Because no one wants to buy them. I have a 2002 GT Spyder which I consider was the buy of a lifetime. To elaborate, doctors and lawyers don't want them any more and second and third buyers are frightened away by Ferrari repair costs. So you need to be a rich person who appreciates value. For the early cars you're getting a Ferrari and $50,000+ in your pocket for repairs. (Not that you'll need to spend that much as, aside from the CC, they're quite reliable.)
Last edited by Tony H; 01-11-2017 at 09:58 PM.