I know this is a strange question but hear me out... I currently have a Gallardo 6speed Spyder, 1986 Alfa Romeo Spider, and Bentley Continental GT coupe. I have the Bentley for 7 years now so looking for a switch but have been putting it off. Since we are expecting a baby next year so I’m also potentially looking at a non-two seaters. I grew up in the Top Gear trio era so it is exciting to be able to buy these supercars at a steep discount. I’m not a big fan of buying new cars especially luxury SUVs. I just can’t bring myself spending big bux on SUV when there are other more exciting cars available... The plan is to trade in Alfa Romeo and Bentley for a different car as I don’t have garage space to store 3 vehicles. I shortlisted several dream cars: 1. Gen 1 Audi R8: AWD, cheapest of bunch, daily driver on snow 2. F430 spider. Fulfil the dream of owning a Ferrari and relive the moment watching Clarkson sliding this car at the Top Gear test track. $80k now and I think it will bottom out around $60k 3. Mclaren 650s/12c spider. Bargain price but horrible reliability 4. 2010-2012 Rolls Royce Ghost: potential daily driver and fits baby seat in the back? This is the only non mid engine car that excites me. Costs $100k now. Will it bottom out soon or it is going to be $50k in few years? The Bentley is actually an amazing car but I’m ready for a change after 7 years. I like the ghost for its practicality and coolness but I can’t shake off the feeling that I can have a F430 that will probably retains its value better than the ghost. On the flip side, since I live in a snowy weather, is it dumb to tie up two mid engine supercar for 5 months in storage while winter rages on? As for my S.O., she’s a car girl and actually drove my Gallardo more than I do lately. She’s cool with any choice I make. My parents also lives 2 minutes from me and have several SUV and truck I sometimes borrow... I’ll be paying cash and the goal is to not suffer huge depreciation because I’m looking to move into Aventador when the next gen comes out. Any thoughts?