So there was a thread over the weekend somewhere, where a guy posted that anything with more than 1,000 cars wasn’t a true collectible. I thought this was a silly statement because it ignores the demand part of the supply/demand equation. But it did get me thinking, what was the last stand alone production model with less than 1,000 units, including variants? Including variants means that a Daytona Spider belongs with the Daytona, the 365 Boxer belongs with Boxers, all Mondials are together, the 512TR and M are together with the Testarossas, etc. And the term regular production means cars like the F50. Enzo, LaFerrari, etc don’t count. In my noggin, I think the 365 GTC/4 is the latest car I know, with a production right around 500 cars from the early 70s. And considering the rarity, there is no premium on them….lack of demand I guess.