Hi Alan, you are correct, and thanks for these price points. I didn't make myself clear - in Q1 and Q2 2015, asking prices continued on a sharp upward trend (that had started the previous year, before that the rises were gentler) and as the early parts of this thread show, continued doing so into 2016, although there were far fewer cars around and asking prices became silly and buyers dried up. Peak Maranello (for the non-SA cars) happened sometime in 2016. The real collectors' cars, like low miles manual SA HGTCs, are among the few Ferraris that have carried on rising, now nudging a million US/Euros. These may have taken over from the Daytona as collectible V12 Ferraris. Daytonas, as well as BBs, Testarossas, 275s, and numerous other V12 models, have been hit harder than Maranellos. It seems more modern cars have been hit less hard, but it's hard to generalise: 360 CS have remained strong, 430 Scuderias have gone down, manual 599s and 430s remain strong, etc. There's not a lot of logic to it, it seems strange that a standard 993 Turbo with 25k miles fetches more than a 550 of the same era, meanwhile a good F1 575 may now fetch less than a "unloved" water cooled 996 Turbo S from the same year. Which seems strange to me.