Ferrari 1962-1990 - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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2021 Market Review - Ferrari 1962-1990

Ferrari values are seen as a barometer for the international exotic car market and the weather overseas looks fine. Caution is still wise, especially in the Dino 246GT market where money sought for apparently similar cars can vary by $100,000.

Also expensive and with strong growth prospects are traditional front- engined V12 coupes [330GT and 365GTC] which currently cost less than the 246. Limit your outlay to less than $200,000 and models that appeal include 308GTSi Targas, the Dino GT4 and V12-engined 365GT 2+2. The popular 328GTS is still easily found yet prices are increasing and look set to reach $250K.

Boxers are up as well and most now cost $500,000+. The Mondial is still being ignored so it remains possible to own a Ferrari for less than $100,000.

246GT Dino $668,300 [3]

Dino GT4 $144,160 [5]

330GT/365GT $482,980 [3]

365GT 2+2/400I $145,830 [7]

308GTB/GTSi $161,665 [3]

328GTS $224,850 [11]

365BB/512BB $539,485 [4]

Mondial $87,000 [3]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2021 European & British Value Guide.


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From Unique Cars #456, Aug 2021


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