High mileage 360

V8time

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Hi so I’ve seen a high mileage 360 for sale obviously would love to own a Ferrari but worried about the mileage from a resale point of view if anything also what would the running costs be I own a granturismo s so I’m kind of used to it but would it be a lot more
 

Hawk13

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Depends on what you mean by high mileage. Anything over 30,000 is viewed as high mileage by some and some will simply not touch any Ferrari with big miles.

But if priced accordingly and history is good, then why not? I would.

Problem is that (when I looked for a rag top 360) anything under 60k had next to **** all by way of service history despite the claims of the seller and they all refused to budge on price.
 

Tallman

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If it doesn't work out here is one with the same mileage that is a bit cheaper, about 18k only ;)

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Ewan

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I thoroughly enjoyed my 360 and happily recommend them. And a 360 at below £50k is rare these days.
But if you could stretch to another £10k (approx) you could get a much lower mileage car, which would be far easier to sell at a later date (and you'd get your original extra £10k back).
 

Bebs

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That car has F430 wing mirrors. It would definitely need a PPI by someone that know these cars, like Aldous @ AV. Things can very quickly escalate if stuff needs doing to it.
In terms of running costs I’d say it’s not too far off a GT-S, budget 2-3K per year once the car is tip top.
 

Hawk13

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Get it properly checked over but 46k for a manual car is about right I'd say

MOT history looks clean but I personally would be concerned about the no odometer comment and would suggest that the mileage is higher than recorded.

I'm also betting that it hasn't got full service history
 

Nayf

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Hi so I’ve seen a high mileage 360 for sale obviously would love to own a Ferrari but worried about the mileage from a resale point of view if anything also what would the running costs be I own a granturismo s so I’m kind of used to it but would it be a lot more
If it’s cheap to buy then it’ll be expensive to sell.

High mileage cars are great if they’ve had all the work done, and are fighting fit, but IMO if you’re already looking at an eventual exit, I’d go for a lower-miles car in the first place. If it was a forever car, it wouldn’t matter.
 

Mr Spoon

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That car has F430 wing mirrors. It would definitely need a PPI by someone that know these cars, like Aldous @ AV. Things can very quickly escalate if stuff needs doing to it.
In terms of running costs I’d say it’s not too far off a GT-S, budget 2-3K per year once the car is tip top.

Or you can roll the dice ;)