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1999 355 f1 spider 1 owner fast sale?

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  1. ferrari detailer

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    #1 ferrari detailer, Mar 4, 2008
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    i have a 1999 f1355 spider red tan bought it new, has the badges seat covers, books, keys, window sticker. i don't know what its worth. car has had a clutch, but need the 30 k service. any ideas on what it is worth or how i can sell it fast. ??????????? 27621 miles
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  3. Ferrari Fanatic

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    Are you sure you really want to know. The market is pretty soft right now. Maybe in Spring it may firm up. You must have guesstimate.
     
  4. ferrari detailer

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    what is it worth? i won't hurt my feelings, until i hear the price
     
  5. Ferrari Fanatic

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    How many miles ?
     
  6. wingfeather

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    I could humor you with some of the lowball offers & banter I've recieved.
     
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  8. TOOLFAN

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    You have a PM
     
  9. LetsJet

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    You don't say what country you are in.....
     
  10. ferrari detailer

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    i live in omaha nebr, i ordered the car from ferrari of atlanta new.
     
  11. Tomf-1

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  13. ferrari detailer

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    thanks. that looks like a nice car.
     
  14. James in Denver

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    Yet another "how much is it worth" but really "hey PM me, I'm selling my car" threads.

    Pay the $15 to subscribe and post an ad.

    With that said, fast sale my guess would be in mid 60s or lower 70s. Just guessing. It is a 99, but it has "high miles", needs a service and its an F1.

    James in Denver
     
  15. mksu19

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    Might wanna try the "Motivated 355 buyer" guy, see if you could "fast sale" your car to him. Just a suggestion. Good luck! :D
     
  16. LetsJet

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    Fast sale..... I'd guess high 70's but the market is higher. I don't think 27k miles on a 9 yo car is high miles. Seems about right to me, 3k miles year.
     
  17. Joe G.

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    price it at $60k and it'll fly out the door

    price it at $70k and it'll sell within a month (if it passes a compression and leak down)

    price it at $80k, and you'll get alot of calls, BS'r's, and waste of timers....and maybe sell it ...maybe not ....within several months

    price it at $90k and people will think you're on drugs


    my 2 cents
     
  18. ferrari detailer

    Dec 3, 2007
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    i really don't know what it is worth but you can bet i will spend the $15 for the ad so i can sell it.thanks
     
  19. ferrari detailer

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    thanks for the responses on what the car i worth.
     
  20. MamoVaka

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    gorgeous car.. even though I hear the F1's are a living hell.. good luck with the sale!
     
  21. VTChris

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    Don't believe everything you hear (or read on Fchat)
     
  22. Ferrari Fanatic

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    +1000.

    He nailed it. Well put and I think those numbers are spo on.

    The part that is scary as heck is that 4 years ago salvage title cars were going in the low 60s. 5 years ago this 1999 would fetch about a buck ten.
     
  23. 285ferrari

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    Not high miles on a regular car, but for a Ferrari in a SELL, repeat SELL situation, it is high miles...... That is because there are so many cars out there with lower mileage...
     
  24. Skipper

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    PM me if you still have it
     
  25. J. Salmon

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    This is unfortunately true. People can talk all they like about how 30k miles is not a lot. I know from experience that in a Ferrari it is a big, big deal. I had people that simply were not interested regardless of price... they simply were not going to own a "high mileage' Ferrari. One guy told me - and he was being honest - that the car becomes one for "bottom feeders" as he put it.

    Good luck with your sale. You may be better off finding a dealer that will buy it from you, but this is a tough market for sellers.
     
  26. tchaic

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    I tried to sell my Ferrari on cars.com, ferrarichat, Ebay, etc... for 6 months with no takers. My car was pretty rough and was a 97 Spyder. Finally took it to a dealer only auction in Orlando and sold it for $55K which was more then I could get anywhere else. I think the guy who pegged it at $60K for fast sale, $70K for a month, $80 to Waste your time, and $90 to look like a nut is dead on. Trying to sell a Ferrari if you aren't a Franchise dealer or known collector is harder than you think in this economic downturn. Your car is really nice so good luck with your sale. You might try having a dealer run it through the auction in California, Atlanta, Orlando, or WPB as 355's do surprisingly well there. I also hear the one in Manheim, PA is good but have no personal experience there. CM
     
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