I have been following Daytonas since I bought mine a few years ago. They seem to be falling into two categories. The no frills, low mileage perfect performers and the drivers. A driver can be had for $125,000. The low mileage, factory correct pearls are up to $180-$200,000. Tom S. is right to say these top level cars are selling at the $200,000 range. Terry S. is also right that factory correct Daytonas are getting harder to find. The 3/05 issue of SCM listed at Bonhams auction a condition 1 Daytona for ~$179,000. No mention of tool kit, manual pouch, manuals, etc. It has been said that the number of Daytonas manufactured will kill its rise. I believe that perfect (is there such a thing?) Daytonas will easily settle into the $250,000 range in the next two years because they are rare. That of course will make it realistic to buy a driver and invest some restoration money in one. The result is that (like the Lusso) the whole Daytona market will gradually rise. But I still feel that the number of Daytonas produced will somewhat retard it's upward growth. BTW we have added a new section to the DaytonaRegistry.com website at http://daytonaregistry.com/originality/. I would appreciate your comments and suggestions. It was launched yesterday and we still have some bugs in it. It will continue to evolve as Lance adds pictures and information to this web page.