It's time for us to entertain this question again. I'm looking at '98 and '99 F355 Berlinettas (6-speed manual only). [Not for myself! For someone else ] I found one with a little over 20,000 miles. I'm thinking that once the odometer crosses 30,000 miles (say, in one year), the wholesale value of this car will drop even more--down to the low- to mid-60s, which puts the retail (private) value just around 70K. Your thoughts? I know that a Ferrari that has been driven is better than a garage queen. I know all about that. However, dealers don't seem to really be discounting 355s with over 20,000 miles. What do you guys think about the market value of a 355 with over 20,000 miles? With over 30,000 miles? Assume for now and for the future that the car is in "excellent" shape, has had recent service, and is generally "well sorted," to borrow a phrase from this site. We can talk 355s in general or key in on '98 and '99 Berlinetta 6-speeds, or both.