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Offline futurism


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And the price was?
That's what really tells us if it's worth doing compared to carsales



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And the price was?
That's what really tells us if it's worth doing compared to carsales

Sale price was lower than it would have listed online at, but both buyer and seller are delighted with it.



Offline ferrarista2


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Sale price was lower than it would have listed online at, but both buyer and seller are delighted with it.
My guess is $83k
Everything looks better in carbon fibre



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Offline ferrarista2


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You think the seller would be "delighted" with that?
:eek:
Everything looks better in carbon fibre



Offline Aircon

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You think the seller would be "delighted" with that?

yep. Should be. 77,000km is quite high km. Probably due for an engine rebuild.

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Offline ferrarista2


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yep. Should be. 77,000km is quite high km. Probably due for an engine rebuild.
I don't think so, it's not a 308/348/355 engine.
The 360 should be able to go longer than that before a rebuild.
Realistically, that car would've fetched around the $85-$95 mark pending on condition
They are still great value for money
Everything looks better in carbon fibre



Offline Aircon

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I don't think so, it's not a 308/348/355 engine.
The 360 should be able to go longer than that before a rebuild.
Realistically, that car would've fetched around the $85-$95 mark pending on condition
They are still great value for money

I always thought a 360 was just a slightly upgraded 355 engine. The 430 was the real big change.

Considering 355 and 360 engines have about the same race life, I'd suspect the same with the road engines. The purchaser is in for a world of pain soon.
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Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Some people really make way too many assumptions based on too much internet rumour.

Engine life of 355 and 360 can be enormous. It's use and maintenance that dictates most of it. There are cars running with over 100,000 MILES on them that are just fine now and potentially for much longer too.






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