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Discussion in '360/430' started by smggms, Mar 14, 2019 at 11:54 AM.

  1. smggms

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    I’m looking at this car clutch 85% left belts gone 2 years ago
    When else these car need ,, if I understood correctly from reading here all updates happen to after 2002..
    It’s still 19yrs old car , will it need new shocks , ball joint , engine mount etc.. clutch mount sensor ,,update Ecu etc..

    Are these this ones famously caught fire?

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  2. smggms

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  3. Bob in Texas

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    85% clutch life left after 1680 miles?? Seems a lot for such low mileage


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  4. RedNeck

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    First off, they don't "famously" catch on fire. Rear/mid engine vehicles are naturally more susceptible to fires as all the exhaust, cats, etc. Are all crammed into a small space that holds a LOT of heat. Second, a car with that low of mileage will almost certainly need a good amount of work since it has been sitting (rotting) for most of its life. Third, if be concerned about the relatively low clutch life for the miles. On top of that, it's going to carry a heavy premium due to the miles. It sounds like you want a driver. That's an investment or museum piece
     
  5. smggms

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    That’s what I’m thinking what is the good amount of working ? since it’s really low mileage how much it cost to make it daily weekend drive


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  6. APA#1

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    I can think of 10K right off the bat you might spend, IMHO. Don't want it myself, but curious, what are they asking?
     
  7. smggms

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    I was thinking that too 10k in case ,,
    They are asking 86k so 10k more Incase that’s 96 would it be better to get 430 with low mileage ?



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  8. APA#1

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    Thanks. In the end it all comes down to what you like and can afford, both are good cars overall. If you buy that 360 for 86K and put 10K miles on it, might be better to just buy one with 10-12K, same experience, just less money.
     
  9. smggms

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    Thanks , what fair price they are running now ones with 10 to 15k miles


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  10. APA#1

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    You can do searches on BAT, ebay, AT etc. otherwise a WAG
     
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    Unless you know just a skosh about the subject, the it's a SWAG - Scientific Wild A#$ Guess.
     
  14. up4speed

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    Clutch wear sound VERY high for under 2,000 miles!
    My car had 12,000 miles when I sold it and it had about 13% wear. When I bought it with 3,000 miles, it had about 3% wear. In other words, I was doing about 1% per 1,000 miles. My car was definitely on the lower end (always driven properly, never rode the clutch and very little reverse), and mine was a 2004 with a better TCU, but that car you are looking at still seems excessive.
     
  15. Alpintourer

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    I remember Bill Pollard (Sport Auto) a now retired Ferrari mechanic from the post-Chinetti era told me about an extremely low mile 308 he had in his shop once. It leaked everywhere when it was put back on the road by its new owner. He literally had to take the car apart and replace all the seals, hoses and anything rubber. Stuff shrunk, got brittle, cracked and failed. It was a $15K bill to fix everything and that was back in 1990.
     
  16. RedNeck

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    Call me pessimistic, but I would look at $10k as a starting point. I've seen people buy gated cars an immediately put $20-30k in them to get them drivable....unless you are planning on DIY, which I normally promote, but with that particular car, it would be murder on it's value. You are looking at a F1 360, which is by no means rare. $86k is a premium. You can find them with 20k miles (still "low") for $20k less. If you want a driver, I would definitely keep looking. I really think this car is a museum piece. Do what you want, but you want to drive you car, and I think you will end up putting a ton of $$ into this, and then killing it's value with every mile you drive it.
     
  17. smggms

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    u have a good point .. since the car realy low miles last time they drove it 150 mile one month ago.. so i think it will need lot of rubber replaced ,, tires, mount, balljoints etc,, ( im not familiar with 360).. maybe compresion , leakdown test , no?
    80k may be fair price .. fo this premium car..
     
  18. mello

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    Has the timing belts ever been changed? If not, I would even be afraid to start the engine.
     
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    also curious, why would you want a car with this low miles?

    If you plan to drive it, a super low mileage car would be a huge negative for me.
     
  21. smggms

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    Yes, plan to drive it a lot ,, might keep value next 10k miles with less depreciation,,


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  22. one of the super low mileage advantage is that, for an OEM junkie like me, everything , every part has a high possibility of being original, including zip ties, small stuff etc. which are important to us junkie.

    so paying a premium ( or having the hassle of replacing lots of rubber) might be worth it.

    I am searching for 430's special wire ties and other facotry zip ties for a long time and nobody has a clue where to find them and ferrari official diagrams doesn't have it. It shows how many people really care about these small things



     
  23. Tarek307

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    I am a believer in buying sorted out cars that have been driven! I bought my 360 with 42k miles and have put another 5k miles on it already almost and its been trouble free...why? well, because its already been through its growing pains..new clutch, manifold, belt services, tires..etc..and the best part is the higher miles one is usually less $$
     
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  24. KC360 FL

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    The only advantage I can see is the interior wear. Despite the "stickies" will eventually occur, (it's and easy fix) the dash and defrost vents, seats, and general condition will be like a new car, IF the car was kept inside and the leather cared for properly.

    That was a big plus for me with my car. Although it had 22K miles on it (2003 F1) the clutch had been replaced a month before I got it as well as the dash and the defrost vents. The interior was and is an 8 out of 10. Some marks here and there as well as some "re-dyeing" of the Crema leather. However, maybe even that could be a moot point for you since you intend to drive the car regularly and the interior will wear anyway.

    Over a year and a half of ownership and I have had zero problems. So in my opinion these 360s are great cars if they are properly cared for-- Oh, and no spontaneous combustion in the engine compartment! ;)
     

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