Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: far and away
Ferrari Life Posts: 6,204
My 2 cents
Specifically they will not get the cars. Matter of fact it should be written into the will as they must be sold, unless the wife wants them, where I'm thinking she will. However, my cars are NOT rare, collector vehicles, and even if they were, the reason for keeping in the family would have to have other concerns > $$$$. That is, MEMORIES and such. I would be just as happy to have the family old Ford tractor as there were tons more memories on that thing and price/worth wouldn't enter the equation.
Then again, bankrupting the family for a thing is out too.
Unless their passion was the same as I, which it isn't, they wouldn't be considered on the list. They love the cars, have never driven them, as they are too frightened, do love cars in general to the point of modifying them, but haven't the means to up it to a Ferrari at the moment: Case is, these cars unless well funded can drain the better things a family should be concerned. They could buy a boat and have a different fun. etc.
They couldn't and shouldn't try to afford what I've done with these cars as it would burden them. IF they wanted them and truly wanted the experience then I'd work it over to them but they would be not just be tossed the keys on a death.
Their passions should only be satisfied in my will where it melds with theirs....not me assuming such.
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