CT, 30k+ miles. The cars are meant to be driven.
I'm sorry to say that TR values are climbing right now and you'll pay dearly for a 10k mile car in ten years, if you could find one with that low mileage.
Better that you invest in stocks and real estate, then get the car when you're in a solid financial state. You have to consider maintenance costs, unless you turn a wrench.
Keep you dream and goals!
I was afraid about how fast they are climbing. I also know, these baby's are ment to be driven. That is why I dearly want one. I don't want a garage car. I want one to share and enjoy it with people who happen to find the car interesting and fun.
I do work on cars. It's a little hobby I do. I also really love how the car can be worked on in a garage, unlike some modern Ferraris. If you are car smart, You can afford one.
Of course, I know maintenance will be high. My brother had a RX 8, and that alone was expensive, for only 1/3 the price of a Testarossa. But helping my father since I was 7 with the muscle cars he used to own, I know a bit about cars. I replace everything I need to on my Mazda 6. CVC Joint? done it. Suspension? That too. Yet to do the transmission
but i know how to do it. I also have the tools to do it.
Im no professional with cars, but I know my way with a wrench. I will also learn as the older I get.
I guess, If there is a will, there is a way.