Hello all! I'm about to put in an offer on a slightly loved 2015 California T with just under 2k miles on it. The car has a clean car history report, one previous owner, a few months left on factory warranty, needed a replacement side marker when it was traded-in, and just wrapped up it's yearly maintenance at the local Ferrari dealership. It has a number of upgrades (I'm only personally missing the diamond seats) and according to the dealership an original MSRP of $259k, although for some reason the car report shows $199k The ask is around $165k. This year there was a factory recall: Report Receipt Date: 07-07-2015 NHTSA Campaign: 15V433000 Manufacture: Ferrari North America, Inc. Ferrari North America, Inc. (fna) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2015 Ferrari 458 Italia, 458 Spider, 458 Speciale, 458 Speciale A, California T, Ff, F12 Berlinetta, And Laferrari Vehicles Manufactured December 19, 2014, To April 29, 2015. The Affected Vehicles May Be Equipped With A Driver Side Air Bag Module That Was Improperly Assembled. This Can Cause The Air Bag To Deploy In A Rotated Orientation. Suggestions? I think the ask price is somewhat fair, but will look to negotiate slightly. I will check on the status of the factory recall. Any idea why a car report would show a lower MSRP versus what the dealer reports? I used a free car report tool. Maybe that's the issue What questions should I ask the dealer that I don't have outlined here? Thank you in advance for taking the time to read this and for your input.