Since buying my first car earlier this year, not for investment value mind you, I have found that Ferrari coyld care less about owners of earlier "vintage" cars. Especially higher volume cars, ie 308/328, testa. Classiche starts at what, $5000, to look up an old build sheet and take a couple of hours making sure all the parts are correct. Including the parts that are NLA and that the factory won't reproduce, or get reproduced. Having said that, why can't a correct, excellent running andell presented 3x8 be worth around $50-$80 k all day long, market correction or not. Even if they built a lot (although I think 11,000 units over about 13 yrs is not that many), how many still exist, and how many of those are junk, or were converted somehow? I bet the number is a lot lower than most people think. And besides, most of the variations, were very competent, beautiful cars. My 2 cents.