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Offline vegas

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This is my first post been reading awhile on these forums got a question regards the 360 looking to buy one a uk import the price is 115k red in colour providing PPI is all excellent is it worth it? it is a spider 2002 yr

Price may be right - depending on the usual things, ie good service history from reputable people and amount of K's. Question is also who did the PPI?

 A well maintained 360 imported or othewise would be a good buy at 115 - check cambelt- when they were done (due every three yrs) and  durig PPI - if people are competant - you shoold have a clutch % for the car also.
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Offline Wattens

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Try and go for a later 2003 model or newer, they are just more relaxed while driving (assuming you are looking at an F1), Little issues and gremlins are sorted.

At $115k I wouldn't be holding my breath for a car any better than average condition inside and out.   Good luck though, hope you find one that is a good price and best bang for buck.
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



Offline TEZZA

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If it's an import how do you know the service history is real?
Same could be said here I know, but here it is easier to check.

I would want copies of the service invoices and get on the phone to the UK and at least verify some of the major work had been done. Pretty easy these days with computers, graphics programs and sexy printers to bodgey up anything.




Offline Wattens

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If it's an import how do you know the service history is real?
Same could be said here I know, but here it is easier to check.

I would want copies of the service invoices and get on the phone to the UK and at least verify some of the major work had been done. Pretty easy these days with computers, graphics programs and sexy printers to bodgey up anything.

Only way is to ring up where it says it was serviced and ask them if they have the service records for the car.
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



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