Reading what you've written there Roman, you're perfectly well aware that neither is the obvious choice for a cross continental blast. I've driven F40s but never owned one, though I've had my CGT for 13 years, and have done a few trips from the UK and across France in it. The main issue with the CGT is luggage space, you can see all of what's usable from outside the car. Longest I've been touring in it is 2 weeks, with my girlfriend at the time who could pack everything she needed into a soft bag that went under her knees plus a suit carrier behind her seat. Everything I needed was in a suit carrier behind my seat because I don't need vast numbers of shoes to go with different outfits.. We were planning to do laundry in Nice, only to find the laundry guys were on strike, but it wasn't any real hardship to be honest. It's usually pretty warm weather so you don't wear much. We chose hotels where you could park, either right out front or in the back and secured by a gate or something. If anyone was insisting on valet parking my car, I said I would need them to first sign a disclaimer that they would pay to recover the car back to England and replace the clutch if they burned it out. No-one took me up on it, and I gave them a tip anyway. The Cote D'Azur has been carpet bombed with enormous speed bumps and it's just no fun crawling over them every few hundred metres. I used the car for a trip to Monaco a couple of years ago and wouldn't bother again. The real point of doing something like this, and I really get it, is driving on rural roads in France, which are EPIC.They're well maintained and lightly trafficked so a car with the performance of a CGT is just wonderful. I absolutely love Col Bonhomme in the Vosges (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Col_du_Bonhomme). In the CGT, up and over this is simply life affirming. And in a 'lesser' car is no great shakes. But in something with explosive performance and brakes is just mega. Managed to dig this up from 2008, the first trip I took. Photos no longer there but the text is https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&t=553447 Whichever your choice of chariot, just do it.