Ferrari F360 Modena (1999 – 2005) Review

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Ferrari F360 Modena (1999 – 2005) At A Glance

5/5

+Regarded as even better than F355. More modern looking.

-Ferrari maintenance costs. 3 year timing belt changes.

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At what age do tyres need replaced?
"I've just bought a 2003 Ferrari 360. The tyres are the originals, so 17 years old. They have around 2mm of tread left and cracks between the treads. The seller will not replace them as the car passed its MoT. Are they safe?"
The car is running on 17-year-old tyres. No, this is not safe. The rubber compound degrades over times as it is exposed to the elements and, after 17-years, these tyres will be in a very poor state. All tyres should be replaced every 10-years. The dealer should pay for the replacement tyres or take the car back and give you a full refund. For your consumer rights, see: https://www.honestjohn.co.uk/how-to-reject-a-car-your-consumer-rights
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Tangled web?
"I am thinking about buying a Ferrari 360 Spider (2004) to drive about 3,000 miles per annum. The car has done 12,000 miles from new and in very good condition. Are there any pitfalls with this model that I should be aware of?"
Don't buy unless it has recently been checked over by a specialist such as DK Engineering and unless it has recently had its cambelts replaced. More: www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/ferrari/f360-modena-1999/ Sorry, not a big entry due to lack of reader feedback, but it does link to excellent specialists.
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