Ferrari 1962-1990: Market Review 2019

By: Cliff Chambers

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Ferrari 1962-90

Older Ferraris are doing well as they traditionally do during an automotive value boom, but take cover should a ‘crash’ come.

The 1980s, 1990s and 2000s all saw value cycles involving the 246GT Dino as a leading player.

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Back then, Boxers weren’t as popular or valuable as they have become, nor were the early-1960s 330GTs.

Mid-engined Ferrari 308 and 328s are appreciating as well but not to untenable levels being experienced by exotics like the F40. One exception is the early, fibreglass-bodied 308GT which can make $250,000.

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Ferraris at lowish prices do still exist, however the only pre-1990s car that’s viable for less than $100,000 is the strangely-styled Mondial.

246 Dino $716,495 [3] 

330GT/365GT $446,225 [4]

365GT 2+2/400I $138,160 [5] 

308GTB/GTSi $144,340 [5]

328GTS $176,550 [5] 

365BB/512BB $576,250 [4] 

Mondial $73,165 [3]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.


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