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Discussion in 'Vintage Ferrari Market' started by 400SPYDER, Sep 18, 2004.
That explains it. Opening doors? Holy makro! The difference is not just in the cosmetics, whoa!
If you were selling yours, would you let a potential buyer drive it over railroad tracks, at speed...?
In the UK, the price gap between the best Coupes and OK converted Spyders is quite narrow - about £95,000 and £110,000 respectively.
The big money goes on original RHD Spyders (7 made), which are about £285,000 - the price of a very good 275 GTB/4 over here.
Multiply by 1.75 for Dollar equivalents...!
Yep, I certainly would. A test drive should be thorough, and in this case, the situation warrants it as this is one of the things to watch for. Another is to put them on a lift and then try opening the doors. Some chassis sag so badly the doors don't open and shut properly.