Trying to summarize some take-always from Fchat concerning the cost to repair all that is prone to fail on a Testarossa. Let me know if any of these amounts are wrong. The costs assume a very competent, high quality, independent garage (not a dealer, no DIY). I've done my own brake pads, and fluids; but there's no way I'm doing an engine out solo! The need for a budget like this is critical for any new owner. In my case, I plan to hold it for 30-40 years, and drive about 2000 miles a year. That's up to 80,000 miles of additional miles I'll be putting on her. Driving a car is the best thing for it mechanically! It's actually a major drawback to see so many ultra low mileage cars! Whether the car has low or high miles, it seems like the following service will certainly be required at some point over 80,000 miles (a low miles car because it wasn't driven much, and a high miles car because we don't know how it was driven or cared for). So either way, a new owner needs to plan for this. Not included is $2000/year for routine service, including a major engine out every 5 years. Engine rebuild 50,000 EFI, fuse box 10,000 Transmission/clutch rebuild 10,000 Diff rebuild 6,000 Major belt service 7,500 A/C renew (134a convert) 5,000 Let me know if I am off on any of the above, or let's add a range of values (min-max) for each.