Capo! Where have you been all summer?
I think there will be a "market correction", but even if there is, we aren't going back to the days of five figure Dino's. So I agree with your overall premise.
Quite so, and as the tifosi buyers we are, a correction will rarely have an effect on long term ownership. Hence my deduction; if the car is right and it's indeed the classic Ferrari model you're craving for - buy it! If you're tempted to sell but you love your car, then don't!
I'm in Scandinavia on the boat, enjoying sailing, camaraderie and an occasional concubine - and when there's no concubine readily available, there's always the spot market!
We went to the neighbouring island the other day and shot a magnificent roe buck. It's hanging in my friends white wine cooler(!). It's been too hot to hang meat in room temperature and one mustn't push the maceration process, the slower the better, which requires lower temperatures. So we carried all the white wine to the basement, ripped the shelves out of the wine cooler and tucked in the the poor roebuck - real Tarantino shit!
Now that the main course is secured, we are awaiting calmer weather in order to catch some salt water trout for the starter. The lobster season is still not on but we are successfully landing grand langoustines. The only mishap is that one of my two Champagne fridges onboard decided to close down shop. My new nav station is playing up as well so there were technicians onboard today fiddling around, looking like they were hard at work.
But all in all, it's all good mate!
How are you going yourself, my friend?