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Official Ferrari 812 Competizione and C Aperta value thread

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  1. roma1280

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    Many don’t car about the vulgar notions of value but for those that do I thought we could post here as information starts to emerge on the value of 812 C and 812CA.
     
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  3. roma1280

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    What do we think well optioned 812c and 812ca will cost?
     
  4. Lcawley

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    The base price including transport in the US is $598,567 for the C version; I guess you can add $100K to $150K to that with options
     
  5. roma1280

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    Interesting thank you. So for a well-optioned car cost should be say:

    812C $700k
    812CA $800k

    So the big question is where will the first models trade?

    My guess would be $1m for C and $1.2m for CA

    thoughts?
     
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  6. leopoldo

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    The question is probably ...not what price someone will ask but at what price they will able to sell them ! I think on the very few cars that will be traded , someone will able to get $200K more of its rsp. I don’t think much more because very rich lover of the prancing horse are already on the list of the 999 coupe’ and 599 A, moreover this was not a “ cheap car “ with a value of almost 60% more of the 812 SF and GTS” . This is my opinion.
     
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  8. roma1280

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    You don’t think there are more than 1,600 people worldwide that can afford and would like the car?
     
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  9. leopoldo

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    Yes of course but if you take a look to the market is not easy to find them . Many tdf for sale with high price and still there ..I don’t think that if you put the price 300 or 400 k more than rsp you will sell like hot cakes...but this is only my vision ( maybe wrong !! )
     
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  10. Elisesko

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    I agree. The list of people willing to pay 750k for a 1.5m secondary market car gets smaller and smaller as the spread gets more narrow. And Ferrari has a good recent history of not leaving lots on the table.
     
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  11. roma1280

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    I think the first F12 tdf’s sold at around $1.25m iirc, do you think these would sell for less? I guess the numbers are around double here is that right?
     
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  13. 95spiderman

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    im very curious to see how the aperta is priced vs the icona models from last year. not sure which one i would prefer either.
     
  14. roma1280

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    There was only icona model and it was the Monza and it was right around $1.9m. So nicely specced 812 CA will be less than half of that no?
     
  15. 95spiderman

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    Will need to know how many comp a they will make compared to monza
     
  16. colonels

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    and given the wild price ride of the TDF dropping below 800k for a while there i think 2nd hand buyers will beware more
     
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  17. roma1280

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    Aren't we assuming both around 500?
     
  18. ScottS

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    Monza not street legal in US which defines its use case. The 812C/CA can be tracked and driven in the street in, say Miami, etc.

    Personally the number of launch spec monzas was disappointing as opposed to the anticipated variety and TM options for this car.


    LIke with the PISTA for example a wide Variety of spec and colors. That said most monzas don’t spend a lot of time in public here in the us so there may be bias.
     
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  19. 95spiderman

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    How are they planning to position comp vs sf90? Which is top of line?
     
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  20. REALZEUS

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    In terms of performance, the SF90 Stradale.
     
  21. Tommy Boy

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    I don't think positioning applies as much when it is a numbered car. A numbered car by definition is higher than the top of the line platform - which is the SF-90.
     
  22. roma1280

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    So it seems the price list is out, in the US the base model of the 812C is right around $600,000. That’s a pretty amazing premium to the 812SF! Am assuming most cars will be in the $675k to $750k range. Am assuming that puts the secondary value at at least $900k maybe more.
     
  23. 95spiderman

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    Of course. Aren't tdf's over million,?
     
  24. roma1280

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    I think at the high they were $1.2m, now around $600k-$800k I think (please correct if I’m off)
     
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  25. mkultra

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    Low mileage TDF's, with under 1k miles at authorized dealerships, are asking $1-$1.295 million right now. Some, depending on how its specced are in the $900's
     
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  26. willcrook

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    here in the uk they were £900k at peak and now are £600k, they've dropped a lot
     
  27. roma1280

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    Yea agree my understanding is that they are $600-$800k over here at the moment.
     
  28. Maximus1977

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    A lot is riding on the successor of the 812....
     
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