Eventually Serviced

It has taken two months but my 360 was finally ready to collect. Obviously when service centres started to open at the beginning of June, everybody descended upon them to get their cars serviced and in the world of Ferrari, my 360 is pretty low on the priority list. The top of the list being reserved for those lucky people ordering their cars from the factory all shiny and new. And just as I predicted, our house moving date is now here.

I always knew that this service was going to be pricey, but unfortunately I wasn’t expecting it to cost quite as much as it did. Having said that, everything necessary to keep the car on the road was undertaken, with cosmetic items being deferred until next year. Regrettably, with our house move now only a few days away, the only option was to put the car back into storage as I trade the Ferrari for a Transit van—such a rock-n-roll life. That all said, once we’re settled, the search can commence for somewhere local to east Northamptonshire for storage and servicing.

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