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For Sale 1985 Ferrari 308 Quattro Valvole - White on Red

Discussion in 'Ferraris' started by kylefromidaho, Sep 17, 2018.

  1. david

    david Formula Junior

    Feb 21, 2001
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    And here's another nice 308 that I can't believe is still waiting for a new owner. I'm kind of thinking that in a few years there will be people remembering when they could have picked up a 308 for around 80K.

    When I bought my 308, the owner also had a lovely little yellow Dino in his garage. It was a real beauty, and I remember at the time thinking that if it ever came up for sale, I'd like to buy it. A few years later, I saw it advertised in FML. I thought the 80K he was asking was a little steep for a Dino, so I passed...
     
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  2. kylefromidaho

    kylefromidaho Karting
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    Apr 13, 2017
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    Boise Idaho
    I am surprised it is still around as well the car is SO NICE!!! Thinking about sending it to Scottsdale. What do you guys think?
     
  3. thorn

    thorn F1 Rookie

    Aug 7, 2012
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    Scottsdale, as in Barrett-Jackson? I'd be surprised if the car sold for over $57K at their auctions.

    (That's an observation on BJ, not the car.)
     
  4. Schulz308

    Schulz308 Formula 3

    May 21, 2014
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    Agreed.

    Barrett is more friend to the muscle cars etc.
     
  5. kylefromidaho

    kylefromidaho Karting
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    I would never use Barrett, there are several auctions going on at the same time in Scottsdale. I am thinking Bonhams or Russo and Steele
     
  6. blu308qv

    blu308qv Karting

    Nov 12, 2008
    87
    Florida
    I’m interested in the car. Need more info. Call me. 727-687-1239. Lars
     
  7. WestCoasta

    WestCoasta Karting
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    May 18, 2016
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    Any chance you wanna make room by selling the white/red TR? :)

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  8. kylefromidaho

    kylefromidaho Karting
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    Boise Idaho
    Just left a message give me a call back when you can.
     
  9. kylefromidaho

    kylefromidaho Karting
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    Left a couple messages with no response. Give me a call when you can. 208-659-9588
     
  10. JazzyJay

    JazzyJay Formula Junior

    Oct 26, 2005
    363
    Connecticut
    Might be late for the Barrett Jackson comment, but I don’t think Ferrari’s do well in those type of “public” auctions. They asked if I wanted to sell my 308 QV at BJ Mohegan Sun in Connecticut last year, and I said no way.

    First, as a registered buyer, you don’t get much access to the cars and their maintenance history. This is much less of an issue with a Corvette (where parts are cheap even for an expensive “collector” Vette). But buying a sub-$100k Ferrari at a public auction could cost you a ton of cash fixing who-knows-what type of issues. That’s why Ferrari’s and other exotics don’t get bid too high...buyers are simply too cautious given the risk.

    I think Ferraris fetch far more cash at “private” style auctions (the high-end auctions that allow plenty of buyer interaction with the cars).



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  11. Owens84QV

    Owens84QV F1 Rookie

    Oct 2, 2001
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    Spot on. Unless the exotic is a super-rare and with well-know history, most “modern” Ferrari’s do not do well. Now, if your mechanically adept and don’t mind a potential project, the auction could be the perfect place to snag a bargain.
     
  12. warrenz

    warrenz Karting

    Aug 11, 2014
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    Regis Bragg Stevenson
    I would advise to hold on and wait to May 2019,,
    a lot of $ has come out of the market,
    ,true some has gone back in.
    But remember,,
    the crash of 1987 kicked off a huge bull market in vintage Ferrari.
    Fair Value is $100k IMHO
     
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