I bought my first Ferrari last week - a 1985 Mondial Quattrovalvole Cabriolet. I have a owners/Shop manual on order but was wondering if I could ask a few questions before it arrives. I'll try to be brief. I have several warning lights on the console that are lit. One is the "Engine Oil" light. I checked the stick/sensor and found the oil level about one inch up on the spiral metal flex part. This looks way too high. I see the Min mark but no Max mark. My solution is to drain the oil and put in the correct amount. Can anyone tell me how much? And why does the oil light come on when it's this much overfilled? Any tricks or cures? The other question relates to drivability. It seems that I have to "drive it like I stole it" to keep the plugs from fouling. Revs above 2k at all times, except idle. If it fouls, it needs a high rev run to clear. Sound normal or am I in need of a serious tune-up? Third, I turn the battery switch off at night to prevent battery drain and to keep the little clicks and buzzes quiet. I read that this also resets the computer. Is this not a good idea? And since I have already reset it, now what? Last - How do you reset the "Maintenance Due" light? Oh, and did I mention I need a new windshield? Any sources on Long Island, NY? Thanks for reading. I know I have some things to sort out but every used car has something that need to get done.