I have always been fascinated by watching the values of Ferraris and what they do over time. Well OK, all cars actually, but Ferraris in particular. In around 1979, my dad purchased a rusted out, but otherwise quite nice, 1963 250 GTE from a fellow a few blocks from us for $6000. My dad was in the middle of restoring it when my parents divorced. My mom was awarded the car in the divorce and promptly sold the car for $3,000. These cars are now in the deep into six figures $$$. In around 1980, my dad and I passed on a burgundy Dino here that was in decent shape for $14,000. In around 2001, I happened onto a local 1982 308 GTSi that I bought for $20K. That car was never quite correct, but fun nonethless. I sold it on eBay about a year later for $27K. I think the mid $40s and even higher is where these are at now. In the same year, I bought quite a nice 1990 348TS for $42K with a fresh service. I sold it for around the same money a year later. I think mid to high $50s is where these cars are now. In 2003, I bought a yellow 348TS for $37K that needed a major, so I was in that car for around $43K. I sold it a couple years later for $45. It is interesting that when I was looking at 348s in the high 30s and low 40s, a much newer 360 was in the $120K and up range. Now, the cars are close to even money. Ferraris are like aged wine. After a period of 20 years, they do nothing but go up in value. I think that's kind of cool.