Hello everyone, I have been looking to buy a 458 for a couple of months and the right one was finally listed a few days ago with only 20,500 kms(just under 13,000 miles) on the odometer. The car is due for it's yearly service(it was last serviced in April of 2019 and was only driven around 1,000 kms in the past year. The issue I have is that the owner refuses to have the car checked anywhere other than the dealership, a professional Ferrari Specialist garage that I have used before charges $270; however, the inspection at the dealership costs around $1,200, while the minor service he claims costs around $1,500. My offer was that I would pay for the service(before purchasing it) and if everything checks out(with nothing major flagged for the repair) I would go ahead and purchase the car at the full asking price, and if anything major pops up he would refund me the cost of the service. He is however unwilling to do that. Am I being unreasonable in not wanting to service someone's Ferrari and not end up buying or should I pay for the $1,500 service and that way I would have at least gotten my money's worth if I go ahead with the deal. Thank you for reading!