Buying a supercar? That's the "easy" part. It's the ownership experience that illustrates just how deep your pockets need to be. Say you buy a Diablo, for example. It has two $5,000 engine computers. If/when they croak, Lambo is sold out of replacements. See? Fun!

And that Enzo shown above? The scissor lift it's on is something a Ferrari dealer has to buy in order to service it. (And it won't hold the new LaFerrari, either.)

All those stories, plus tales of what it costs to own a McLaren F1, Lamborghini LM002, and Porsche Carrera GT right here.