What percentage of the 7,000+ Testarossas produced ended up in the USA? Maybe half? Now, subtract out those that have been totaled over the last 22 years. Now we're down to 3,000, give or take. Suddenly, it doesn't seem like all that many cars. One other factor when comparing these to 60s era muscle cars - while it's true that there weren't many of a rare combo produced, there were hundreds of thousands of similar common models made. In 1967, Chevrolet made 602 Z-28 Camaros, but they also made 162,109 other Camaros with a V-8 engine (and 58,808 with a 6 cylinder engine) - and probably 95% of those stayed in the US A relatively inexpensive garden variety Camaro can be built into a Z-28 clone for much less than the cost of the real deal - sure, it wouldn't be "authentic", but it would probably be close enough for "Joe Average". That just isn't feasible with a TR. I'm not looking for these cars to rocket to astronomical values overnight, but I don't think it's unreasonable to assume that they will substantially appreciate as the generation that had the TR poster on their bedroom wall "grays".