I think you are a bit confused. You must be thinking of another site. Your fine and so is your story. Welcome aboard.
+1 MRM - and welcome to the Life!
Being Italian American, I felt it was always my birthright and a big motivation to pursue college and work hard.
Funny story how I bought my first Ferrari.
My wife and I went to a Ferrari crab feast at the invitation of the host who lived nearby and whom we knew from yacht racing. At the time, he owned a sera blue 308GTSi.
I'm sort of a smartass (confirmed by our local Chimps). I went to my car, got my checkbook, and wrote out an unsolicited offer to buy his car. Much to my surprise, he said he'd consider my offer, hold the check, and let me know his decision by Friday.
I was in shock! What had I done? Why hadn't I socialized the idea with my wife first?!
Lucky for me, she fell in love with the car and said go for it.
Five years later, I traded the 308 for a TR and my wife came home and asked "Where is the blue 308?" I sold it to the dealer who sold me the TR. Her reply was "I NEVER told you you couldn't own TWO Ferraris?" She was mildly pissed.
So, we went looking for a 355 and her comment was, "I like the 360 better. Besides, in a couple of years you'll want to sell the 355 and buy a 360. Why don't you just buy the 360?" Forget the budget.
My response was something like "Who are you and what have you done to my wife?!"
I am truly blessed to be married to someone who enjoys Ferrais and cars in general as much as I do. As a matter of fact, she is the one owner of a 1969 GTO 400 cu in muscle car (Pontiac, not Ferrari GTO, unfortunately).