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Discussion in 'Vintage Ferrari Market' started by Napolis, Jan 23, 2006.
RM How did it go???
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1967 Ferrari 212 E Montagna $1,650,000 Sold
Here's the pix, bio & estimate
What an awesome machine . I would take that to the nurburgring as soon as delievered
Andrew you may want to rephrase that
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That price seems low with a chassis that has such history?
Compared to Hemi Cuda's true.
It's a strange world we live in...
How about the Mclaren M6 GT! I remember the '74 R&T article and thought for years "if I could ever have just one car...." It is still high on my list and the price seems like a steal. The 300S Maser would have been my first pick. George
Musical chairs at this point. When the music stops, I am going to feel sorry for the morons left holding. Well, actually I will not!
The question to me is: What impact is the eventual collapse of muscle car prices going to have on the overall collector car market? Will vintage F-car values also get dragged way down? Will we see an overall market contraction like in the early 1990s?
Muscle cars craze wont last . Its even more sillier than the Fcars .
Some pple say that this time the F car boom will last because they are being bought by collectors and not speculators as in the 90s.
The McLaren sold for $423,500.
IMO a good buy.
Yes, the pre-auction estimate in the catalogue was $550K to $750K.
Excellent buy Jim
Did you just answer the question I was going to ask?!?
Is it coming to your stable?
I'll play the horsey role and be the devil's advocate. I don't see the muscle car action collapsing soon for one reason -- demographics.
There are a lot more people into old muscle cars than old sports cars - A LOT MORE! Like millions and millions more.
Want more? A lot of these guys (and maybe one or two gals) have reached the "toy" stage in their life. Kids are through college. House is paid down. The clock is ticking. You can almost hear Jim Morrison singing, "The future don't set and the end is always end."
Don't forget, the first Boomers turn 65 in 2010. As a group, I predict that we're gonna do what we have always done - Boogie On!
PS Sorry for the hijack
How about that 4 headlight 330 2+2 for $77K ? Sounds like an uptick to me...
The car was bought off Ebay four months ago for $56,100 by Classic Showcase. I have no idea how much they invested, but it would appear that they chose not to invest in this Ferrari and bring it up their normal high standards. They had several other cars at the auction which well represented their high standards. This 330 looked like a used car that they didn't even bother to adjust the trunk panel fit.
No. There is really only one real one of those and that's not the one. The real one isn't for sale. If it was...
My next one is in the works and I predict that it will be a MAJOR SH IT STORM. I think Dale agrees with me...
It is a surprising result for a series 1 car. They must have worked a bit of magic in the crowd for that one.
It just takes two people who what that car......the bid price (not including the buyer's premium) was about 10% above the Ferrari Market Letter asking price index (a trailing indicator) for both series I and II cars. That sound you hear is me kicking myself for not buying the 275GTS. It was an older restoration, but looked like a solid car.
1.2 mil at BJ for a CHEVELLE.
It's way, way, way beyond craze now.