A few years back I bought a pristine 1989 328 GTS with 10,500 miles. Absolutely love it. And I take proper care of it...., major service (2018) climate control storage, yearly professional detailing (quick plug for Matt at Detailing Dynamics- Long Island-extraordinary). Recently fitted with a new Tubi and straight pipe (another quick plug, this one for Universal Auto Sports... Joe and Luigi do all the work on this car- phenomenal) .... yes I kept the original exhaust and cats. Long story short, this an immaculate, well cared for, much loved Ferrari. A fantastic example of a fantastic car. As such, I drive it.... in fact I put 2,000 miles on it in my first year. After a bit of reflection over concerns about piling up mileage, it occurred to me, as I later explained to my wife, the only way to save this Ferrari would be...... to buy another Ferrari! (It was pretty much like that scene in Monty Python Holy Grail "....another shrubbery!"). The thinking was that I would buy a well sorted for car that I could drive w/out reflection or concern about miles... thus saving the 328. What a rare and beautiful thing it is when practicality dictates the purchase of a Ferrari. So I found a 1990 Mondial t and took possession in March of 2017.... also immaculate and with only about 14,000 miles. Ditto the care, service, attention above, including the Tubi (but w/out the straight pipe which is not advisable on a Mondial t and a major isn't necessary until at least another year). What a great car....so misunderstood, so underrated, so much fun to drive and so undeserving of anything but praise. So great is the Mondial t that the reasoning behind its purchase has been put into question because this car cannot be asked to accumulate all the miles in deference to any other car. The point being is that I love them both. Today the 328 has approximately 14,500 miles and the Mondial about 17,500. Both are in near perfect condition (For each I paid a premium for AAA condition which I strive to maintain). The market for 328s has cooled a bit, but Mondials (especially the t) are finally getting some market attention and appreciation. So therein lies the conundrum..... whether to favor one car over the other in terms of keeping miles low. i.e, which car has the brighter value future? Now I don't have the budget or room for a third Ferrari. While I can afford the cars I have, I can't entirely dismiss thoughts about value or future values. So I put the question to the diverse, knowledgeable, and spectacularly opinionated F-Chat community. Please let me know your thoughts and comments.