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242 1967 Ferrari 330GTS 09781 RM/Sothebys $1,800,000.00 $2,200,000.00
154 1967 Ferrari 330GTS 10111 Gooding Scottsdale $2,200,000.00...
That was sold on BaT in 2018.
Real Ferraris don't have roofs, and can drive just fine in the rain, even win races!
Eugenio Castellotti wins the race in a Ferrari 290 MM....
According to Barchetta, someone paid $14,000 for it in 1963 and sold it for $12,166 in 1964. They lost money on it!...
Cheers to the non-mouse belt Canadian examples!
Looks like a nice example. I love 512 TR's in Yellow.
I assume that was with buyer's premium. I didn't see the mileage, was it a benchmark car?
Anyone in the market for a red TR would be a fool not to make an offer on this one. It's very well priced considering the maintenance and provenance.
No affiliation. If anyone is looking for a low mileage Valeo here is your car, as long as you are willing to pay $100,000....
I think it would be worth more. Much rarer, more developed, but hardly suffering from modern technology.
If I had to choose one for free I...
Now that is a piece of rolling history. Beautiful!
550 Barchettas for sure.
330 GTS $2.2 million
308 GT4 $90,000
I would be surprised if...
No affiliation. Interesting, resto-modding a 512 BB.
Some of those estimates seem very optimistic.
I always loved reading about your car. I agree the market has come down, but I think 195K for that one was truly well bought.
Bonham's, Scottsdale 2015. Anyone here buy it?
Sorry to be an internet pig, I am hungry for more here, but can we please get some pics of that unique Lusso dash?
512 TR on BaT with 16K miles just sold for $150,000+$5,000 commission. Seemed like a pretty nice example.
A screaming deal or the new market?...
I would live in that house if it was the price to pay for driving that car every day.
Thank you for listing this here.
GLWS and Happy New Year!