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Offline ferrarista2


  • Joined: Mar 2010

  • Drives: Slowly
  • Location: Sydney
So I asked for some pictures of the damage and was sent this reply!
I hope they black wall the tyres on all 4 wheels.

Morning,

Thank you for your enquiry, the vehicle is currently being detailed we
expect photos to be done next week.

Thank you


Kind Regards,

Manheim Perth
Errr....huh??
Everything looks better in carbon fibre



Offline Tiger


  • Joined: Jul 2014

  • Location: McLaren Vale
Errr....huh??

That’s how special Ferrari’s are they get attention even when they are trashed.
Roll on summer



Offline schmik325


  • Joined: Nov 2010

  • Location: Bris, Qld
WOVR  Repairable Write-off. Can't register it in NSW though.

Yes it can as long as it passes an inspection and is rego'ed in WA/Vic/QLd first. Maybe subject to a secondary inspection in NSW should it go there but can end up there registered.

If it was crashed in NSW it would be a Stat write off and impossible to register.



Offline Tiger


  • Joined: Jul 2014

  • Location: McLaren Vale
Yes it can as long as it passes an inspection and is rego'ed in WA/Vic/QLd first. Maybe subject to a secondary inspection in NSW should it go there but can end up there registered.

If it was crashed in NSW it would be a Stat write off and impossible to register.

Do you have any docs to back this up? My understanding is that if a vehicle is on the hit list WOVR after the date it was made law in NSW a few years ago it can't be registered in that state regardless of where it was repaired.
Roll on summer



Offline Tiger


  • Joined: Jul 2014

  • Location: McLaren Vale
Pictures are now up; it’s got a lot of damage. No owner’s brief case but it will still go for over $100K  :doh:
Interesting to see that the sills are made of glass not carbon! I'll have a go anyway worth $60K as a self keeper.
It would be very hard to sell as a fixer.

http://www.manheim.com.au/damaged-vehicles/4243160/2008-ferrari-f430-scuderia-coup%C3%A9-2d-coupe?referringPage=SearchResults
Roll on summer



Offline B2

  • Slowest Ferrari Owner

  • Joined: Apr 2008

  • Location: Melbourne
Pictures are now up; it’s got a lot of damage. No owner’s brief case but it will still go for over $100K  :doh:
Interesting to see that the sills are made of glass not carbon! I'll have a go anyway worth $60K as a self keeper.
It would be very hard to sell as a fixer.

http://www.manheim.com.au/damaged-vehicles/4243160/2008-ferrari-f430-scuderia-coup%C3%A9-2d-coupe?referringPage=SearchResults

At least they did a good job in detailing it. ;)



Offline Tiger


  • Joined: Jul 2014

  • Location: McLaren Vale
At least they did a good job in detailing it. ;)

I think Fowles did a good job of detailing it  :D
Roll on summer



Offline 360c

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  • Joined: Apr 2006

  • Drives: Purple People Eater
Pictures are now up; it’s got a lot of damage. No owner’s brief case but it will still go for over $100K  :doh:
Interesting to see that the sills are made of glass not carbon! I'll have a go anyway worth $60K as a self keeper.
It would be very hard to sell as a fixer.

http://www.manheim.com.au/damaged-vehicles/4243160/2008-ferrari-f430-scuderia-coup%C3%A9-2d-coupe?referringPage=SearchResults

Carbon Fibre sills were an option only. Something like $15k retail as I recall.

A quick glance at those photos tells me the only good thing left in that car is the drivetrain and interior. It would need a new shell plus a gazillion other bits and pieces. On the plus side it has a NOVITEC supercharger kit fitted to it. Good for 650hp or so if memory serves me correctly.

I don't get the fascination with totalled Ferraris myself. They are totalled for a reason :)



Offline Ben


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would have thought the airbags would have gone off with an impact like that



Offline Tiger


  • Joined: Jul 2014

  • Location: McLaren Vale
Carbon Fibre sills were an option only. Something like $15k retail as I recall.

A quick glance at those photos tells me the only good thing left in that car is the drivetrain and interior. It would need a new shell plus a gazillion other bits and pieces. On the plus side it has a NOVITEC supercharger kit fitted to it. Good for 650hp or so if memory serves me correctly.

I don't get the fascination with totalled Ferraris myself. They are totalled for a reason :)

Ahh you spotted that, buying into a nightmare! Wonder if the insurance knew about that when it was paid out? No oil in engine also, that could be the reason the driver lost control in the first place.
Roll on summer



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