By Michael Sheehan
"Most often, $100,000 tends to be
the magic number for the first time Ferrari buyer. What follows is
a summary of the current market favorites in this price range,
along with some considerations that can help identify which car
might be right for you."
By L. Wayne Ausbrooks
"It's my feeling
that the introduction of the 550/575 models marked a return to the
grand touring line that ended with the 365 GTC/4 and not, as
claimed, an evolution of the Berlinetta theme and a throwback to
the front-engined 365 GTB/4 Daytona."
ED'S FACT-FREE DIET
By Edwin K. Niles
Ed Niles shares his experience of buying
and owning this '61 Comp SWB in 1966. Additional contributions from Ferrari
historian Marcel Massini and previous 2733 GT owner Ron Tredway
help to fill in the details.
Real or Imagined Gains?
By Erik Nielsen
"While most people my age had a poster of a Testarossa hanging on
their bedroom wall as a kid, dreams are one thing - looking at a
stack of invoices is something entirely different!"
By Jonathan Bird
"He led me into the
garage and there before me was something I had never seen before:
a two-post hydraulic car lift in someoneís home garage. 'Wow,' I
thought, 'Verell must be rich! Maybe I really donít have enough
money to own a Ferrari after all."
the Prancing Horse
By John Arba
guys repeated to me over and over that they were an F1 company
that made road cars. It was an inherent part of their culture. The
day would soon come, however, when F1, road car production and
licensing would be equal contributors to the company's bottom