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Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by tonyh, Sep 19, 2005.
Does anyone know how many official RHD UK cars were imported and what colour breakdown was?
I was told by Meridion a couple of months ago it was 105 thought that was a lot as you dont see many .no idea on the colours .
Still hankering for one the Tony ?
I was told when I bought mine that the Uk allotment was 90 and from that 55 were going to Maranello sales. Don't know how true this is though.
Thank you, gents. I've asked our resident Maranello superstar Macolm if he could kindly find out the truth And yes, Ray
119 Uk cars
58 Rosso Scuderia
not sure of the rest of the colour breakdown
Total production was 119
Argento Nurburgring 4
Blu Tour De France 10
Giallio Modena 3
Grigo Titanio 1
Nero DS 1
Nero Daytona 5
Nuovo Nero Daytona 10
Rosso Corsa 27
Rosso Scuderia 58
So what colour you you looking for Tony?
Top man, Malcolm . TDF Dave
And out of the 10 TDF ones how many had the tan interior you want? There might only be a couple of em in the country?
I've seen 3 so far....
Was in a dealers last week and told that TDF in now very out! Can't sell them on a 360
So make sure it's at the right price even on a CS
Cheers Dave. I won't be pulling trigger till price drops.
Still firing blanks then lol.
don't you worry about my bullets, m8
How about LHD?
360 Modena Stradale Challenge
04/04, Tour De France Blue, tan leather, wing shields, factory sat nav, LHD with only 5000 kms, just been serviced, huge saving on new. £91,950. Tel 07970 450000. (8/2005)
is it registered here and the vat paid
Dunno - I copied this from the FOC site.
Get off my back ....
Ken , RHD only for me
I guessed that. Nice car for someone who doesn't mind LHD.
i would have a left hooker, better driving position and no diff with paddles
When do you reckon thats gonna be? Not suggesting your wrong, but with only a handful in teh country and no more that 12 for sale at any one time can't see them dropping by much?
put it this way, the Graypaul car is offered significantly below what they're asking for it at the mo.
That dozen equates to 10% of the total UK production.As these cars get older, values are going to drop rapidly, remember, maintenance costs on a CS are even more stupid than on a "standard" 360, c/c brakes, c/f bits and pieces etc.And as the cars get older, and sold on by the original "sod the expense" type owners, they will get even more neglected. Once the production date of the 430 "CS" is announced, watch the price plummet! The one owner 360 CSs will be traded in for the new model, and the old model will be priced to reflect that there is a better car available.
Remember also that these cars have limited appeal, both on the grounds of cost, and practicality!They are a stripped out "racer", noisy, harsh and short on creature comforts.A std 360 Modena or Spider has appeal to a much wider market.
Don't even think about the F40 argument, that glorious car was SO different from the std car it was "based" on, and more importantly wasn't superceded by an evolution model.
Good point. I was of the impression they would stay pretty firm as they are a very special car. If they came down to a sensible level (75K) I'd buy one. Sounds like that may be soone then i anticipated then!
how much then?