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Discussion in 'Vintage Ferrari Market' started by Onebugatti, Jun 30, 2014.
WOW. What a deal!
Maybe started too low at 10M?
Creeping up in $50,000 increments. Currently at $34,350,000.
The auctioneer has charisma hahaha said 34.350 wouldn't look good on the press release, how about 34.5
Anyone else keep losing video?
So much for 75 mil
Once just now, yea
this is killing me! lol
Didn't expect it to be nearly this much of a struggle.
WOW. Great deal!
So $38,115,000 with Premuim, if it was 10%.
Wow, that was 30 million less than what I thought it would be. Amazing. Wonder what the repercussions will be...
So how much of this is the history of the car and how much of this is the current state of the market?
It will be interesting to see how the rest of the lots do.
This can't be a strong number for Lot 3.
Undersold the last 3(?) GTO sales?
So, an indication of market stabilization?
Anyone want to guess where it went? I am thinking China or Japan.
Hard as it is to say at $38M all in, that was WELL BOUGHT!
Is the bubble due to burst? Would this be one of the firsts symptoms? Impressive low final bid according to the amounts that were previously on the table...
Awesome deal anyway.
I wouldn't say "bubble burst" yet but maybe more of a market correction
I think 38 million is a pretty big number for a car with only OK racing history
About 5% of the respondents were close
Did I hear him say a European bidder ?
Isn't $38M a record for car at auction? Seems the other cars in the lot are doing pretty well.