ZFFKD32B000080097 is back on eBay.

Discussion in 'Mondial' started by Dizengoff, May 7, 2012.

  1. Scaledetails

    Scaledetails F1 Rookie
    Silver Subscribed Owner

    Nov 19, 2003
    Las Vegas
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    Scary, this Euro car that may need more than just a major right away based on the description and lack of info, hence the low bids and hard sell. Factor $12-$15K just to get the car road ready for anyone bidding.
  2. Dizengoff

    Dizengoff Formula Junior

    Nov 24, 2011
    I agree, especially since its a T.

    But it's a coupe which is what's so cool about it...only at the right price, though.
  3. snj5

    snj5 F1 World Champ

    Feb 22, 2003
    San Antonio
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    Russ Turner

    minimum immediate $10K drop to fettle and get everything right.

    but, if it were only grey or green...........
  4. Dizengoff

    Dizengoff Formula Junior

    Nov 24, 2011
    I asked the seller what the reserve price is.

    I was told "fair market value."

    So I asked what exactly that means. It's a T coupe, which is rare, but it's a Euro which isn't that rare compared to US T coupes.

    It's red, which is the most common Ferrari color. Were it black or green or grey or some other color it would be a different story.

    It needs much work because it's been sitting. Very pricey since its a T.

    So to me, "fair market value" means the price should reflect those factors. The required maintenance, the color, the risk involved with acquisition because of condition, etc. Because of these things I wouldn't spend more than $22k for it. Just my opinion.
  5. ProCoach

    ProCoach F1 Veteran

    Sep 15, 2004
    VIR Raceway
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  6. Dutchman

    Dutchman F1 Veteran
    Owner Lifetime Rossa

    Dec 4, 2002
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    Was the car imported from France? Did they change the clock (km to miles) when it was imported from France?
    Nice looking Mondial though, but definitely needs an engine out service.

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