Hi everyone, I recently purchased a 2010 Ferrari 458 Italia with 13k miles. The car was purchased from a local Ferrari dealership and has only had one owner. The dealership said they gave the car a full proctology exam, which came up clean. As part of the deal, the car was certified and given a new 12mo power warranty. No crash history reported; clean carfax, etc.. The front bumper tow hook cover is missing, showing that it has been used. The dealer said that the prior owner (a well known personality, apparently) would have the dealership put the car on a flatbed for servicing versus driving it into the dealership himself. I certainly do not take the dealership stories at face value and viewed the missing tow hook cover as somewhat ominous (perhaps the prior owner got 'stuck' or was in a minor crash, either may have required towing). Is it typical for dealerships to tow clients' cars to the dealership, using a tow hook on a flatbed? All that said, I recently noticed that the front side of the front hood is not settling flush into the front bumper when closed. It slopes upward gently from one side to the other (one side is flush with the front bumper, one side is elevated above the front bumper line). I bought the car without noticing this issue, so it's not hugely obvious. Now, when I look at the front end of the car, I cannot help but notice it. Is this sort of "unevenness" common? Is it likely a symptom of something else? One other item to note - the prior owner installed a built-in radar detection system. It's the sort that has radar detectors installed in the front/rear bumpers. Obviously, one thought is that whoever installed this system did not do a great job of reinstalling the bumper. I will post pictures early next week but am traveling at the moment. Any thoughts would be appreciated.