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def not gonna buff out...
yeh thats more than a 105k car
Nope wasnt this weekend
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unfort i was driving so cldnt snap pics but got to see a 355, a 308, and a testarossa all on one day, and all in red. have to say those cars still...
I own probably the cleanest one in the usa w 4k mikes and the undercarriage looks like when it left the factory. Im told id be lucky to get 80k.
It’s not 47k anymore- it’s closer to 20k now
thats pretty much how/why ferruccio decided to start lamborghini - pretty sure it was over a clutch job
i heard wide world has a very nice low mile red one available
Here is what these need:
ive owned my car for 8 years. the original warranty expired in 2015. for 5 years ive paid no warranty so thats $35k in my pocket. looks like im...
the ff gets about 4 to 5k. some of them less than 200 per year....
perfect, i will no longer reply. i will take my 12 ferraris and 20 years of ownership, my 33k mile FF ive owned since new, and i will keep all...
im not following your question - obviously the f12 doesn't have a ptu so that risk is zero for that car. the only car that has a ptu is the FF/lusso
less than 3 percent of ptus have needed to be replaced is my guess...
no need to have warranty.
it should probably come down to expected miles. at 4k a year and less, no warranty. at 10k miles a year then maybe its...
at 7k a year its largely a suckers bet. just self insure and pay IF it happens. burning 21k for 3 years is not worth it...
havent had a rattle from there but the rear ceiling lights will rattle and drive you nuts!