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I need help pricing my 360

Discussion in '360/430' started by BRUPac, Mar 3, 2008.

  1. BRUPac

    BRUPac Rookie

    Feb 9, 2008
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    Please check out my 360 and let me know if I'm way out of line with this price.
    I just picked her up from Fusion MotorSports yesterday morning. Damian Put in a new flywheel, upgraded the cluch to the CS style hardware, did the belts + new tentioners + all fluids but the brake fluid so 15K service + partial 30K service. Damian said he would have no problem recomending this car to anyone.

    http://www.ferrarichat.com/ferrariads/showproduct.php?product=874&cat=2
     
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  3. jbdmd

    jbdmd Formula 3

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    Man

    This sounds like a good deal

    Couple of questions:

    -Euro?
    -Clean tittle/no stories?

    I say you have that thing priced to move move move!!
     
  4. rimoore

    rimoore Formula 3

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    Raise the price to 100K. I can't live with the the idea that my 360 is worth less then 100K. :(
     
  5. tstafford

    tstafford Formula Junior
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    I agree. Seems really low.
     
  6. jsanocki

    jsanocki Formula Junior

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    Assuming by the reference to KM that it is a euro...but still, that is a low price. I agree with others, price it at 100k, and then if you need to give someone a couple thousand off to motivate them, so be it. At 90k people are still going to try to haggle you down....and letting that car go in the 80's is WAY too cheap!
     
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  8. dm_n_stuff

    dm_n_stuff Global Moderator
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    For reference I just bought a 2000 US car 15K miles. Absolutely clean car, only difference is mine has the challenge grill and titanium, otherwise I'd call them apples to apples.

    Paid $107K from a dealer.

    We have a discussion of a very similar car to yours in this thread... http://ferrarichat.com/forum/showthread.php?t=187401

    Which you read through based on my assumption from your post there.

    So sell it for $90 -95K
     
  9. Shark01

    Shark01 F1 Rookie

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    I think as an asking price, $90k is fair.......hard to tell though as the pictures are pretty bad.

    detractors are the Euro, looks low optioned, black interior is non-standard on a red car.
     
  10. PCH

    PCH F1 Rookie

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  11. lapeter

    lapeter Formula Junior

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    Since this is a Euro, the asking price is right on and I would think you would not have to haggle much. I would not raise the price to 100k unless people are beating a path to your door with multiple offers. If that happens, then raise the price. The US is in a recession. This is not "chicken little" time. In parts of the country the sky really is falling.
    Al
     
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  13. BRUPac

    BRUPac Rookie

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    I thought I was going crazy, all I get are people offering 60K to 70K, christ my old dealer offered me 74K before I had it serviced and they are a factory authorized service!!! Maybe I'll up the price a little just to get serious callers. Thanks for all your help!
     
  14. BRUPac

    BRUPac Rookie

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    Yes it's a Euro, very clean car my step mother bought it for my dad in 2002, he had a stroke last year so we got him a 01 456gta and I bought this from them.
     
  15. lapeter

    lapeter Formula Junior

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    I'm not sure raising the price will get you more serious callers. In todays CA RE market would you raise the home price because you got low offers? Not in my Sales 101 course. Also Euro cars take longer to sell even at the lower prices. Much smaller audience for Euro cars. Most F buyers will never consider a Euro car. Doesn't mean it makes sense, just a fact of life.

     
  16. BRUPac

    BRUPac Rookie

    Feb 9, 2008
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    I updated the pictures on the ad. These are from this past weekend after I picked up the car. The car is a little dirty :)

    http://www.ferrarichat.com/ferrariads/showproduct.php?product=874

    I also understand that a Euro model is harder to sell, but this isn't the 70's or 80's ore even early 90's cars that were true gray market cars. Modern Euros are everthing people want in a post warranty F-Car, they are faster and louder than the US Spec and there is no differnce in mantaining them, as long as the previous person serviced the car like he/she should.
     
  17. Tomf-1

    Tomf-1 F1 Rookie
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    You might also want to verify Odometer. My former Euro 2000 360's Odometer was in miles not kms.
     
  18. jbdmd

    jbdmd Formula 3

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    I would leave it advertised here. People seem to have good luck selling well priced cars here...which yours is IMO
    +/- on raising the price....if you are happy with 90K I would leave it and be firm when people come with offeres.

    GL with the sale!
     
  19. kouroshoo7

    kouroshoo7 Formula 3

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    WAY TOO LOW...
     
  20. BT

    BT F1 World Champ
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    Seems like a good price to me. There is a comparable blue 360 with 20k miles on Ebay with a BIN of $95k. My guess is that it will reach that price on a second or third auction.
    BT
     
  21. VTChris

    VTChris F1 World Champ

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    Raise the price 5k and put better pictures.

    The difference between Good and great images make a ton of difference, at least for me.

    If an ad has bad pics, I move on.


    C
     
  22. wheelman76

    wheelman76 Formula 3

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    I think that one has a Salvage title... Maybe that one is a bit high?
     
  23. dreamcarswest

    dreamcarswest Karting

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    I am not going to chime in with any opinion as to the value of the car.

    I will give it a plug for driving very well and feeling very quick. Damien services my F355 and I recently drove this 360 in question. A 6-speed is not what I need at this time, but if I was in the market I wouldn't hesitate to purchase this one.
     
  24. PCH

    PCH F1 Rookie

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    Apples to oranges....The Blue ebay car is a US F1 and the OP's car is a Euro 6sp. IMO their both over market.
     
  25. Marko@SupercarTuning

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    What would you take right away as a cash offer? I might have a buyer at $75K. Don't mean to insult you, I feel the car is worth much more, just relaying a message. Thanks
     
  26. BT

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    #23 BT, Mar 4, 2008
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    This is the car I was referring to:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ferrari-360_W0QQitemZ120228107242QQcmdZViewItem?hash=item120228107242
    It is a US spec car, but is also a 6 speed manual. If it is a salvage title (the ad shows the title as 'clear'), then I agree it is probably overpriced.
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  27. dreamcarswest

    dreamcarswest Karting

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    Hell, at $75K I'll buy it myself even though I don't need it - not kidding. =)
     
  28. PCH

    PCH F1 Rookie

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