Ferrari 1991-2008: Market Review 2019

By: Cliff Chambers

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Ferrari 1991-2008

Dare we suggest that later model Ferraris have become so common that they barely raise an eyebrow any more?

Locally delivered cars are scarce and come with a price premium but onlookers would have no idea whether your car first turned a wheel in Toorak or Tokyo.

| Smart Classics: Ferrari 456M

Bargains include 360 coupes at under $100,000 and the heavyweight 456GT for not much more. F355s are rated among the best Ferraris of recent times and have enjoyed consistent value gains to reach $250,000.

| Past Blast: 1997 Ferrari 355

Similar money buys a 430 coupe or front-engined V12 575M. Testarossa pricing spans a broad range, with the cheapest cars being LHD-build imports and the dearest of them low-km RHD cars from the 1980s.

F355 Coupe $258,875 [8] 

360 Coupe $138,680 [5] 

360 Spider $149,045 [9]

430 Coupe $272,330 [14] 

456GT $136,000 [8] 

550M/575M $246,725 [4]

512TR/Testarossa $331,585 [8]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.


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