Congruent to Walter sharing with us that he's bought a Boxster Spyder - for it's pure naturally aspirated engine and unadulterated driving experience - I've began thinking very hard about buying a Cayman GT4 as both a bit of an investment (think 1M Coupe, 911 GTX cars, lightweight Ferraris,...) and to own a car… » 2/12/15 12:21pm 2/12/15 12:21pm

Factor #3, and perhaps also the main factor, is that investors have been out of places to park their money for quite some time now. Fine art, wine, and cars was and has been the golden ticket, but it will soon collapse in a not so dramatic fashion as interest rates go up, economic zones recover, sanctions are lifted, … » 1/28/15 3:26pm 1/28/15 3:26pm

I wholly agree with E.Julius' comment. I've driven all 4 of those cars and the Lamborghini Spyder is by far the best choice for parading around Monte-Carlo. The F430 used to be a dime a dozen but that title has now been taken by the 458. The Scaglietti has too long of a nose to navigate and gets upset at low speeds.… » 1/20/15 1:55pm 1/20/15 1:55pm