Heya guys, Just wanted to say Hello to those who I don't know, and Hello to those who know me from another forum I am not a Ferrari owner... yet. But time is ticking away and it shall not be long until I am (I've had a goal of buying a Ferrari for my 25th birthday since I was 13). I drive a DC2 Integra Type R (which has seen 900+ laps around The Island, Calder, Winton and Wakefield) and a new Jeep Cherokee Ltd. I am very very serious about buying a Ferrari... well sorta. I have 13 months until I turn 25, and I might as well start making plans, so I was hoping you guys who own one (or more ) can shed some light on the experience. I am tossing up between a few options... although my fav Ferrari at the moment (out of the modern class) is a 360CS, the chances of finding one, let alone the $ to buy one is remote. Another car I am in love with is the Gallardo, but once again, it's same price as 360CS (cheaper actually) but a lot easer to get hold of. Now the "realistic" purchases... 1. 512TR (92-94) - love this car. Heard one, sat in one, never driven it. Love the sounds, concept, shape, etc etc etc. ALso love the "heritage" of the car. It's a classic (in my eyes anyway) and will hold status for life. I guess the question here is how much maintenance it requires... and I don't mean cost, more like ... will it be in the shop 1/2 the time. Also can it be taken to the track without issues? Any1 have experience with this one? 2. F355 GTS - I like the car, heard great things about it and love the idea of having a roof that comes off but still retains more of a hardtop feel than the spider. Any thoughts? 3. Maserati 4200 Spyder (new) - not a Ferrari as such I know, but the feel is there. I've driven this thing and it rocks. I drove the Cambricorsa (sp?) and loved it. Great shifts, nice ride (a bit too soft, but nothing that a/market suspension cannot fix ) and good power. Also has room for another 50 ponies with some simple tuning (from what I heard). The thing is the Spyder costs less than the 355, and is brand spankin' new. Great technology in it, but not a "Ferrari". With the new car I also know a way of importing it from NZ (where it's 80k cheaper) without paying tax. Once again, hello all, and thanks in advance for your responses.