Welcome to Flife.
So I get where your at, but not why you want a new Ferrari? What cars have you been into and have experience of? Did you have a favourite Fcar growing up or a Ferrari moment? Will you have time to use the car for more than just commuting, driving holidays (Cali) or track days (458) maybe? or is it a long promised reward for success? I think you need to have a clear idea of why you are buying an Fcar before you get to worried about the mechanics of it.
You seem to be some way down the line of a very well thought out life plan so it seems a little unrealistic to just jump into a Ferrari unless it represents a lifelong goal that you can now realise or a history with cars that has lead you to the pinical - Ferrari. If either of these are the case, then I would say do it and enjoy. But if you want a Ferrari because it tells everyone else you have arrived then there are cheaper ways to do that.
Which ever it is, I'd get bedded down in the new job, decide what you really want the car for, test drive a bunch of them to identify the model for you and think about whether its the right move and fits in with your lifestyle.
Well I will work Monday-Fri, around 50 hours a week.
A Ferrari has been a lifelong goal of mine. I always thought I'd only be able to afford a used one, never a new one.
My dad is a lifelong Porsche 911 driver, as he is on his 6th Carrera I believe, with the new 991 Reincarnation. I went to many events with my dad and his Porsche.
We were invited to a social gathering at his boss's wedding. When the wedding was over, the groom pulled up in a Red 1990 Ferrari F-40. He had just bought it for their honeymoon, and it was only 2 years old.
Most beautiful car I had laid my eyes on.
Ended up putting a poster of it on my wall, from my grade school years all the way to my college years, and during my medical school years, It was my background on my labtop LOL
Owning a Ferrari is an emotional thing for me... And there's a special something when you drive it.
I've test driven 911's (I actually own a 2002 Carrera S that my dad used to drive), BMW M6's, and an Aston Martin V8 Vantage, but when I sat in the California and I put that top down...
I never went into my field thinking I would ever be able to afford one, and now that there's a possibility I can, I think i'm a little too excited!