Like any red blooded male, I dream of some day owning a Ferrari. I had not planned on that happening for several more years though. As luck would have it, a potential opportunity has presented itself that may enable me to pick one up much sooner. I need a little guidance as I am very much unprepared for this opportunity. The car in question is an 83 308 Quattrovalvole at an estate sale. The owner passed away and his mother is selling off his estate. I'm told that he was a bit eccentric and simply NEVER drove his cars (he had several). The car has approximately 16,000 miles and has probably not been driven, started and certainly not serviced since 1990. What I need to know is, assuming the car is otherwise mechanically sound, how much can I expect to spend at a qualified shop to get it back on the road again. I realize that this is a vague request dependent on many factors, I'm just looking for a range, even if it's a wide one. Obviously, having this information up front will be a great help in determining how much to bid on it, or even if I should just pass on it and wait a few more years. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.