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Realistic market price for a 360 coupe?

Discussion in '360/430' started by asianbond, May 27, 2004.

  1. asianbond

    asianbond Formula 3
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    Looking to get a 360 coupe in the US. Prefer a manual, doesn't matter what year but a 99 is fine to minimize the entry price. Would even consider a euro car.

    Check on ferrariads and also 2bay and can't figure out what realistic price is. They range from 100k to 135k. Prefer to deal directly with private owner for an all cashdeal.

    Anyone by one recently?
     
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  3. scycle2020

    scycle2020 F1 Rookie

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    i looked for a while befor getting a spider instead...our price seems right.....keep in mind the eariler models did have some kinks in them that the later models had ironed out....make sure the car had proper service and had andy mechanical issues resloved....i would pay a little more for aclean car...even a 2000 with say 10-15k miles with a good service record and clean ppi...130k would be a good reasonable price...i wouldnt pay more and you could get it forless...the99s can be had in the 105-120 range...
     
  4. buzduz74

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    Just bought one with 2000 miles 2000 for 141500 after 9 months of looking. Ya got to go by condition and miles and color combo. Never seen one for 130,000
    Buzz
     
  5. PCH

    PCH F1 Rookie

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    Typically you're right. However, I have seen advertised US '99 cars with 15-20K miles for 120-130K. As I have not physically seen these cars I can't comment on condition or history. Also, because most of the potential F-buyers are extremely miles conscious, I do believe there are some good higher mileage cars that can be bought at very fair prices.
     
  6. DodgeViper01

    DodgeViper01 F1 Veteran

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    Yes they can be. I have seen HIGH mileage cars go nice and cheep. I just saw a guy selling his 03 spider with 20,000 miles on it after only ONE year. Damn!!

    On another topic I just saw a 01 Diablo for sale with 42,000 miles.
     
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  8. asianbond

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    Could never understand this obssesion with keeping the mileage low, for god sakes its a car like any other car and was meant to be driven.

    Still looking.
     

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