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Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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That probably applies to all brands too, doesn't it.  And houses too, come to think of it.  :doh:

Not really... a properly documented Major service on a Ferrari or Lambo by a reputable name will add value, maybe not the full spend, but certainly a large % of it.

Fixing faults doesn't add value. But servicing or replacing consumables such as clutch and brakes and tyres does.



Offline mondi

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my point is the guy says how great the car is in the ad but negects to say it has an oil leak and that he reversed into a pole in it


You will find that this is the norm.



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firstly > dont you guys ever work? haha
secondly, cost is not really any concern for me, i have the $20K and my current car an 06 VE Commodore - while i like it i dont love it, its time for it to go.
in the past my dad has had an 84 esprit and a 90 esprit. while i dont rememeber the first one the second one i have always had great memories of.
there are only 2 that i cant really find, one in VIC that looks alright for $19500 but the engine is in a million pieces and the one here in WA for $32000, i find it worrying that its been on the market for a while and at the same price as he bought it 4 years ago. IT HAS AN OIL LEAK!!!! i know what these things cost to repair

You're not making any sense. If cost isn't any concern for you - why are you looking for a $20K car?
C'mon, do it!



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it's best to get a well sorted car in the first place, cos they don't cost much more than shit heaps.


Ah, but where do you get a well sorted S4s?????  They just don't come up for sale, so it's a matter of getting a shit heap and fixing it. Like I did.  :sadnana:




Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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firstly > dont you guys ever work? haha
secondly, cost is not really any concern for me, i have the $20K and my current car an 06 VE Commodore - while i like it i dont love it, its time for it to go.
in the past my dad has had an 84 esprit and a 90 esprit. while i dont rememeber the first one the second one i have always had great memories of.
there are only 2 that i cant really find, one in VIC that looks alright for $19500 but the engine is in a million pieces and the one here in WA for $32000, i find it worrying that its been on the market for a while and at the same price as he bought it 4 years ago. IT HAS AN OIL LEAK!!!! i know what these things cost to repair

err, you're not making much sense.

Go buy the perth one if cost is of no concern and you know how much it is to fix. How easy do you want it?



Offline albo_calbo

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while i dont mind spending money, i'm not made of it, i still have a spend limit



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Ah, but where do you get a well sorted S4s?????  They just don't come up for sale, so it's a matter of getting a shit heap and fixing it. Like I did.  :sadnana:



from the UK, for half of bugger all!



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while i dont mind spending money, i'm not made of it, i still have a spend limit

then cost is of concern then isn't it  :doh:

are the school holidays over soon?



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You're not making any sense. If cost isn't any concern for you - why are you looking for a $20K car?

+1


Any $20K Esprit is going to cost you at least another $20k to get it up to scratch, or maybe not even.


The $19k Esprit with the engine in bits will cost $10k just in labour to put the engine back together before you start on anything else.



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err, you're not making much sense.

Go buy the perth one if cost is of no concern and you know how much it is to fix. How easy do you want it?
well i'm thinking that i may have to, but my current plan is to just wait it out til something that grabs me a little more comes along and in the mean time i can keep saving



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