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Old 09-11-2013, 05:47 PM
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Ferrari 250 SWB replica Comp.61

A friend of mine has a 1961 Comp 61 SWB replica he wants to sell.
Very nice and detailed car. Correct body and chassis.
What would the be the price in todays market?
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What model Ferrari is it based on, Tom?
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Old 09-11-2013, 06:38 PM
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Pictures?
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Old 09-12-2013, 12:16 PM
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Does it have FIA (HTP) papers? This will help for a much better price.
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Old 09-12-2013, 12:25 PM
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250 gte papers
scratch-built chassis
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Without pictures, it will be hard to see if the body is correct..

Several SWB repro on the market with correct body that do not look correct (ex: http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/004...grande.jpg?381).
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Without pictures, it will be hard to see if the body is correct..

Several SWB repro on the market with correct body that do not look correct (ex: http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/004...grande.jpg?381).
SWB 1961 page HIETBRINK coachbuilding
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Is the car finished? The rear and profile look good. The front, a little too high but that is hard to tell with one small picture/unpainted/without headlights.
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Is the car finished? The rear and profile look good. The front, a little too high but that is hard to tell with one small picture/unpainted/without headlights.
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Is the engine built to full Comp 61 spec (or better?), & does it have alloy gearbox case?
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Is the engine built to full Comp 61 spec (or better?), & does it have alloy gearbox case?
Also what gauge aluminium is the body built in and is the chassis as per Comp./61 spec?
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Bottom line, hard to answer the question with the info and pics we have. It does look very nice from the pics on both websites.

The last ones i have seen for sale were going between $400k and $600k.
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Any idea what he wants for it?
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GTO Engineering will build you a new one from scratch for a bit under GBP 400K. Looks stunning.
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