I understand that financing a Ferrari is not the ideal method of obtaining a Ferrari but.............I am quickly running out of time on this mortal coil. Having raised a couple of great kids alone, and after paying for two college educations, real-life pretty much destroyed any hope of my saving enough cash in my remaining lifetime to be able to pay cash for my dream car. I have finally dug myself out from under a mountain of student loans and I am debt free besides a house payment. I currently drive a paid-off POS in order to save enough to afford a car payment. I have checked on the J.J.Best website and they have very good rates and long term financing. Does anyone have any experience with J.J. Best or another company that caters to people like myself that are tired of waiting and dreaming? I realize better than most that financing a depreciating asset, even a Ferrari, does not make much financial sense. I almost see this as a reward for my being a responsible person for most of my life and sacrificing just about everything in order for my kids to have a chance at a successful life of their own. If I am destined to work at a job I don't particularly enjoy for 10 more years until I retire, I would at least like to have a reason to go to work. Like someone said here a while back " Go for it.....you might be dead tomorrow" Suggestions?