fAdvice about buying 1995 ferrari 355 spider

Discussion in '348/355' started by Barnone 308, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. Barnone 308

    Barnone 308 Formula Junior

    Mar 22, 2004
    I am working on a deal for a 355 spider, the cars last service was 2003, which was the majoe service, dealer tells me it passed inpections by local ferrari dealer, but no records are provided to me. What should I be looking for before buying this car.
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  3. sambomydog

    sambomydog Guest

    May 23, 2009
    If this car has no service history at all, and you are determined to keep pursuing it. Then i advise you to have your OWN ferrari specialist to look over it for you. This is called an independent PPI.
  4. ferrari 512 tr

    ferrari 512 tr F1 Rookie

    Nov 16, 2008
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    please get it checked out by a ferrari specialist.
    any fchat members live close by and have the time to check the car out for our friend?
    were all brothers
  5. Simon^2

    Simon^2 F1 World Champ
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    Oct 17, 2005
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    It is doubtful the car you are considering will be a bargain once you do the required maintenance...

    Find a car with records and current service...
  6. Barnone 308

    Barnone 308 Formula Junior

    Mar 22, 2004
    You can check out that car at, its located in scottsdale, does anyone know about this car.
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  8. James-NZ

    James-NZ F1 Veteran

    Jun 26, 2007
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    You are far better off finding a good car with complete history, if we were talking about a Honda then the advice would be different, but with a Ferrari you need to be sure it has been maintained correctly.
  9. AceMaster

    AceMaster Three Time F1 World Champ

    Feb 6, 2009
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  10. gothspeed

    gothspeed F1 World Champ

    May 26, 2006
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    Get a thorough PPI then negotiate deficiencies into the price. But as James said, it is better to find one that 'needs less for more money' than one that 'needs more for less money' .... ;)

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