Is This a Good Price, And What About The Future of the Market?
I've been a huge TR fan ever since I worked for Bob Norwood in Dallas back in the early '90s and got to drive the cars occasionally. It's really the only Ferrari I've ever flat ass lusted over. And I've found a 1991, red on black, with about 18K on the clock in absolutely pristine condition with all service done, and the clutch hasn't been fried, thank God. It's at a Lamborghini dealership, so I trust them about the car's mechanical condition. The thing really is like brand new inside and out. The only mods are an aftermarket head unit and an after market exhaust.
They're asking $64K for it, and said they're negotiable...a little. And from what I've seen of the asking price of these cars on the web, this is a good deal, but I thought I'd touch base with you guys to get your opinion.
And you're input is important to me because although we (my wife and I) could swing a 60 month note on this, it would really stretch us past what all prudence would suggest, and just about to our limit. I'm in the offshore oil business and make a pretty good living, but still.....
Because of this, I'm wondering about the exotic car market, both now and in the future. If I get in a bind, would it be hard to unload it? I know y'all don't have a crystal ball, but even a little speculation from you guys experienced in the exotic car market would be appreciated.
Man would it ever be nice to have a TR in our name, clear title, after five years! That's a dream come true to me. So chime in, guys!