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Monterey Auctions 2017

Discussion in 'Vintage Ferrari Market' started by Marcel Massini, Jul 12, 2017.

  1. miurasv

    miurasv F1 Veteran

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    Only about 150 206 GT Dinos were made and they had an alloy body whereas 246s were steel. The 206 was more expensive when new than the 246.
     
  2. TheMayor

    TheMayor Seven Time F1 World Champ
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    IMO -- the 206 had better proportions as well. It's a few inches shorter.
     
  3. geno berns

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    At the peak 206 Dinos traded for over $700k
     
  4. Jwhenke

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    A friend recently acquired a testarossa
    How can we get your opinion and report in the car
    Thank you
     
  5. T308

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    Unless the auction house stiffs you and puts you at the end of the auction after the star cars have sold, then you're just wasting time and money.
     
  6. pnorell

    pnorell Formula Junior
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    I agree with both of you on this point. I had my 330 GT in Monterey along with 4 others - I sold mine post-auction for a very strong price. It received market interest a few weeks before the auction but alas I could not pull the car. I considered mine a nicely restored 330 to both driver and concours level (it won a Silver Award at Concorso Ferrari in 2017). The dilemma with these is the amount of time and money needed to get them to the level one wants. Even a well sorted one could cost $50k-100k to get it perfect.
     

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