Listen there is no such thing as a mid life Ferrari it's like Pete said know you can finally show to people you can afford the finer things.Is it just too obvious to buy a Ferrari when you are 45? I am a young 45, but wish I'd gotten a SWB when I was 25!
No. Repeat, no. At 16 it is abnoxious. At 45, it means you are successful and know what you want. At 85, you are just plain cool.Is it just too obvious to buy a Ferrari when you are 45? I am a young 45, but wish I'd gotten a SWB when I was 25!
LOLAs an aside, I would also like to add - where is the crisis in a mid-life crisis? Young gf, sports car, good food and wine. Not like any crisis I've ever encountered.
I'd still have preferred the rich parents, Archie.Buying one in your mid life shows the world that you've worked hard all of your life, saved up and can now afford the finer things in life, buying one in your teens or early 20's just says that you have rich parents
Me too, but as they weren't I had to get my Ferrari the hard way, probably like everyone else on here. Anyhow working hard, dreaming for 20 odd years about owning a Ferrari, even a cheap one, makes it all the more special when you eventually achieve it. Would it feel the same if you were born with a silver spoon in your mouth and got a brand new F430 for your 18th/21st birthday present?I'd still have preferred the rich parents, Archie.