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330 GTC MARKET VALUE

Discussion in 'Vintage Ferrari Market' started by geno berns, Feb 8, 2013.

  1. RWebber

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    And the prices are still climbing. Shows you how revered the GTC is!

    Probably not as strong across the pond but still these are racing upwards in price
     
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  3. 6carb

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    Big test for the 330 and 365 GTC's coming up in RM Auctions Villa Deste on 25th May. 300GTC at GBP250-300 est but for the first time a big premium for the 365 GTC at GBP415-465.

    Should be interesting
     
  4. WCH

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    The brilliant chart in this post (#78) needs to be updated.
     
  5. Julius H.

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  6. John B

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    The "Expensive" GTC at Hyman that I thought would linger for quite a while is already gone...
     
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  8. JazzyO

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    Wow, that is interesting.


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  9. RWebber

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    One at the upcoming Russo & Steele Newport auction June 20.

    How man GTc did they make and any idea how many remain?
     
  10. Marcel Massini

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    The one at Russo & Steele in Newport Beach is #09159, the Torino Motor Show car which was delivered new to Carlos Kauffmann's Venezuelan dealership in Caracas.

    A total of 600 330 GTC's was produced.

    Marcel Massini
     
  11. silver1331

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    I wonder if it turns up at another dealer sometime soon...
     
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  13. barchetta

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    Hi Marcel,

    What do you think an average condition driver (2 or 3 level car) is worth and what do you think the best in the world 330GTC is worth (either an amazing survivor or top tier restoration worth)? Are these cars worth more in the states than in Europe?

    Thank you in advance!

    Best
     
  14. Bahaba0

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    ive owned Ferraris for over twenty years and i can tell you that their prices follow sine curves. sell high because in time you can buy the same car low. exactly why I just bought my 2000 550, which I like even more than the 67 330 gtc i sold years ago, a car which i thought was the best driver ferrari ever- until i drove the maranello.
     
  15. WCH

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    So true! Or at auction.
     
  16. JazzyO

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    At the moment, that really seems to be the case. I haven't heard of any breaching the €500k market in Europe (although I feel that might happen soon), but in the US they already have (one back in 2012 even).


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  17. JazzyO

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    I think they compliment each other well, definitely spiritually linked. I still love my 550 after 6 years of ownership and the GTC is magical too.


    Onno
     
  18. ersatzS2

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    I am going out to drive mine now. quick stop at Sports & Specialist to see what's new in the showroom, then some german chocolate cake, followed by some windows-down blast around the Sourland 'mountains!'
     
  19. RWebber

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    Well they aren't making any more of those vintage 330 GTC s but Givernments sure are printing a lot of money. Let's see how your prediction fares!
     
  20. JazzyO

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  21. Daytonafan

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    Stunning pics
     
  22. peterp

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    +1000 !!!
     
  23. ersatzS2

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    +2 I'm especially impressed by the full time photographer you evidently employ to document your weekend drives ;-)

    To return the thread to the original topic, may I just state that your photos are exhibit A in support of the argument that, after all the arguments about speculators, bubbles, repressed demand, production numbers etc etc, the GTC is just DROP DEAD GORGEOUS. Not a bad line on the car and lots of wonderful details to ponder and contemplate for hours.
     
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    #146 Cobraownr, May 6, 2013
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    Drove 8.8 litres of Ferrari 12-cylinder motors Saturday, first the 365 GTC to the Tom Yang Vintage Ferrari Event, then the 365 Boxer home from it. Two very different cars, each with their own strengths and charms. I remain especially pleased with the GTC. As others have said, there is not a bad line on it, and the experience from inside the cabin and behind the wheel is magic.
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  25. 375+

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    Couldn't agree more, I prefer driving a 365 GTC to a 4cam. Please ask the owner of the short nose to lose the grill bar.
     
  26. Marcel Massini

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    The 275 GTB shortnose is 07535 and the owner is a fellow fchatter who owns it since 41 years already. Original owner of 07535 was French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo.

    Marcel Massini
     
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    Mons. PF?
     
  28. RWebber

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    Whast is that lovely colour of burnt red?
     

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