I am 31, although I bought my F360 Modena at 29. That kinda counts b\c same company!
Just traded my BMW 745i for QP and remember 8years and 4 BMW's ago when I said I would never buy anything else. Now I still feel the same way, except it's about never buying anything other than Ferrari\Maserati!
Sometimes it takes you awhile to mature to Italian cars - I had to go through my US muscle cars and German car period first. 69 Mustang - age 16, MG - age 18, Camaro age 20, 69 Corvette Conv. age 22, Mazda RX7 conv age 25, family cars til age 40, audi tt age 40, soon to be maserati owner age 44.
I have come full circle. My first car was an Alfa Spyder at 18 (I come from Sweden so that is when you get DL) - that car was a lot of fun!!! Went through the muscle car thing and various trucks as I was pulling my ski boat. The I restored a classic, which I still have. Now very happy to be back to a real sports car at age 51. I doubt I will ever have anything but Italian going forward, at least as a second/third car. There is nothing like it!
33 and never thought i would own any type of highend sports car except maybe a vette but not now , from the second i pulled my coupe off the lot on a testdrive i knew it had to be mine. It only lacks in blistering straight line speed but that addiction is force fed with a 1300 rwhp 70 nova
Bought first Italian car at 21- 1973 Alfa Romeo Spider which I fully restored. Second Italian car at 32- 1995 Alfa Romeo 164 Quadrifoglio. The QP makes #3. Still own them all and all are like new!
Wife's says the 164Q must go... We'll see.
I'm curious if many (or any) of the "under 25" group purchased their Maserati's with their own money or daddy's money?! Though I was making very respectable money at 25, I couldn't have purchased a Mas and still paid a mortgage/rent...