go for it. But, YOU MUST MAKE SURE IT HAS EXCELLENT PAPERWORK. Part of the thing in dealing with expensive cars, is that the owners have to be very meticulous in everything. That means everything the previous owner did, should be on paper. Every oil change, servicing, etc. If it doesn't have that, walk away. Also, make sure you test drive it. Take it for a spin, see how it rides. If you don't like the way it drives, then what's the point? Finally, I'd say make sure you can afford the maintenance. Because supercar owners have to be meticulous, that means for every incident, you have to take your car to the Ferrari dealer, otherwise when you sell it the next owner will have a fuss and may not buy the car. When you take your car to the Ferrari dealer, everything there is much more expensive. So be prepared for all the maintenance costs. Enjoy!

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