Ferrari 1962-90 - 2018 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Ferrari 1962-90

Ferrari 1962-90 - 2018 Market Review
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If you’ve got $500,000-700,000 with which to buy an ‘investment’ car then latch onto a 1960s front-engined Ferrari and hang on for what might become a wild ride.

The 330-365-series cars took their time to erupt but once on the move the money being sought for GTC versions has zoomed past $750,000. Later 365 2+2 and 400i models are yet to react and still cost $120-135,000.

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Looking at the mid-engined market there is no more exciting buy than a 246 Dino but there are few in the market and prices are predicted to hit $1 million soon.

308GT and GTSi models were scarce during recent months and the average isn’t representative. More realistic would be the $180-200,000 being sought for a low-km 328GTS.

330GT/365GT $544,890 [5]

365/400i $128,335 [3]

308GTB/GTSi $144,950 [3]

328GTS $181,720 [8]

Mondial $49,500 [3]

Mondial Spider $88,300 [5]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Euro & Brit Car Value Guide.

 

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