After many years it looks like I'll be taking the plunge back into Ferrari ownership (after a brief 308GT4 interlude many years back). I like maintaining and fixing cars just as much as driving them and a 'Ferrari for fun' idea considering price, bhp, possibility of big + expensive mistakes etc., is leading me down the path to a 348TS. A '94 GTS (320bhp) would be nice but is getting out of the price bracket where it would be FUN to own it and fix it There are some apparent 'bargains' out there with high mileage (100,000km/60,000miles). What could be the big wallet-buster on these cars? When is the engine no longer 'revivable'? I've seen virtually no posts on Gearbox/Diff/Driveshafts/Steering rack. Engine stripping etc. would be no problem to me, but maybe a Ferrari gearbox is not a good item to learn on!