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Ferrari Pricing 360 F430 models

Discussion in '360/430' started by CJs360, Jan 3, 2021.

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  1. CJs360

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    2021 is here now and I’m wondering everyone’s thoughts if you think the value of 360’s & F430’s will go up/ stay the same/ or go down in value & Why?
     
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  3. Dave Bertrand

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    I think it will depend a lot on what the economy and stock market do. Sports Car Market's latest report from a couple days ago puts both the 360 and 430 in the "C" category for investment, which I think means they should hold their value. I have no idea if SCM's predictions are any good. They report every 3 months.

    Manual transmission examples will hold up stronger than F1 cars, as we've seen. But who's got a crystal ball? Not me!
     
  4. EastMemphis

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    I think it's pretty obvious that the 360/430 models have hit the bottom of the depreciation curve. Most likely, values for these models will remain static, adjusted for condition and mileage of course.

    The 360/430 line will likely never be considered a collectable, too many built. I doubt they will ever appreciate but they should hold their adjusted value.
     
  5. Mighty Joe

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    Who cares as they are both great cars! Drive 'em and enjoy 'em! Life is short!
     
  6. tbakowsky

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    The f430 is a great car. It will maintain value. The 360 is still on the sinking side of things.
     
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  8. paulchua

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    I think will follow inflation. the sticks will get a premium.
     
  9. ttforcefed

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  10. Dewinator

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    The certain end of depreciation and start of appreciation as a classic won’t be until you see the older and prettier 360s going for more than an equivalent F430.

    How long did the newer and faster 308s with a “more modern and angular design” sell for more than the older and slower Dinos with the “outdated” design? Now Dinos go for what, 5x a 308? The 360 will be the same in 15 years.
     
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  11. tbakowsky

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    The lack of needing belt changes on the 430, much nicer interior, the transmission performance, handling etc will always work in the 430's favor. I like the 360, but a spade is a spade..
     
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  13. efg2014

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    The bigger question is how many of you will be alive and able to drive your car when the 360s and F430s prices shoot up? :) Even if my car was to go up 100% I would not sell it. What would I do with the money? I really like my F430.
     
  14. armedferret

    armedferret Formula Junior

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    How would anybody know that?
     
  15. efg2014

    efg2014 Formula Junior

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    Let us say it will take 20 years. Now add 20 years to your age, how old will you be?
     
  16. armedferret

    armedferret Formula Junior

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    Might get hit by a semi or have a heart attack tomorrow. Might live to be 105. Do you honestly not comprehend the ridiculousness of asking people whether they'll be alive on a certain day? How could anyone know the answer to that?
     
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  17. efg2014

    efg2014 Formula Junior

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    You are obviously not getting it. I know a number of people who are in their 70s & 80s who can no longer get into their sports car. Sounds like you don't look
    very far ahead in life. Will I be driving my car at 80? More than likely as I'm preparing for it now. Sure may die before that in a car accident which isn't that likely.
    Have a nice day.
     
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  18. armedferret

    armedferret Formula Junior

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    I'm getting it just fine, friend. You asked who would be alive when cars took off in value. The answer is 100% "nobody knows and thats a ridiculous thing to ask".
     
  19. kes7u

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    I took it as a rhetorical question in advising everyone to forget about their values and just enjoy them while you have them, whatever their value!

    Then again, perhaps I took it wrong. I am like that.....

    Kevin
     
  20. armedferret

    armedferret Formula Junior

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    Nah that's fair. Ultimately it's all from one's own perspective and I wouldnt expect many (if any) members to have the same as me nor I as them. :)

    All is well. ;)
     
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  21. Maine57S1

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    360s are starting to go back up.. Ask guys in Australia and they are witnessing significant value increases.
     
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  23. ttforcefed

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    Also not the cleanest car in the world… Some of the pictures of the underbody look rough and the interior is OK


    Sent from my iPhone using FerrariChat
     
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  24. nickorette

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    When ICE cars get banned in the next 10 years then yes everything will go up. Supply and demand. I don't think there will be as much enthusiasm for electric exotics.
     
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  25. armedferret

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    internal combustion isn't going to be banned in 10 years lol
     
  26. tbakowsky

    tbakowsky F1 World Champ
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    No they won't, but you may not be able to drive them in the more densely populated areas ie..downtown etc.
     
  27. armedferret

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    I don't plan on living anywhere that has a "downtown" in 10 years so I spose that's fine by me. ;)
     
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  28. tbakowsky

    tbakowsky F1 World Champ
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    That is great for you if you have the option. Unfortunately many people who own a gas car don't.
     

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