You have two 2007 Ferrari F430 Spiders one listed after the other. The first one with 24,571 miles you valued at $101,200 and next one with 16,430 miles that you value at $171,281. How can that be?

Asked by Apr 05, 2017 at 10:46 PM about the 2007 Ferrari F430 Spider F1 Spider

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You have two 2007 Ferrari F430 Spiders one listed after the other. The first one
with 24,571 miles you valued at $101,200 and next one with 16,430 miles that
you value at $171,281. How can that be?  

3 Answers

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I like one better than the other.

Who is I? And what does "liking" one identical car over the other have to do with subtracting $70,000 from the value of a $171,000 car because it has 8,000 more miles?

74,045

Ask the sellers! No one here has ANYTHING to do with selling or pricing cars.

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