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Discussion in 'Vintage Ferrari Market' started by intrepidcva11, Aug 25, 2018.
I've thought good 330GTC's were $600K-$750K cars
Ouch.... i thought they were $600K cars as well.
Was a tired car
I started a thread on this a while back, but got no love. Seeing how it can take $250k to a GTC to number 2 status, anything under $600k is cheap.
Seems about right to me, depending on whether that includes buyer's premium or not. Looks like Sheehan sold the one he had, so that's another data point.
This discussion should be relocated to the market section.
The black one? Do you know for how much?
He doesn't list the sale price, just the last asking price ($539k). I presume it was somewhere close that?
GTC, Daytona and BB all are trending down IMO.
Sounds like a good time to buy one!
Missing a Daytona. They are the featured Ferrari at the FCA meet at the Glen in Sept. Hope I am smart enough to leave my checkbook at home!
How much more would it have brought if it had been marketed as a "barn find' rather than merely having "charming patina"?
It was not a barn find.
But it did not have its original color anymore.
It was born Grigio Fumo (smoke grey) according to factory documents.
It was repainted in the early days, no matter what the previous longterm owner thinks.
FWIW the sell-through rate for all Ferrari offered in the Monterey auctions was 53%, down from 68% in 2017.
The second Lusso at Gooding was a barn find--and barn fresh.
About 40 years with same owner in South FL. Sold to a collector in L.A., who will have it completely restored in Italy.
Good to hear, probably a sensible price paid.
what does the crystal ball say on how much lower the GTC market may go based on how quickly it has risen, 10%, 20, 30%?