© 2020 MOTORSPORT NETWORK. All rights reserved.
Sign up to receive latest updates for Ferrari News, Threads, and Classifieds
Discussion in 'Cars' started by Woodhouse Select, Sep 16, 2019.
If I had all the money in the world, I wouldn't pay double MSRP for a car.
agreed, double is nutz... 1/4 would be fair for sure.. but hey to each there own, great color for sure..
What if it is worth more than double MSRP? Its all relative.
At this price point it's worth what someone is willing to pay for it. I would rather a 288GTO.
I'll take you off of our guest list for the auction, then.
This. Enzos, F50s, F40s, 288 GTOs, etc. have been a multiple of their MSRP for years (decades), and they still seem to change hands fairly frequently.
I'll take it!
I’ll stake my territory here- this car and other FGT will be the I should haves of the future.
Auction is the way to go. Unless you have an extended payment plan .
Will be watching pulling for all the money....
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
The car achieved $1,075,000 on the block, equivalent to $1,182,500 after fees.
Thanks for the interest, all.
Congratulations on the sale.
Prices creeping down it appears.
The car that sold just before ours went across went for $1.485mm after fees. It went about 20 lots before ours. There was a white one in Gooding & Co.'s sale that would've probably done pretty well, but it was withdrawn.
So what’s your theory on why yours went for $400k less 20 lots later. That seems like a big spread.
I saw the car in Scottsdale and to me it was the best looking of all the Ford GT s that were up for auction ... There were new ford GT s at every venue ... but I really liked this car....
Maybe as simple as color. While gorgeous for sure, I imagine Verde Mantis to be rather polarizing.
You may like the color, but do you want to own the color?
If money where no object absolutely. And there are those kind of people.