For all those who have experienced/owned a 2+2 Ferrari, which one is the best? I plan to use the car on weekends, short trips, and some commuting. I'd say 6k miles/year, with two adults and a small child. Listed below are a few, and I'd appreciate your opinions and experiences with the following models. 308GT4: Probably too old/impractical for what I want to use it for, although I've heard that they are nice to drive. They look to be a little cramped for a real 2+2. I don't think my wife would go for it based on looks, but they definitely are affordable, if such a thing exists in Ferrariland. Mondial 3.2 Coupe: Very similar to the GT4, IMO. Maybe more reliable, certainly newer, and not much more to buy. Don't care for the interior, it still looks cramped. Mondial T Coupe: I like the interior much better, but they are very rare. Finding one which would be in good condition may be a challenge. Why buy a coupe if you can get a convertible for about the same $$. Mondial T Convertible: I know the the back seats are much more cramped than the coupe. I don't plan on any adults sitting back there, so it may not be a problem. How much luggage space does it really have though? Would three people be able to pack for an overnight trip? I'm used to packing for a motorcycle, where 3 days luggage fits in a one cubic foot volume. My wife, however, is more like Mrs. Howell from Gilligan's island, bringing things just in case she needs them. Of all the ones listed so far, this would be my pick. Ferrari 456: I've read that early cars had window problems, and to correct it was $11k or some absurd amount. What other problems do these have? It seems that the front-engined layout would lend itself to easier maintenance. Maintenance bills should be lower, aside from 50% more cylinders for valve adjustments, right? So what is involved with a 15k and 30k? Love the understated looks of the 456, Sera Blue with Tan Interior please. Unless these are time-bombs with inherit flaws, it would be worth waiting an extra year to save for the higher initial purchase price. They look to have more trunk space than any mid-engine also. Ferrari 456 GTA: The automatic would allow my wife to drive it if she wanted, although I've read that rebuilding the transmission requires a second mortgage if you can find parts. On second thought, I'd rather there not be a debate about who was driving the Ferrari today, so scratch this one, gimme a stick. 2003 Maserati Coupe: It doesn't sport a Cavallino Rampante, but it appears to have all of the advantages of the 456 with less of the downsides of ownership. They seem to depreciate in value faster than candy canes after Christmas, so wouldn't it be best to wait a couple of years and buy one for $50k rather than $90k new? What is the maintenance schedule? They look relatively maintenance-free by Ferrari standards. Does the Cambriocorsa transmission have some of the same clutch wear issues as the early Ferrari F1's? If so, I'll stick with a stick, although they seem to be more difficult to find. Thanks in advance for the information and opinions. F-chatters are the best.