Thinking about getting your first Ferrari? Well, as unrealistic as it may seem now, let us tell you- there is a way!
One year ago, $50,000 worth of Ferrari would seem like a lot, but if we compare the prices day by day until the present time, the cost is only getting bigger. You may even think that that money deal will be a better deal if buying a Mustang GT.
Because all theories are better with examples let’s start with what we think is the most affordable car for you Ferrari-wise- The F355.
The theory we are working on started in 2014, when all calculations were made in order to result in a Ferrari F355 purchase for under $40,000.
Even though manual vehicles are first choice of many, the car market shows otherwise.
At the moment, it is practically unimaginable to find a F355 for the 2014 price – regardless of its condition and background.
To put it simply, even if you invested $8000 for a new engine every five years, you would still be far away from actually buying a F355.
Let’s not kid ourselves and admit that any handmade Ferrari is worth having, if in good shape and at a decent price. Ferrari 308s, 348s, 360s, and F430s are all appreciating at an alarming pace, with manual transmissions getting rightfully snagged up by the well-to-do nouveau-riche.
Although all these are still far from the desired price, and cost approximately $50,000, it could be very doable to get one of these if all the right investments and sacrifices were made- which basically includes sleeping out in the open and eating $1 pasta.
Be wise, and understand that this may be a rare deal of a lifetime. It is also a deal that is unfair to pass on.
The ideal period for buying a Ferrari was probably five years ago. The next ideal period is right now. Make money, do what you gotta do and get prepared to own a Ferrari beast and boast to your friends.
It is one of the risks that will make worth your