40 to 80K prices were LAST years low prices. These cars were a relative bargain, Ferrari prices for almost all the older cars went up. I'd bet you can find a nice 1990 car for 100k to 125K today. Certainly there's a huge spread right now in prices, but I'd bet 200K 1990 Testarossas would be a tough sale unless they were fully serviced, low miles, perfect cars. I have two TRs so I kind of watch them. But I'm not a dealer, and I could be totally out to lunch. You might check out the Testarossa section of Ferrari chat. Values are discussed adnauseam. I think the auctioneers statement that they aren't in high demand is false. For 40k to 80K I'd say RIGHT NOW there would be a HUGE demand. At 150K to 200K the demand would be MUCH lower, but still there.