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      09-01-2008, 03:17 PM   #9
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I'm going to go out on a limb here and say no. The F430 has a much more track focused agenda. The M3 is a much more balanced car, with a lot more street intention in its DNA. Its still a great sports car, but its heavier, softer, quieter, more comfortable, and less powerful. Due to its much lower price, a lot of the performance parts are going to be a bit cheaper. The M3 will give you a closer experience to it, than most other cars in the M's price range, but if you want the sensation of a Ferrari, you're gonna have to pony up. No pun intended.