I am working on purchasing an F40 from a private party in NY, and had the car inspected by Wide World of Cars. The compression test, leakdown, and inspection report came back mostly clean, except for a note that says: "Slight oil leak left valve cover / cam area" I asked the seller (a private party) to email me a photo of the area, and I got the following: http://ferrari.stevejenkins.com/downloads/104_0444.JPG http://ferrari.stevejenkins.com/downloads/104_0445.JPG http://ferrari.stevejenkins.com/downloads/104_0446.JPG I forwarded the photos to a local mechanic that I know, and he replied: "Steve - left you a voicemail. Regarding the oil leak on the F40: as you can see on the photo, the leak is caused by an "O" ring behind the cam seal and also from the cam cover gasket on that corner (may be pinched or ripped). Its been leaking on the alternator and also on photo 0444 its been leaking onto the frame. The leak has been there a while and will get worse, not better. Please call me at the shop next week after you roadtest and look at it. We can discuss more." Any experts want to chime in as to what they are seeing? The service manager at WWoC seemed to think it's an issue that wouldn't need to be addressed until the next "major" - but my gut is telling me to second some second (and third) opinions. Comments?