I thought it would be fun to post a list of the Ferrari's I feel have aged the best over the years, and see the lists of others as well. By "aged the best" I mean specifically which designs look better now than they did when they were new. You can explain why or not, up to you. I'm also sticking to normal production models but you can list any Ferrari. Name your top 3... My top Ferrari's that have aged the best over the years - 1) 400i 2) Early Mondial coupes (8 or QV) 3) 365 GTC/4 I thought the 400i was too stately as a kid. Now it seems extremely elegant and yet very masculine. I always liked the Mondial but speaking objectively, the car has aged better than most. It was an odd car when new, but now it's oddness is rather iconic of an era. It also suffered a lot from unimaginative photography and looks better in real life, and in modern photos - which seem to indicate that over time people started noticing the aggressive nature of the car from various angles. Same thing with the c/4. The bumpers and hunchback can look awkward in photos, but in real life you see how they pull you into the rest of the design, like bridges in a song. Honourable mention to 308 Dino. I also appreciate the 308 GT/4 more now than I did as a kid, but I also always kind of liked it. Two bonus categories if you'd like- Which 3 designs have remained timelessly beautiful throughout the years? 1) 275 GTB shortnose. Never not the most elegant Ferrari. 2) 365 GTS/4. Still the most beautiful convertible ever made...even more so than the 275 NART spyder, imo. 3) 246 Dino GT. One of the all time most beautiful car designs. Hands down. Which 3 designs have aged the worst? 1) 308 GTB/GTS. 2) 355 3) 430 The 308's are still beautiful but they seem more awkwardly angular and less curvy than they did to me as a kid. The 355 was very of it's time but it seems to have suffered the fate of too many 90's cars and now looks a little under-designed. Too indistinguishable from other cars of the era, IMO. The 430 is a nice looking car but it's too in between what preceeded it and followed it. The 360 and the 458 both seem like purer, truer versions of themselves.