The 365 BB will likely be easier on the wallet than the TR.
Is this the one at the Ferrri Centre in Kent ?
I may be out of line here, but as an observation, I know quite a few people who aggressively track and race 308s and 328s. Don't know anyone who does this with a TR.
Boxer, yes it is the one at Kent High performance Cars. I haven't physically seen it, but was browsing the various dealers websites last night (as I do most evenings). I know you've owned a BB in the past, so are probably a greater authority than most, but am surprised, although not doubting that you think it will be easier on the wallet, as I've spoken to several dealers in the past who have warned me against buying due to their very high maintenance costs. I'd be very keen to hear about your experiences of ownership, as the BB was my first introduction to Ferrari as a 9 yr old back in 1977, and I've loved them since. As I type this I am looking at a 1/18 Bburago model of a 512 BB on my office windowsill, and dreaming of owning one now.
Unfortunately, racing or tracking my own ferrari isn't really a consideration as I've worked and saved too hard to risk putting it into a wall. I have a young family, and another baby due in November, so need to be careful with what money I have accumulated. A friend of mine tracks his 2 Porsches and is spending a small fortune on various parts such as brakes, discs, tyres, suspension, servicing...etc, and as it happens he badly smashed his Carrera RS up a couple of weeks ago.
I would prefer to drive someone elses and have all the fun but without the risk. I was at Silverstone on Tuesday (unfortunately at a conference) and was enviously watching the visitors racing the Caterhams, Elises, 996 C4's and of course the 360 Modena's, but am hoping to go back later this year for some fun.