It's the first time I've dealt with a "survivor" Ferrari, the only thing that's been done is a repaint and regular maintenance. I have all records, receipts, window stickers, books, tools, original Italian license plates, and photos from when it was delivered to the first owner.
It "only" has 195hp, but it doesn't need any more, it's perfect as it is. The shifter is amazing, very precise with tactile "clicks" when changing gears. We didn't push her hard, not really. It handled a little "darty" at first, 100% R&P steering w/ 1.5 turns from L2L, but before long it was second nature. The ride is firm but not harsh, very race inspired, "taut" is the word that comes to mind. And the music, like an angry hornet shoved down the horn of a bugle. Whoo! They don't build cars like this anymore, and it's a damned shame.