Anyone can buy a new Ferrari --- or at least their "interpretation" of new after the factory breaks it in for you then the eternal-shitbag dealers always have to play with the customer's new toys first before handing them over.
You just can't buy the special cars (Enzo, Laferrari, 458 Aperta, F12 TDF, etc) unless you're on the repeat-customer list.>>17565068
Half of all "new" Ferrari buyers (or what's interpreted as "new") WILL flip the car within one year ow owning it. That's why there's always a steady stream of current-year Ferraris out there with less than 500 miles on each.
In fact my local dealer recently moved a new California with 50 miles on it. It shipped with 45 from Italy, the guy who bought it two years ago and spent waiting got pissed off at waiting an additional week after it shipped before the dealer handed it over while the dealer took it for a shot joy-ride where the guy who was waiting for it saw him playing with his new toy, and got his money back.
Plus car-flippers. There's no shortage of them cashing in on people who want a Ferrari/Lambo/Mclaren/Bentley/etc NOW as opposed to getting on that wait list for their cars to be built. Their impatience raises the prices of barely-used high-end cars.