So I am familiar with buying Porsche CPO cars, whereas they are supposedly inspected and many things including tires, brakes and other worn items are brought to within "CPO" spec, dictated by Porsche, then given a warranty for a period of time. The owner gets a certificate with the VIN and a description of the car. It is quite an organized system. I purchased a Ferrari CPO car a week ago. The dealer told me they serviced the car, but I really don't know what else the dealer did and/or what was required by Ferrari. Supposedly the car is under CPO warranty for 2 years (Ferrari is currently offering 2 years for the price of 1), but I don't have any document stating that, at least not yet. For any of you that have purchased a CPO Ferrari, can you share your experience so I know what to expect? What documentation did you receive? What are the dealers required to do to bring the car to spec? Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks!