Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Winter Park, Florida
Ferrari Life Posts: 470
Great question. What your asking is difficult. As the great Yogi Berra said- It's tough to make predictions, especially about the future.
One might guess now that the uncertainty has already taken its' toll and the market is best now- since those on the fence will wait, and to those it doesn't matter, it will not impact. Of those on the fence, in one (?) month, the uncertainty will be over. Some will buy, some will postpone even more. The market is impacted by the uncertainty than the specific.
In any event, it is doubtful that the market for f430s will collapse or firm up dramatically in three months aside from the normal cyclical nature of the prices.
Of course if the world ends in two days, you'll not had the experience of owning a Ferrari.....
I have regretted often, but repented never. Is this a good thing? -Enzo Ferrari
2012 California Argento Nurburgring /Nero 2005 F430 Nero 6spd. 2009 Maserati GT-S F1