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Discussion in '360/430' started by tstafford, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. tstafford

    tstafford Formula Junior
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    Poking around (translate getting ready to buy something!). What would you think the following is worth:
    - 2000 360 Modena
    - Euro
    - F1
    - 11K miles
    - Titanium
    - Trusted seller (this matters to me)
    - Recent belt service

    Assume clean PPI in your responses.

    Thanks.
    Tim
     
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  3. Oengus

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    95 - 105?
     
  4. tstafford

    tstafford Formula Junior
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    That's my sense of it too.
     
  5. fc2

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    +1

    Frank
     
  6. mgtr1990

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    +1 thats about the right range
     
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  8. PCH

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  9. tstafford

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    Thanks guys. Makes sense to me.
     
  10. Shark01

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    With subtractions for Euro AND for color, I don't see it being worth even $95k.....
     
  11. sezme

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    I'd check to see if your insurance company will even insure a euro car before you go any further. Mine won't

    S
     
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  13. jsanocki

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    I have never heard of an insurance company not insuring a euro car. Some insurance companies don't investigate things and when they type in a VIN and it comes up invalid, they don't go further, saying they can't do it. This in fact is 100% incorrect. A Euro has all the same safety as a US car, and I have not seen it be an issue if you push the topic. The car is required to be inspected anyway for collision where they will in fact verify the VIN being accurate.
     
  14. zippyslug31

    zippyslug31 Formula 3

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    I'd second this... when I was still shopping and getting insurance quotes, a couple of times I had my insurance agent quote me for a euro. There didn't appear to be any problems.

    I suspect that if you are paying, they likely won't (or shouldn't) care.
     
  15. Finitele

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    $85-$95 from private persons

    you pay more for buying at dealer, but you didn't say who has the 360
     

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