I drive a modified 82 GTV-6 which is very fast, it is my 6th Alfa Romeo. When the 4C came out in 2014 I went to the auto show to see it, that's when I knew I would have one, went to the dealer a bit later in my GTV 2000 DD, and due to the fact I drove up in my 74 and let them take photos for their FB page they let me sit in the 4C in the showroom, All I could say was wow, ok it's a little work to get in and out , but no more than my 72 DeTomaso Pantera. I left that dealer knowing that I would buy a 4C. Fast forward to September 2020 with Covid I had been looking hard for I 4C after I had been offered a 2018 Rosso Competione Coupe with 2000 miles with full PPF for $50,000, I turned it down because I wanted a black coupe, well Rosso coupe ended up selling on BAT for $67,500. That was when I started seriously looking for a 4C, found my 2018 Black/Red, 1500 mi, with Acrapovic exhaust minutes after it was posted, flew to the dealer put down a non-refundable deposit, had a PPI done the next day, everything was good sent down payment overnight mail and had it shipped to me. I never even drove the car before buying , I've had seven Alfas, still have 4, never had a car with power steering, GTV-6 steering is much harder than the 4C, never had a car with padels rather than a manual, all my prior cars have been manuals, never owned an automatic. The 4C and the GTV-6 are a very viseral driving experience, you need to pay attention, you are driving never cruising, the Pantera is like a street version of a Can-Am car, all my cars can wear you out a bit, but they really leave a smile on my face. I plan on selling none of them. Ok maybe a bit too long of a post, oh I don't care about a trunk, it's a seller's market now for the 4C, if you want one get it soon they are going up.