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Ferrari at Bonhams- Paris feb. 2019

Discussion in 'Vintage Ferrari Market' started by etienne, Jan 20, 2019.

  1. etienne

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  2. Marcel Massini

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    #2 Marcel Massini, Jan 20, 2019
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  3. 500tr

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    Fantastic. What a great history and car.
     
  4. Pav

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    If the car is selling at low estimate (say, 240+ fees) that might be an interesting buy.
     
  5. 375+

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    That seems low to me.
     
  6. Timmmmmmmmmmy

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  7. Mrpbody44

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    Amazing collection of cars for this auction. I like that Alfa Romeo 6c 1750
     
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  8. Christian.Fr

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    1984 FERRARI TESTAROSSA
    Lot N°112 - Vente N°3888
    175 000 € - 225 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00h

    1988 Ferrari 328 GTS No reserve
    Lot N°115 - Vente N°3888
    80 000 € - 100 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00h

    1983 Ferrari 400i No reserve
    Lot N°138 - Vente N°3888
    50 000 € - 70 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00

    1982 Ferrari 512i Berlinetta Boxer
    Lot N°125 - Vente N°3888
    180 000 € - 220 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00

    1996 Ferrari F355 Spider No reserve
    Lot N°116 - Vente N°3888
    70 000 € - 90 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00

    1992 Ferrari 512 TR
    Lot N°101 - Vente N°3888
    120 000 € - 150 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00

    1967 Ferrari 330 GTC
    Lot N°90 - Vente N°3888
    480 000 € - 560 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00

    1989 Ferrari 328 GTB No reserve
    Lot N°136 - Vente N°3888
    90 000 € - 110 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00

    1978 Ferrari 512 Berlinetta Boxer
    Lot N°137 - Vente N°3888
    250 000 € - 300 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00

    1974 Ferrari 365 GT4 Berlinetta Boxer
    Lot N°113 - Vente N°3888
    250 000 € - 320 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00

    1993 Ferrari 348 Spider No reserve
    Lot N°117 - Vente N°3888
    50 000 € - 70 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00

    1966 Ferrari 275 GTC
    Lot N°99 - Vente N°3888
    2 300 000 € - 2 600 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00

    2008 Ferrari 599 GTB Manual
    Lot N°126 - Vente N°3888
    300 000 € - 400 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00

    1994 Ferrari 348 GTS No reserve
    Lot N°114 - Vente N°3888
    55 000 € - 75 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00

    1964 Ferrari 250 GT/L " Lusso "
    Lot N°100 - Vente N°3888
    900 000 € - 1 300 000 €
    08 févr. 2019 / 13:00
     
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  9. Red Sled

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    The 275GTC is an interesting one. Didn't know that only 3 were named as such as opposed to 275GTB/C. According to the Auction catalogue, it is Classiche certified but also appears to have been modified extensively. Perhaps the certification pre-dates mods?
     
  10. miurasv

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    #11 miurasv, Jan 24, 2019
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    The car is NOT a 275 GTB/C as I'm sure you know which is a different car altogether. The car is no longer Classiche Certified as it has been modified after the Certification.

    These 275 GTC cars appear to be as standard steel bodied, 3 Carb, 2 Cam (SOHC) 275 GTB Torque Tube drive shaft cars, which are of course very desirable.
     
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  11. Red Sled

    Red Sled Formula Junior

    Thank you for the helpful explanation. Apologies - I wasn't clear, but, yes, I was aware this is very different from a 275GTB/C but was curious as only 3 were built. A fascinating, yet far from standard car.
     

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