Seriously. People on here write the dumbest crap.
To say if its an import there is no way the clutch is 11% is retarded.
Please explain how the country a Ferrari was first delivered to has a direct relationship to its clutch wear?
If you are trying to say that a fresh of the boat, half decent colour combo, reasonable mileage Ferrari for 110k sounds too good to be true and should be approached with caution, I agree. But ridiculous statements like yours don't help anyone.
I think you will be flat out getting a better car for that money. Or its a shitbox. Look at the replacement cost... in the last 2 years I've monitored UK 360 prices I haven't seen any cars worth buying under 45,000 gbp. 50k gbp is a more reasonable budget if you want decent colour combo, not crashed, less than 25,000miles.
So 50 x 1.47 is 74k. Put that in ashes import calculator is 100k add 25k for decent compliance and local transport costs etc.
125k already, not to mention cost of ppi. Cost of ppi for cars that turn out to be shit. Cost of capital. Cost of money exchange etc etc. Wait 3 months and the risk of it all falling apart and it still being a junker.
All the crap is part of the charm of the internets
What always intrigues me is that people about to spend 100K+ on a very, very exclusive luxury item still need to visit forums for good advice and feedback. It's a weird reflection that most of us feel we can't trust dealers or salesmen - but will trust random, variously qualified people on the web.
There's some good info here, and some shit. It's free, so I don't think anyone can complain too much and I wish forums had been more robust back when I bought my first Ferrari. The guys that have these cars and post are IMHO legends, as many don't need to spend the time to help and regardless of motivations the info is gold.
As a general point of interest - I just sold my Grigio Alloy (silver blue), imported, F1, tracked, modded 360 for a shade under 100K (cash money, which is a nice story I'll post pictures on shortly).
The guy who bought it HATED black and red (so for those commenting about the 'best' colours - I think perhaps you also forget humans have their own preferences) and he was going to drive the wheels off it, and track it - so was just not interested in a perfect garage queen, but a car with a history of running hard and reliably. I also knew my car well, had done the 'needed' stuff for a 360 (Hill tensioners, suspension bits, aftermarket headers, aftermarket cats, carbon air boxes etc etc) and could take the guy out to show him the car and every button/switch/dial working perfectly.
End of the day, you just need one buyer who's motivated by the same things that attracted you to the car, who has the money.
There's also a lot of talk here about 'on paper' checking of the car. I still believe (and I'm doing it now) that test driving with someone who knows the type of car is by far the best indication of whether it's going to be trouble. I don't mean a 5 minute run around the block either, but a proper long, get stuck in traffic and see if it overheats, stop it, start it, stop it, get it rained on (if you can
To the buyers here, good luck. To the sellers ... good luck