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365GT on BaT

Discussion in 'Vintage Ferrari Market' started by donv, Sep 17, 2018.

  1. donv

    donv F1 World Champ
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    Lovely car, formerly owned by a member here (although I would mark it down for being "resale red")-- but I'm impressed by the bidding so far. I would have guessed a lower number, and the auction still has some time to go.

    Maybe the correction is correcting?
     
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  2. Clint Wrigley

    Clint Wrigley Rookie

    Feb 28, 2018
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    Ended up selling for 226k. A little less than I would expect for that model in its condition. Also saw a series 2 330gt sold on BAT for 280k. I’ve been looking for a well sorted 330gt or 365gt for a while. Curious to see what people think.
     
  3. donv

    donv F1 World Champ
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    I actually thought it would be bid, at least, to a lower amount. However, it's a nice car and condition does matter a lot. I was guessing it would sell for right around $200k.
     
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  4. davemqv

    davemqv F1 Rookie

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    $226k is 100% in line with what they've been actually going for over the past year or two. Most QM's at the big auctions have gone for 200k-220k plus premium, so about 220k-242k all in. The dealer cars you see listed at $275k and up sit and sit, often being pulled after a while and reposted a month or so later to appear "new to market" again. I'm sure there have been exceptions but that's the overall trend.

    My personal feeling is that they will drop further. I think we're going to see everything correct a bit more and stabilize for a while.
     
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