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360 360 eligible for Classiche cert yet?

Discussion in '360/430' started by Robb, May 7, 2020.

  1. Robb

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    If so, what is the price?

    Anyone done one yet? Anyone planning to take theirs through the process?

    Thanks

    Robb
     
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  3. Jason Crandall

    Jason Crandall F1 Veteran

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    I never understood the point. The day after the certification is finished it’s no longer trustworthy. You could do anything to the car and you still have the certification. I see guys trying to sell their cars with a Classiche from 2011 and I’m like “what’s happened to the car since 2011”?
     
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  4. ttforcefed

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    i get it for like an f40. but for a 360 the classiche is like 5 to 10% of the cost of the car. that makes no sense.
     
  5. KC360 FL

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    It may matter for some. But when I bought my car, I was more interested in the condition it was in when and where I was going to look at it. For Ferrari, unless it's virtually an unused car, like others above here said, I don't see the point ---other than bragging rights.

    For a 360? I don't see it. Ferrari simply made too many of them and IMO most buyers would go through their own vetting process anyway.
     
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  6. Robb

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    To me it's just showing a car is matching how it left the factory and an additional keepsake for the car. The information and photographs can be easily verified by a cross check from the book to the car after it's completed. I had a Porsche certificate for my older 911 at one point...

    It gets you +5 points for a concours so if you want to keep the exhaust non-standard then you can still earn platinum on the grass.

    So it can be viewed as a non-essential exercise but just like luggage or an owners manual pack - nice to have with the car. The concours could also be fun, but yes non-essential.

    All that being said, my original questions still need an answer as to if the model is eligible for it yet and cost.

    Thanks.

    Robb
     
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  8. vrsurgeon

    vrsurgeon F1 World Champ
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    IMHO on a 10/10, 560 mile, perfect in every way with no rock chip collector quality car.. do it. might have ROI. For a usual car with miles and use.. not worth it. Nobody will pay extra for it IMHO. I want to say back in the day it was $5k?
     
  9. wbt

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    Classiche is a very good revenue generator for Ferrari and it's dealer chain. Doesn't mean much to a 360 buyer currently but maybe worth pursuing in 30 years time.
     
  10. Vegas CS

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    Might be worth it on a < 3k mile CS. But I agree with the others, a good documented service history car would fetch a better price than a no service history classiche car. jmo
     
  11. ttforcefed

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    What is current price for it on a 360? $6,500?
     
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