One thing I just noticed about the results is that 2 of the cars (F355 & Daytona 365 GTB/4) are obtainable for a reasonable amount (for a Ferrari), one is rare (288 GTO) but if you have the will and money can be found, and one (250 GTO) is in a acquisition league all of it's own.
It is a tough one because the 288 GTO, 250 Europa, 365 GTB/4 and 550 Maranello also could make it to the list. An yes I know, I have cars in the list that were introduced much earlier like the F40, but they were still produced in the decade I mentioned them.
I still remembering the 1970's and 1980's where I was a kid. My personal favorite cars of all are the 512 BBi, the original yellow Dino (in my opinion the "father" of the modern Ferrari design), the 308GTBi (1979/80??) and the 288GTO (1982). I'll never forget when I heard the GTO the first time
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