The world has changed drastically. The purchaser of a Ferrari in the 50's/60's was a very different animal than today. They were much more exclusive in their heyday. Purchased by cognoscenti who had proper wealth and more importantly class. They had real disposable wealth. Not bubble payment clever finance. The cars had impeccable style back then. It was an innocent time as I reflect. There was no PC. Their image was not garish or flash. They were known for being to some degree troublesome and unreliable. That was what the general public thought and why all exotic cars plummeted in value before the world changed decided they were an asset to be invested in. Today a Ferrari is a mass produced machine. The brand has sold out and is associated with pens, computers, watches and clothing. The sort of chap that ordered road going SWB or (DB4 GT, Alfa GTA) is never to be repeated. The time has passed. If you want it back in your garage be prepared to spend a lot to experience it..