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  1. srslusso

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    After The Gooding Auction l-r Mark Krammer, Steve Steinhardt, Marcel Massini & the world’s best Ferrari photographer
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    Great shots Steve, any luck on the 575 search?
     
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    Thank you for the pics!
     
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    Chassis J12, not completed in period. It was one of the previewed lots for the Gooding Amelia Island auction.
     
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    Yes, an originally would be many millions but this is difficult to assess since it was only built many years after they were outlawed.
     
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    I would enjoy driving it to my local events or on a track sometime . It is just barely street drivable but real unlike a phony Cobra.
     
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    I understand what you are saying and agree BUT it fits somewhere between the built and raced J cars and the replica's. My understanding is that they were sold as incomplete chassis and while most parts were likely from the JWA/ Ford parts bin J11 and J12 cannot be said to be original (as built by Ford). And that is where all the money is, maybe still worth between $5 and 10 million but any of J2 - J8 would be around $10 - 20 million
     
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    What is the highest amount a J car has actually sold for?
     
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    AFAIK there has never been a J car/ Mark IV sold at auction. Closest comparable is a Gulf GT40 which is actually pretty much unrelated but hey ho RM sold a Mirage built GT40 Gulf team car for $11 million back in 2012 so in todays money, closer to $20 million and only Porsche 917s and Ferrari have consistently broken out of those price brackets stated above so seems right although I would add the Le Mans winning J5 would be in the $20 - 30 million range........
     
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    Ok. Thank you, Timothy.
     
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    Gooding's estimate for J12 is $2-2.5 million which sounds about right.
     
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    I for one wouldn't argue with that value although it seems low, I would of thought at least double that since it is a genuine legit FAV chassis but hey why not. Thanks for the info
     

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