Vintage Ferraris are so hot, they seem untouchable for anyone below the highest tax brackets. In the general run up of collector car values, classic Ferraris have seen the biggest gains at top-drawer collector-car auctions, where they generally lead the pack with high-seven and even eight-figure sales.
Scary stuff and pretty daunting for someone of modest means who craves a car with a prancing horse. But take heart, Ferraristi wannabees, because there are still a few bargains out there for the lesser production models. The Pick of the Day is one of those, a 1982 Ferrari Mondial sunroof coupe for sale in Beverly Hills, California, and priced at just $17,500. Continue reading