Barra and FF are on the right track.
Anotherforumuser I think you may have different standards as to what a "good conditioned" 360 is, don't worry everyone does. You example of a good conditioned car would surely be different to FF's or my personal version of a good conditioned car purely because we have most likely been in, driven and seen more examples than you have. Don't take this as an insult or attack on you as it isn't meant to be.
It is all well and good to sit back on a computer and "work out" the cost of a 360 by looking on the internet, but not all is what it seems. The first dozen or so cheapest cars for sale on the net in the UK are not worthy of being called a ferrari. There are examples there with 200 000km on the clock, mixed with LHD vehicles, some are Toyota MR2 replicas, most are damaged or have been repaired etc... (all these cars can be imported and then at risk of being sent back over seas or destroyed if they enter the country for any of the reasons above). These cars are probably what are keeping the Ferrari mechanics in Australia busy. Anything that I call decent doesn't land in Australia without the importer having paid around +$150k AUD depending on where the AUD:GBP is at the time.
It is possible to get a 360 from $100-$115k. Are they cars worth buying??? Are they cars worth waiting 3 or 4 months for? What else could you do with $100-$115k? Not to mention when those warning lights come up your heart will sink each and every time. Australian and UK used 360's are getting closer and closer to the same price evry month. The UK dealers are asking more than they were 12 months ago purely because of the huge amount of cars that have already come to Australia, the dealers simply jump on our carsales.com.au and they don't understand that we have various taxes/duties, compliancing costs, shipping/insurance costs etc.... Not to mention the Australian prices for a 360 over the same 12 months has fallen significantly.
360's are not worth importing anymore, there isn't a decent saving anymore. Better off buying from some sucker who has already imported one where you can look at it in person, examine it's condition, get a reliable PPI performed, and then have the added saftey of Australian used car consumer laws with dealers behind you should things be terribly wrong or misrepresented. Remember that the USD has nothing to do with imported exotics from the UK, for some reason people think that the weakeing USD means that the AUD is gaining on the GBP
The time for importing Massaz (all models), 360's and Gallardos has past. F355's seem to be doing well though...
The only people that win now with imported exotics are the compliance workshops performing compliance and the mechanics now having more cars with more chance of needing repairs... (and the guiys in the spotted thread)