I knew there was a problem when I saw not one but THREE Ferraris at the domestic auctions on Friday. I've seen three at this auction in the past 2 years. Granted, most of these are Ford/Chevy dealers who took Ferraris in on trade a year ago, and are now pooping bricks. There were three: a 2003 360- car went for $97K (rough car, paint on the hood and rear 1/4 panel) a 1999 (or maybe 98) 355 Spider for $44K and the killer? A 2006 F430 went for $152K. The 430 was red/tan And if that wasn't bad enough, a Gallardo went for at $79K. 19K miles, no paint, fresh service, fresh tires. Don't know the year. If anyone is interested I can get auction results and point in the direction- but mostly it was mouth-drooling wholesalers praying for a car they could buy $20K below book for a quick flip. I saw 2006 Ford Expeditions for $8500. And there was an Audi R8 for MSRP, no sale. And a Nissan GT-R that sold no reserve @ just $1000 over MSRP. Holy bottom-falling out batman! If you are liquid right now, you can get some high end inventory!