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275 GTS and 330 GTS pricing?

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  1. Il Co-Pilota

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    Hi all

    A while back earlier this year, while driving along in a relatives freshly restored 250 GT/E, we cane to discussing the idea of classic drop-top Ferrari motoring. This of course took us into the realm of the 250, 275 and 330 open top cars, and thus pricing. Not so much the 250 for the more obvious reasons of costs and rarity, but rather the 275 and 330 GTS. I've been doing a bit of research, but I must say that I simply am not much of an expert when it comes to figuring out prices. So what are the current prices for Classiche certified cars that are either fully restored or in very good condition? There's always a lot of guess work etc. but at what real world prices do these cars move here in Europe?

    Thank you for you help

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  2. amenasce

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    275gts $1m to $1,5m.

    330 gts $1,5m to $2.0m.
     
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  3. donv

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    Isn't a 250 PF Cab in that price range as well? Or one of the models?

    Of course, prices have been down on the lower end cars, so maybe these as well. See the 330 thread below-- won't be long before the 2+2s are below $100k for a driver.
     
  4. DWR46

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    Don: If your prediction is true, we will be back to the 1970s when the cars weren't worth fixing or restoring, as the repair costs will be greater than the cars's value.
     
  5. amenasce

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    2+2 were <$100k up to a few years ago. You could pick a GTE or a 330 GT 2+2 for less than $100k in the early 2010...
     
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    I'm just relating the facts... $136k for a driver 4 headlight 330 is headed pretty far in that direction... wasn't a driver 4 headlight 330 a $300k car recently?
     
  7. donv

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    I should add, relevant to the OP, there is a 250PF Cab in FML right now asking $1.5 million... I have no idea how that number fits into the market (i.e. high or low) but generally prices in FML are on the high side. Witness all the 330 2+2s asking $300-450k in FML now.
     

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