It is comforting to know that you have bought the right car at the right price, but colour, specification, which side the steering wheel is on, etc etc is all surely subjective. I bought mine a few months ago here in the UK, partly based on price, but mainly on mileage, colour spec. inside and out, and not really bothered where the steering wheel is, as my 'enjoyment' motoring is on holiday in France, or especially Spain. Although at a used car dealership, they knew very little about the 575's, or indeed Ferraris. The car was exactly what I was looking for, and I guess some of you would be put off because the car was very reasonably priced....in fact too cheap ! It came with a short warranty for peace of mind, but in all honesty I have been far too busy since to drive it much. It is LHD F1, began life in Poland, went to Japan.....and back to the UK in 2016......so what ? OK by me, but for some out there, that would scare the daylights out of. I have my own workshop, so niggles can be sorted; but as time is precious, anything serious would go to a good Independent specialist. As yet, apart from the usual ''stickies', which I find annoying more than anything......no issues. Not used to F1 paddles, but that's one reason for purchase.....something new to me, something different. I do need to drive it more, just for the practice. It is a keeper, and I do get a lot of pleasure just by looking at it. Lovely black paintwork, black interior, drop dead gorgeous and on 19inch rims. (I thought these were the Barchetta rims, but on another thread I see they should be 18's. ?........thus maybe the aftermarket copies ? ) It matters not to me, as I'm the only one to please. With only 22k miles on the clock, and an asking price of 72,500 K sterling, I thought it was just too good to miss...and so far so good. An identical spec 575M that I was interested in, but which had twice the mileage, and more than 20K on the price, was considered, but with such a considerable saving to be made on my purchase, that gave me a BIG safety net for rectification of any faults.......and so far, none. There are some very nice cars out there, but I do wonder how many buy because that's what they expect to pay ?......as for the extra 200K for a Barchetta..? ?...if writing the cheque doesn't hurt, go for it.....but are they serious ? Maybe it's an 'age thing' as I still write cheques......still living in the past. !