Boxer thanks for the link, what an incredible journey - one which I think everyone in the forum would agree, we wished we had been on.
I once did the Uk to the south of Spain in a straight run, 23 hours, but in a Range Rover it wasn't much fun, just very tiring.
Unfortunately due to family commitments, the collecting the car and doing a similiar run is out of the question, but the good news is the car is being transported next week and should be here by the end of next week. Can't wait.
On the age thing guys, 38 isn't old, but looking at my dad (60's going on 16) racing around a track last year, you can never be too old or young to enjoy the Ferrari experience.
One comment I would make though, after twenty years of working towards this moment (because in our teens we don't really know what we want), I do believe the wait (20 years) has made the whole experience far more impactive, and allowed you to build up the experience to appreciate the how lucky we are as owners. I truelly believe if your dad was to buy you one at 21, you would never really know the true value of Enzo's legacy.
Oh, and it also makes you feel 16 again. The excitement of seeing your first Ferrari as a kid in "the metal" can only truelly be surpassed by the feeling of buying your first one. (and I'm confident that will be surpassed the first time I start her up and drive off, and every time thereafter.)
Thanks to all for your best wishes.