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Offline MC

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My mate had a GranSport (I know a different car, but similar) and he said that in one year it cost him over $40 000. He is thinking about selling in now for a Cayman.



Offline mondi

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He lists service locations at bottom of advert

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19/05/11    34310  Ferrari Specialised Service (Australia)

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Hmmmmm, wonder where that is????



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Interesting that he listed the workshops in the UK by name but not the one in Oz... I guess you could message him and ask if you were interested................ or just plain nosey  :D

Its listed as Braeside.... Phil territory.



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Interesting that he listed the workshops in the UK by name but not the one in Oz... I guess you could message him and ask if you were interested................ or just plain nosey  :D

Its listed as Braeside.... Phil territory.


It's just around the corner from FF I think - but the service could have been done at a number of places. I doubt it was FF......


But I could be wrong.....



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Not FF

these guys are LCS,  do imports & compliance for Fezzas/masa & other brand maybe



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FULLY SERVICE BY FERRARI /LAMBORGHINI SPECIALIST

I dont know the Vic workshops, know of anyone you would call a Ferrari/Lambo specialist other than Phil?
Im pretty sure the car has been mentioned on here before and I dont remember Phil saying he touched it so I reckon youre right.

Not FF

these guys are LCS,  do imports & compliance for Fezzas/masa & other brand maybe

Yeah we're wondering who serviced it. Never thought Phil was selling it.



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usually Wattens would be right onto this

been awfully quite lately :scratchchin:



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FULLY SERVICE BY FERRARI /LAMBORGHINI SPECIALIST

I dont know the Vic workshops, know of anyone you would call a Ferrari/Lambo specialist other than Phil?
Im pretty sure the car has been mentioned on here before and I dont remember Phil saying he touched it so I reckon youre right.

Yeah we're wondering who serviced it. Never thought Phil was selling it.

ASIC search doesn't find anything under that name nor google -suspect inhouse workshop



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usually Wattens would be right onto this

been awfully quite lately :scratchchin:

Yeah, saying its a piece of crap coz its cheap .... he could be right.

He's busy living it up in Italy having a great time... good luck to him, youre only young once.

I never judge a car until I see it myself and wont buy it unless I see it or have someone I trust look at it.
A good number of cheaper cars are gonna be junk and I see Wattens point.  Im more hands on with cars than him though. Ive built show cars and hot rods from scrap metal so I dont mind some mileage, I still wont buy junk. I buy from people like wattens that have put some miles on the cars but still had them serviced and looked after. That said, I buy new cars as well if its something I want. One of my cars has a few kms on it but it was one Alf Barbagallo's personal cars and has a great service history.



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ASIC search doesn't find anything under that name nor google -suspect inhouse workshop
True. They probably consider themselves Ferrari/Lambo specialists. ;)



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