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    best used ferrari?

    well i am finally successful enough to buy an f-car. i was thinking ~2000 360 modena... cash. thoughts?

    i have a 99 cosmos m3 coupe

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    Putting this in general automotive.

    It just depends on what you want to spend. If your budget is under $100k then a 360 makes sense.

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    oh really, well what the $#@! would you get, balla?

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    I'm simply saying it's all about budget. I'm not sure what you want to spend.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by louis redfoot Click here to enlarge
    well i am finally successful enough to buy an f-car. i was thinking ~2000 360 modena... cash. thoughts?

    i have a 99 cosmos m3 coupe
    Why an older f-car?

    2000 F360's are asking around $70K-ish, quite a few better performing cars for that money...not sure that matters to you though...is it more about just owning one?

    not trying to be rude just understanding your motives...I really like ferrari's and the 360 is beautifully designed.

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    You can find higher mileage F430s in the 100-120k range.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by tofunin Click here to enlarge
    You can find higher mileage F430s in the 100-120k range.
    If spending $100k definitely opt for the F430 over the 360.

    It's one of the best Ferrari designs of all time plus better with maintenance.

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    I would save up another $50K more (~$150K) and get a used F458....if you are set on getting a Ferrari.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bowser330 Click here to enlarge
    I would save up another $50K more (~$150K) and get a used F458....if you are set on getting a Ferrari.
    Well that's the game, isn't it? Then save up a little more an get a used 488. Then just wait for the next one...

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    In that price range (~80-120k) I would get a 575m, but I prefer the GT style more. Its really about what you feel will make you the happiest.

    I agree with the F430>360 sentiment.
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