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Old 06-19-2017, 07:11 PM
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It does look nice in red, but the rare blue does stand out especially the two color blue interior.
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Old 06-19-2017, 10:31 PM
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It does look nice in red, but the rare blue does stand out especially the two color blue interior.
The best looking color was the blue medium with tan interior that Emilio sold two years ago. My red one is not for sale.

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Old 06-20-2017, 12:34 AM
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What are these cars asking prices in Europe? Can you give me a range of prices?

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Old 06-20-2017, 02:27 AM
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What are these cars asking prices in Europe? Can you give me a range of prices?

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In the cheapest market for this model, that is the Italian one, we are in the 60-85 k euro range for very good cars to the excellent top ones. More or less, of course.

For 70k Euro, today, you can buy a great car. That is the same price a 328 today has. Once 328 costed much more than the 208 turbo.

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What are these cars asking prices in Europe? Can you give me a range of prices?

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There is actually no "market" for these outside Italy; there are a few that have been exported here and there later, but in single numbers, so not enough to make a true "market" in Europe (there is one for sale in Poland right now, for instance).

https://www.classicdriver.com/de/car...tb/1989/464641

Only in Italy are the numbers sufficient to make a market.

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Old 06-20-2017, 04:57 AM
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There is actually no "market" for these outside Italy; there are a few that have been exported here and there later, but in single numbers, so not enough to make a true "market" in Europe (there is one for sale in Poland right now, for instance).

https://www.classicdriver.com/de/car...tb/1989/464641

Only in Italy are the numbers sufficient to make a market.

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You are right. A said, it's easy to find one here in Italy, but not so easy to find an excellent one.

Outside Italy? there are some in Germany.

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You are right. A said, it's easy to find one here in Italy, but not so easy to find an excellent one.

Outside Italy? there are some in Germany.

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There is one in Portugal for sale right now.
Some information says that some "Turbos" may actually have been delivered new by the factory in Portugal.

http://www.anamera.com/en/detail/car...cache=1&ret=63

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Somebody wants this car at 125,000 with 2 days 14 hours left.
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Old 06-21-2017, 12:56 AM
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Somebody wants this car at 125,000 with 2 days 14 hours left.
An ultra rare color combination and a rare very good conditions car can do a big price, but I have to be honest and say that I didn't expect so much, even if is 20 times less than a 288 GTO price, that has been produced in more or less the same numbers.

If anyone is looking for a very good one here in Italy, I can find it for less and do a proper PPI

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I absolutely LOVE the blue GTB!! Its fantastic!
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Old 06-24-2017, 04:12 PM
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126k no sell, anyone know the reserve?
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Again, the website AutoScout24 has them listed by the zillions.

Well .... not quite 'zillions' but you get the picture.



Just checked: 112 Ferrari 208 engined cars; €50K to €190K.
One in Blue over Black "Boxer" paint scheme.
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I'm going on with the book about the 208 turbo and the other turbo cars of the eighties, including the 126 CK and the 126 C2. most of the book will be about the two liters turbocharged cars, but there will be a lot about the 288, the F40 and something about the Formula 1 car of 1981 and 1982 too. There will be a bit of room for the Schedoni suitcases too

Any Idea about what you would find in that book, or just any tip?

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It was an odd auction as the $125k bid came out of nowhere supposedly from someone who had seen the car and met the seller so it's strange that, despite the huge increase in bid offering he apparently didn't know what the reserve was. Afterwards there was some discussion during which the seller revealed that the car had been sold. BaT however, obviously didn't get their cut so not sure how they feel about that. Seems like a dealer playing the system for cheap exposure and advertisement IMO.
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