Hey guys! New to the forum. Since I was a teenager, my dream car was owning a Ferrari F430. I feel like the stars have aligned. After a long search, I found the PERFECT F430! This car has been serviced through the same dealer in so. cal for the last 8 years! I was able to walk through the entire history of the car with the servicing dealer! The previous owner refinished all of the "sticky" buttons, he replaced the exhaust system with with a sport exhaust AND had the dealership install it!++ I currently am awaiting results of my PPI, but all the research on this car continues to point up. As it was very well maintained. PPF & no paint damage, pristine & meticulously kept inside & out. It only has 8500 miles, and it recently had a BIG service done in May changing out all the fluids; from the oil to the F1. They also noted the clutch was only at 17% wear life. I was astounded! I am coming from a Porsche 911, and I love that car. However, there is no way I can pass on owning my dream car! 911's have moved into a turbo-charged era that is not sitting well with me too. Hoping the PPI comes back with flying colors, as I am having them focus on a few things from my research on the car. Let me know if there is anything else you think they should look for: 1. Cracking exhaust manifold 2. Engine mount failure 3. Double check clutch (dealer confirmed 17% wear in May, 2020) 4. Double check sticky buttons (refinished in 2017) 5. Double check exhaust welds (sport exhaust added 2018) 6. Check for leaks obviously 7. Go over paint imperfections or other significant cosmetic wear Anything else you think they should look at?