I am a pretty experienced Ferrari owner who has owned about 15 such cars, including 458SA and Pista Spider. Maybe 10 V12s. I am tiring of the Ferrari new car and special versions merry go round. This is being accelerated by the current aggressive pricing policy and lack of residual value on all mainstream cars. The Pista Spider I have is softening fast. I am not proceeding with my 812 GTS, I had an 812. I think owning these lighting fast racy cars is going to be increasingly difficult in societal terms. I am thinking of signing off and keeping one car ultra long term (I have a daily driver). My budget is sub £400K. Ideally less. Am thinking of a 550 Barchetta, probably with an after market exhaust but otherwise Classiche. I know the roof is a joke but would only use on special days. It is analogue, manual V12, open top, lovely seats and modular wheels. Numbered car, Pininfarina angle. I turned a mint one down at about £150k 8/9 years ago, but need to get over it. UK RHD are £3/400,000 now but suspect room for a haggle. Thoughts incredibly welcome, on merits and residuals. No need to hold back. Thanks so much.