I realize that nobody can really answer this question but I would love to hear some opinions: have 360/F430 hit their price bottom? There could be a global financial crisis, war, etc. that could hugely hurt the value of these cars. But assuming nothing that unpredictable happens, what do you think? I am not an F-car owner. More of a dreamer sitting on the sidelines. Have had Porsches in the past. Thinking about Porsche 911, 360, or F430 now. I regularly do Autotrader and Cars.com searches for 348, F355, 360, and F430 covering the southeast US. I am not interested in 348 or F355 (even though they are beautiful cars) but I just like to see the prices relative to the others. It is common to see 348/F355 starting at $50K. Higher mileage (or missing records) 360 starting at $60K and F430 starting at $90K. Cars with accident history can be 10% cheaper than that. I am not considering manual cars which of course are going for a premium. Considering that 348/F355 and 360 aren't that far apart in price, makes me believe that 360 at the entry level price of $60K may be pretty safe (safe as in buying one may not result in too much more depreciation). Is that sounds reasoning? Of course there are plenty of 360/F430 in the $100K+ range and I assume they will come down in value with mileage added. I am really only considering the value of higher mileage care (say 30K+ miles).