Originally Posted by landrovered
Sounds to me like you are planning on enjoying this process. It is nice when everyone comes to you, an enviable position no doubt but I have a feeling your deal would be too asymetrical for my tastes.
I am keeping an eye out for a deal on a 360 modena coupe in grigio alloy with manual gearbox but am in no hurry to get there. The price is only coming down for these with every new model year.
I am not sure what you mean by asymetrical, but how can I give a price ( nonetheless in a public forum ) when I am not sure what your trade is exactly ( other than being a 110 ). I don't think it gets any easier than this, i.e " Hey Gustavo I have this 110 with XYZ, how about I give you my car and $ XXXXXX, what do you think? "
As far as an enviable position , I have none, sorry if I gave you that impression.
Maybe the prices come down rapidily, but Ferrari are like many other vehicles , option galore to dictate prices, not to mention service history et all.
I know you can bring Manheim MMR report up , and address the examples in there, those examples could be in many forms ( I know one of them for a fact ) as Dealers dump them before closing doors, full of paint, optionless, recorless, etc.
The bottom line is, She is sitting in my garage, hardly gets used, I will not ruin her as a daily driver ( a 308 I would ), so all I want is, if someone has a 110 that is thinking of letting go and think as well it would be nice to get a 360, then it could be a perfect fit for both.
I am not expecting full retail but neither wholesale.
As per your statement, it appears you want a Coupe 6speed manual and mine is a Spider F1, and like you I am in no rush at all, is she goes I will be happy and if she stays I would feel the same way.
If you want to pursue this further, give me a call, if not , thank you for your intentions
Originally Posted by cgalpin
Ok, I'll put in my bid. A 1984 110 in remarkable condition, and 2 pesos. Ok, 3.
Jennie ( I apologize if I called her wrong ) is way more valuable than my upscale Fiat , couldn't do that to you