When people say find a clean car, going on 30 yrs old, if the suspension, brakes, fuel delivery systems, electronics, all bushings and rubber mounts have not been replaced,rebuilt, then all you have is a shiny thing prone to fires and unsafe to drive fast. Low mileage will only get you so far going forward with these cars. The goal is to find an HONEST car in great condition, or an honest car you can put in great condition. Euro cars for US guys are the deals in the supercar arena IMHO. Euro area is in trouble economically compared to here so those deals are out there. Also how many people actually check the body numbers on these cars? The front rear clips and doors are all numbered but no one seems to really point that out car to car. Does Classiche take note of this as a requirement to receive certification? I would think having an original body is as important as a gearbox/trans. It certainly is with other Ferraris. There still seems to be things the general public might need to learn about these cars as they become true classics and the good cars are separated from the cars with needs.