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Discussion in 'Vintage Ferrari Market' started by Timmmmmmmmmmy, Jul 16, 2013.

  1. velocetwo

    velocetwo F1 World Champ

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    Any word on Bizzarrini p538 at russo

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  2. wildcat326

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    The NART hitting $25M? Not SOOO surprising, given that - at this price level, just like top Picassos or other fine art - the top qualified bidders don't view it as money so much as a wire transfer, and can often get in ego battles because they want to win or are enamored with singular works.

    What surprises me MORE is a 79 308 GTS in touched up, imperfect metallic beige hitting $60k. Nowhere near the scale of significance in terms of the investment/collector class, but VERY significant when you consider it's audience is not billionaire royals and tycoons, but $30k car collectors. This is exactly what happened in a very short span with Dinos.
     
  3. miurasv

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    LS?
     
  4. Marcel Massini

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    166 Inter Stabilimenti Farina Coupe 037 S sold at Russo & Steele for US$ 975'000 hammer. Underbidder was from Palm Beach/FL.

    Marcel Massini
     
  5. bigodino

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    I didn't know Series II cars were in that price range?!
     
  6. amenasce

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    Been for a while now.
     
  7. miurasv

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    They've been higher.
     
  8. thecheddar

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    That was actually a surprise to me - PF Cabs seem to have held steady around that number for a few years while other, less-rare, non-convertibles have rapidly risen. There are only so many factory roadsters between 1947 and 1962 after all.
     
  9. lor2435

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    Almost assuredly.

    This car fits perfectly into his collection.
     
  10. Daytonafan

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    What did the plexiglass Daytona sell for (or high bid) at Gooding?
     
  11. greg246

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    71 GTC/4 was $250k, how much did the 72 with a higher estimate go for?


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  12. Daytonafan

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    I've seen $205K said on Twitter but not sure if that's correct
     
  13. arhimede

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    wich is the most expensive car sold?

    The 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO with $35m?

    The FERRARI 250 TESTA ROSSA?

    the $29.5M Mercedes-Benz W196 from last month?
     
  14. miurasv

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    The Mercedes W196 is the highest auction price. The $35m 250 GTO 3505 was not sold at auction. The 275 GTB/4 NART Spyder 10709 sold by RM Auctions is the highest priced Ferrari sold at auction.
     
  15. Ferraripilot

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    The Mclaren F1 was the ultimate shocker to me. Unreal
     
  16. jnk

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    I was switching back and forth between the various auctions and I thought that I saw the cut Daytona at Russo and Steele at $700,000 If that is true WOW!!
     
  17. todaxyz

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    Does anybody have an update on how the various 330 GTCs did at auction this weekend?
     
  18. Randy

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    what did the 2 750s sell for?
     
  19. Atombender

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    Do you think that the proceeds going to charity made it easier for the bidders to leave some cash?

    McLaren is...wow. Never really been a far of the car's configuration. This is just nuts for a car built in the 90's. You can't ****ing drive it anymore because of speculators.

    Edit: RM is slow in updating their site.
     
  20. VIZSLA

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    100K for a Fiat Jolly may be the best indicator of the market.
     
  21. alberto

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    No kidding?
     
  22. ChalStrad

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    What did the 333 do?
     
  23. ChalStrad

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    333?
     
  24. VIZSLA

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    Absurd but not kidding
     
  25. Mrpbody44

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    These have been in that range for a while. Real ones are very rare.
     

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