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Discussion in '360/430' started by Kevin Rev'n, Apr 4, 2014.
I can't find it on eBay... do you have the listing number?
New listing at FoW in VA: https://www.ferrariofwashington.com/used-Washington+DC-2003-Ferrari-360+Modena-Base-ZFFYU51A830130657
2003 with over 11k miles, silver / black, asking essentially $115k. No pics yet on FoW's site, but it appears to be the same car that Competizione in Gaithersburg had on consignment at a higher price based on the VIN.
2003 360 Modena 6 Speed | Competizione & Sports Cars
This is the closest I've found..
1999 Ferrari 360 Modena | eBay
2001 Ferrari 360 6-SPEED MANUAL | eBay
Should be interesting
Both very interesting to watch. I predict closing prices to be 115k for 360 and 175k for 430. Let's see.
I think reserve will be to high and neither will sell.
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Ended much lower than that. 360 bid up to $95k and 430 to $126k, neither hitting reserve.
No real buyers around for these two cars now, just tire kickers. Didn't look closely at the histories either, so perhaps there might be reasons too.
The 430 being first of the model year made ppl shy away? No reserve auction would have been more interesting for bidders.
this car sold for 119k for anyone who cares. 6 speed
Matt: see my post on this under 1999 Modena 360 modena dash air bag panel. This is the car I flew to PA yesterday and looked at.
I see what you mean now...it looks like they might have "fixed" a shrinking airbag panel by using a cheaper material.
I am slipping I know. but still collecting VINs when I see them. Here is the latest data I had from the cars for the second quarter. Not updating the big chart right now so this will have to do. If anyone has links to new cars ads that I missed please post them up in here.
Here's one in Canada with sport seats.
Remove the stripe and change the wheels.
That's $CAD too so pretty cheap.
Saw this 2000 Ferrari 360 MODENA on autoTRADER.ca's iPhone app
FYI your number 12 silver/gray car in GA sold for $70k. It had a lot of issues, including a bad transmission that needs a rebuild.
Here is one I saw today
Oh man I am loosing it! I should not have included July in that last set a few posts ago. Sorry gang.
FYI, I pulled a car fax on this when I was looking earlier this spring, it has a $53,000 insurance claim on it so is probably affecting the price downward a bit... anyone interested would do the same due diligence
Just FYI, I did stop by Motorcars of GA yesterday, the car was still there, but Blake did say that there is a California guy that is most likely going to take it.
I recently purchased the '99 Nero over tan with 4,700 miles from Marshall Goldman. I'm not sure what the etiquette is here on posting the price paid, but if people are very curious, I'm willing to share.
I think many of us are curious about the price. As far as etiquette goes, might be a bit much to ask someone to post but if someone is willing to share I don't see an issue.
Finale sale price on my '99 Nero over tan with 4,700 miles was $109,500. I certainly don't feel like I stole the car, but also felt the price was reasonable given miles and condition. It's totally original (including paint) except for Tubi, and is exceedingly well documented back to new, with 2 previous owners. It had its last major service in November 2016, and it came back as virtually flawless on PPI. I welcome others' thoughts. And don't worry, if you think I got hosed, I have a thick skin and can take it.
What was the asking price on it again?
Sounds like a great car you will have a lot of fun with, and not a bad price, that is and will continue to be a desirable car.
Asking price when I saw it was $117,900, but I think it originally was at $124,900.
a 40,000 mile gated 360 that I have not seen before-
67bmer, not sure if you were referring to my car or not, but the car I recently purchased has 4,700 miles.
It sounds like you bought a *potential future collectible....whether or not any of these cars becomes collectible, remains to be seen however.
In terms of price, I would say you paid for qualities that are important to you. That's all that matters, and how it should be.
Was this the car on Marshall Goldman's site?
Sounds like you got a well maintained car.
Now you have the perfect opportunity to drive the @%!% out of it!!!
Good luck with your purchase and of course you minimized your chances of a problem by doing your homework.
I know this thread is for coupes but here is a seemingly good price on a spider. Haven't bothered researching it to see if there are any issues/accidents.
Ad says Euro car and not registerable in CA
Is there a reason Euro 360's can't be registered in CA? I have a 2000 Euro I'd like to register in CA... it has successfully been registered in NY, MI and TX. Anything I should know before I try to register it in CA?
Thank you. I felt like I did my due diligence. Now I just can't wait for it to roll off the back of the transporter!!!! And yes, it will be driven.
A euro car properly converted can be registered anywhere. This car was probably salvage and can't be resold in California.
Right but that still leaves the rest of the country to buy it and even then I feel the asking price is fair.
It takes A LOT more work and is even close to impossible in most cases. It's been a while since I've researched it but you need to get extra certifications from the CARB I believe which is what makes it so difficult. I would avoid it if I were you.