Wayne and others.... having read so many threads about the merits of this and that individual vintage Ferrari over the last year, I would be interested in your own view of THE SINGLE best vintage (shall we say pre 1970) Ferrari of the lot. Not just in terms of value - but a combination of provenance, historical significance, originality, plus the mechanical and design-related merits of the car itself. I know it's impossible to single just one car out - but give it a shot anyway. (Perhaps one racer and road car). I'd be interested... Thanks, John PS I think my own personal choice would be (of the racers) the last of the three (?) original 64 bodied GTOs, and (among the road cars) the first of the two (?) alloy-bodied 275 GTS/4s, as seen on The Thomas Crown affair. Any offers....?