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Discussion in 'Canada' started by ferrari-guy, Oct 3, 2009.

  1. ferrari-guy

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  3. Shemmer

    Shemmer Formula Junior

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    It's listed as a Canadian car in the ad.
     
  4. ferrari-guy

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    You're right...oversight.

    Just puzzled at the price as you can barely find coupes at that price.
     
  5. ToddB

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    You can find coupes for under 100,000 now in canada
     
  6. rhyno

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    zrauto.com has a 2002 360 spyder Canadian car for $99,000
     
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  8. MD911

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    That one has accident history does it not?
     
  9. ferrari-guy

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    clean 360 spider - manual - 2002 and up is he target....
     
  10. Redlyne_mr2

    Redlyne_mr2 Formula Junior

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    Anyone know the previous owner of this car? Smart buy or regrettable purchase?
     
  11. JamesSimpson

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    probably a straight car as Orest has been around in this business for 30+ years and besides Ferrari was the ONLY place in all of CANADA besides Ferrari to buy a exotic car, even before Segal, Autoforum etc.,

    And I will be there on Monday having a safety done if you wanted me to take a look at it for you, but wholsale on 360 spiders(u.s) is about $90,000+ right now.
     
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  13. ferrari-guy

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    Thanks James for the offer.

    Can you vouch for Caliber, both sales and service? I know they've been around for a long time, but don't think i heard what the "forum" has to say about them.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  14. 348FTW

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    this car has been hit, i think like $150K damage to it...
     
  15. JamesSimpson

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    ummmm I can certainly vouche for the the service department but you should know it's got NOTHING to do with Caliber at all besides being in the same building, it's a complete seperate entity called FORZA MOTORS and besides working for the owner Steve when I was 18-20 I now bring all my cars(clients and personal) for service as well as constantly recommend their services. Now that Steve doesn't have to deal with the customers,billing etc., he has the time to train his guy's and work on the cars himself.

    Orest is a nice guy and i'm sure wouldn't sell anything to risk putting his company at risk, especially after being around for so long.
    I will be there tommorow by 10-11am the absolute LATEST and can still take a look at if you wanted?

    And in about 30 minutes i'll have my subscription renewed so everyone can soon PM me again.

    Thanks!
     
  16. AceMaster

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  17. ferrari-guy

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    I think Canadian prices still need to be reduced to align with current market conditions. I have been diligently searching and you can easily get a 2000/2001 from Ferrari Dealer of New England for $79K US...here it's $120+K. Even with exchange (that will soon be par) + 6% duty + letter, they are large savings to be had in the US...that's clearly evident at this time.
     
  18. MS250

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    No doubt there are some savings but at what price....and dont forget, US cars dont have the daytime running lights, the upgraded crash bumpers..and blah, blah...

    But the biggy you have to ask is...a Florida car compared to a Ontario car will see 2X the amount of road time because of better weather conditions...2X the amount of HEAT ...plus alot more natural disasters.....if you think your getting a sweet deal to save 20K- 30K...i think you maybe mistaken. I will take a Winnipeg, or Nova Scotia 360...over any Texas, Cali, Florida 360...there are just to many of those cars not to be picky.

    Plus, here is another, trying following the US cars where they start and end up, you cant follow that VIN as well as we do here....adjoining states dont register all together like we do here either.....not to say you cant find a deal....but today, nobody is stupid...everyone wants all the cookies, its buyer beware.
     
  19. Kds

    Kds F1 World Champ

    It has been hit pretty good and repaired. Well known around town for that.
     
  20. Redlyne_mr2

    Redlyne_mr2 Formula Junior

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    Makes sense why it's so cheap. I'm finding lots of the 360's in the US have had 3-5 owners in the span of 6 or 7 years. It's tricky to track down a 1 owner unit.
     
  21. JamesSimpson

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    daytime running lights is an easy fix and bumpers don't have to be changed on ANY car anymore....I agree about the southern states cars seeing more road time but it really comes down to the owner like you've said yourself, I've seen 50,000km's car looking better then 5000km cars. It comes down to how well they were maintained.
    Rick se4nding you a PM about something private@!!
     

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