A couple of months ago, I purchased a 1986 Ferrari Mondial 3.2 Coupe from Mark Harvey ("Mark C Harvey" here on FChat). He had purchased the car about a year prior from its original owner in California, drove it cross-country to CT, and wrote about his trip here. I already own a 1988 3.2 Coupe, with 4500 miles, in utterly factory-new condition, that I love dearly. Problem is, as with all perfect low mile cars, I don't want to drive it, even though I have done a few hundred miles since I bought it. Certainly, though, not a car to take on an almost-3,000 mile road trip. But I dearly love the 3.2 Coupe, so when I saw Mark's post about his higher mileage car, even though he had later decided not to sell it, I couldn't resist trying to pry it from his hands. When the car arrived, it was exactly as Mark had described it to be, and I couldn't be happier with the purchase. The paint is all original except for the passenger door. AC compressor wasn't installed but was included. General condition was what you would expect for a California-kept 58K mile Mondial; it's certainly not a concours queen, but that's also not what I wanted. Lots of rock chips on the front, some dents, etc. meant this was a car that I could drive without worry. Because I share space with a top-notch service facility for these cars, Specialty Car Solutions, I couldn't resist going through the car and making it as good as I could, both mechanically and cosmetically, as well as taking care of issues that needed to be resolved before the trip to Scottsdale. I stripped the seats and carpets out of the interior. Full Leatherique treatment on the seats and all leather in the cockpit. Carpets were steam cleaned. Every nook and cranny was cleaned. SCS went through the entire AC system, got a new compressor (but used the pulley from the original one), new receiver/dryer, made sure the system held vacuum, and charged it up. Blows ice cold (38 degrees at the vents) now. I repaired the fan speed switch; had to pull apart the entire center console to get to the little 1A fuse on the control, but now it works perfectly. ALL fluids were changed: oil, transmission, coolant flush, brake fluid flush/bleed, etc. Replace brake flex hoses. Tested charging system. Replaced leaking oil cooler hose. New O2 sensor. And, because I've had multiple Mondials, I headed off electrical issues by replacing all fuses and relays, cleaning the fusebox thoroughly, tightening the pins in the connectors, cleaning all ground points, and installed a relay next to the starter. Yes, I know a new fusebox is the way to go, but everything was working just fine, so I'll do that at a later point.