It is the most desired car on the planet with a 3 year wait listing. Selling isn't a problem, even water damaged Ferraris sell.i have another question. i dont keep cars for very long
is it fairly difficult to sell a ferrari if its in excellent or good condition? i probably would drive it 2000 miles a year if that.
i dont want to be stuck with something I would sell it at a good price of course.
Good choice. I really think with the stick you get more of the sportscar feel out of it. The man-machine interface. You are more a part of the machine. You push the clutch to disengage the engine from the transmission, you select the next gear. The paddle is faster true, but does that really matter for us non-racers that only occasionally engage in "spirited driving"? What matters more to me is the feel, not the 0.5 seconds shaved off the clock.i guess i will go with stick