It has always been a challenge for enthusiasts whether they should spend their cash on an older supercar, or a lesser car that might be new but is definitely not in the same league.
Take this Ferrari 360 Modena, for example, which was first registered back in 1999. It comes at £45,000 ($60,162) as the ad posted on AutoTrader reveals, which is roughly what a new BMW M2 costs in Britain.
The vendor says, that despite its age, it “drives very good“, admitting that it was used as a track car, hence the roll cage fitted inside. However, it’s perfectly road legal and was properly maintained over the years, being offered with the service book, original user manuals and two sets of keys.
It’s also allegedly the cheapest Ferrari 360 in the country, being marketed as “a great investment” with “a little cosmetic TLC” by its owner, who has held on to it for the last 9 years.
So, there you have it: a used Ferrari for the same money as a German high-performance coupe. Of course, buying the latter would help you sleep better at night, financially speaking, as it’s well known that an old supercar can be expensive to maintain, but can you resist the opportunity of owning a 360 Modena?