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Discussion in '360/430' started by RichardCH, Aug 18, 2011.

  1. jet

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  2. Mattyrae

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    I was going to wait until the GT2 showed, do you want photos of the 360, Esprit and CLK63 together? I could also put the 930 and RX-7 in the photo too if you would like, but they wouldn't be clean, I really don't feel like washing them.
     
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  5. h2oskier

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    As you became less scared of it you mean?

    I always tell my friends the day im not scared to push my CGT to my limits im selling it.
     
  6. zakeen

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    here here.....
     
  7. Bill S

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    I agree.

    The very fast new cars don't scare you so much, so the computer needs to kick in to help keep you alive.

    I guess being "scared" and "thrill" may mean the same thing. The Scuderia is less scary (and thrilling) than a CGT. It's hard to believe it was worth more than a CGT for a year or two. But the Scud's still a great car.

    The Enzo's scarier than the CGT, and the F40 is scarier than that.
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  8. Mattyrae

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    There's a couple yellow bullets! :) CGT has got the sound, love that V10! Never driven one, but I am not too fond of the position of the shifter. Nice collection. I have always wondered by the wheel caps on one side are red, and the other side light blue? Do you know the reason for this?
     
  9. Mattyrae

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    OMG, lol. Who cares. We have the low price currently for a Scuderia. It is $169k with about 14k miles, a 2008 Yellow.
     
  10. Bill S

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    Yes. One side tightens clockwise and the other counter-clockwise. So the colors help prevent mixing up the different nuts.
     
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    Nobdy could have said it better - I really like FChat but some posters really put me over the edge with their lack of knowledge and lack of respect for others' feeling
     
  12. canadianferrarista

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  13. zakeen

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    Im just entertained on everyone's thoughts on the prices of Scuderia's :D

    and Im not a fan of Porsche's........

    Here in EU, every week there are more and more F430's coming on the market. Currently 528 on Mobile.de Thats a huge number and great choice. Its a buyers market over here.

    Scuderia's, their prices have not dropped. There are a few more on the market. But no where as many as the F430's.

    CS v's Scud..... Being a Scud fan, the CS's I believe have held their value better then the scud's have.

    Non collectible cars will always drop in value, but Collapsing is a wrong word and not what I would have used. Thats going on the extreme.
     
  14. MikeR397

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    I think collapsing is the right word for cars with $300k+ stickers that are going used with 6k miles for $185k two years later. Guess that is about 35% depreciation in two years which is common for many cars, but usually not so much with ferrari and their track geared cars.
     
  15. Russell996

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    For the moment the Scud is a victim of the success of the 458 and the need to have the latest car for many wealthy owners. Many owners trading up has caused a glut in the Market and as always supply and demand dictates price. At the beginning of the year in the UK there were about 25 Scuds for sale, currently there are only 6 as most owners have now taken delivery of their 458's. Low supply will firm up prices, it is an absolutely iconic car which currently represents a great value opportunity.
    CS went through a similar dip in prices and we can all see where that has led! Prices have risen £20k in 3 years in the UK.
     
  16. canadianferrarista

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    Agreed.
    It may not be common for the track geared Scuderia, but it makes it a very good opportunity for future Scuderia owners to get into the market.
    I am not wealthy by any means.....but I would buy a used Scuderia whereas, I could not afford to buy a new one.
    I may look at getting one in a couple of years.....Scud vs CS.....tough choice.....;)
     
  17. canadianferrarista

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    Bill, I see some guys like to advertise the word "Scuderia" when describing a 430.......I am not sure why they do.
    But the Scud and CS price gap seems to be narrowing.
    Both great cars for their own reasons.......I would have one of each if I could somehow trade my Barchetta and 05 575M.......;)
     
  18. Bill S

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    You're right. I should have read the fine print (and year)! That's not a Scuderia. Post it deleted.
     
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    Gold wheels and no stripe, with that mileage, I wont pay more than $175k today. Great car.

    If somebody buys it, I would exchange my Titanium wheels for the Gold ones, I like the Gold wheels. I have 2 sets of gold wheels in the garage.
     
  21. koukir32

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    I agree somewhat, however, upon closer look, this particular car has the very nice upgrade of Exterior Carbon pkg, front centre lip? and Carbon headlight and rear Carbon diffusor, and interior have the front wheel well wrapped in Alcantera as well. I believe those are more than enough to compensate the missing strip right?
     
  22. MikeR397

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    $8k stripe, lol, only Ferrari :). I guess I'm glad I prefer the cars without a stripe.

    BTW, the lowest Scud I've seen still is the black one I posted above with simlar milage for $172k ask in Manheim. $182.5k public ask is very competitive right now.
     
  23. Mattyrae

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    Yes the carbon package was a very expensive option. Read somewhere that 2009's came standard with it? Pretty good offer F430 made though to exchange the gold wheels for gray one's. If the car is still available in a month, and I end up not liking the GT2, I might jump at that offer.
     
  24. Bendrover

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    I looked at an 09' today with 4K on it. Very nice car (RC red w/ stripe) pretty clean. Thought it would be worth 180-185K. Was told that it will sale around the 200K mark. I have been looking for sometime now and I really don't see how it will bring that kind of money. I could be wrong though.

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