The vetroresina sounds like the project to engage in.........just saying.
I hear you a1ex, especially after seeing Vitalone's fabulous specimen, damn it looks good!
Depending on how I can accumulate means during the coming two to three years I have my head still full of a broad variety of cars I'd like to own. Here are some examples apart from the previously mentioned. It will probably take a while before it boils down to one of them: 250 GTE 2+2 -
It is the only 250 I can afford and I am a big time sucker for its classic interior with the tin dash and big steering wheel. I think it's a supercool laidback V12 cruiser. 360 Berlinetta manual -
A lovely modern reliable and agile Ferrari at a decent price. The engine is an 8.500rpm revving masterpiece. All year round capable. 365 BB -
A very hot car for very cool men. The engine revs like a Daytona! Daytona -
A classic cool Ferrari with the tremendous bonus of a race-revvy V12. Strong but expensive contender. 330 GTC -
Supercool, great size and proportions. I would love a 250 style dash in it though. 330 GT 2+2 -
Cool Ferrari at decent price. I would love a 250 style dash in it though. Scud -
It is epic and will put a smile on your face for years to come, winter and summer. AC MkVI -
Classic but brand new AC Cobra full of technical performance upgrades. 911 Turbo Coupé -
Brilliant reliable winter sports car but a bit mainstream. Gallardo Superleggera -
Brilliant winter sports car but contaminated by a clientele who prefer testosteron colours. You might be taken for a night club owner. Still I like it! 458 "Scud" -
It is going to be very hard to resist but I already have two quite modern Ferrari which will stick with me like faithful pet horses till the end. I'd like to explore away from the ultra modern Ferrari genre. RR pre-war Phantom Coupé -
Magnificent motorcars with irresistible charm and tons of fine class!
If I can manage to own half of these cars in 20 years I shall consider myself a very lucky man. I did not include F40, or any of the other ultra cars from fear of presuming on my future luck. I really like the F40 though...
Well, I shan't bore you anymore with my erratic purchase fantasies.