Sell 3 cars. Keep the 4C. Buy the C8 as a daily.
Once again, you HAD ME at just those two (Drop Mike), the rest of your cars are extra icing....but forget all of us, do what YOU think...it will be the correct decision!
it’s an interesting point because right now listed on Autotrader there are 17-328s, 65- 4Cs and 190- 458s.Do not sell the 328 and the 4C - you will regret it otherwise in the future because cars like these will not be build again and will not appear too often for sale.
However, a lot of well-kept 458 will show up again and again; save the bucks for a couple of years and add the 458 to your nice collection.
I don't think it looks much like the Dino. The dino was pointy at the front. The big flat tall front bumper on the 360 is very reminiscent of the Celica instead. On another forum I read this thing once, which I think is spot-on:
Drive one, have a glass of wine and follow its shape, and maybe, just maybe you might visualize how it moved from the (beautiful edge design of the 355 era) to the 'flow' of the previous Dino era... I appreciate that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. There are various (many) threads which you continually refer to this as a Celica, and with all due respect (and I love and have driven the Celica of that era -good friend owned several), I, respectfully disagree, the last thing that comes to my mind when I look at my 360 is a Celica. Cheers!I don't think it looks much like the Dino. The dino was pointy at the front. The big flat tall front bumper on the 360 is very reminiscent of the Celica instead. On another forum I read this thing once, which I think is spot-on:
"A sidewalk observer's guide to the mid-engined V8 Ferraris:
308 GTS/S: Could only be a Ferrari.
308 GT4: I hear those handle really well.
Mondial: Isn't that the Ferrari that Gary drove in Weird Science?
GTO: OMG, that Ferrari is the business.
328: Yep, that's a Ferrari.
348: Mmm, well...it is a Ferrari.
355: Ferrari is BACK!
360: Uh, is that the new Celica? (CS excepted)
430: Pretty sure that's a Ferrari, but what's the story with the front bumper again? (Scud excepted)
458: Ferrari is BACK!
Could not agree more! In addition, with "E" Hypercars and MinivanSUPERspeed Vehicles around the corner, all of the combustion engine cars will be Stop Light Run obliterated (NOT that I'm condoning any such behaviour! lol). Personally, as years go by, the 'beauty' and 'personality' of the car trumps the outright speed or performance.However, in the Ferrari and the Alfa, you have a classic and a modern version of the ultimate on-street driving machines. Nothing like those cars will ever happen again.