For Sale 2000 Ferrari 456M 6-speed - Grigio Titanio/tan leather

Discussion in 'Ferraris' started by asgor, Oct 31, 2021.

  1. Jasonberkeley

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  3. Temerian

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    Rick Temerian
    It looks like there is a huge premium for 6 speeds. I think the market will speak as far as this car goes and I hope the owner gets a satisfactory price. GLWS.
  4. DSL11

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    Very interested in this car, how do we PM?
  5. asgor

    asgor Formula Junior
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    I sent you a PM.
  6. BigTex

    BigTex Seven Time F1 World Champ
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    It's an "M"'s a MT, and it's LOW miles, and beautiful.

    I 've always wanted one.....GLWS!

    I hate people that opine about value, I say:
    "The guy that pays the ask gets the car, and usually the girl.."

    They say "What?"
    :D :D :D
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  8. Juan-Manuel Fantango

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    #31 Juan-Manuel Fantango, Nov 28, 2021 at 6:01 PM
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    These are great cars and very expensive when new, but I had no idea they had gone up so much. And if not now, they will. I just looked at Hammerprice, a great app for auctions, and I see what you are looking at, that 160k price paid in Monterey, 5,600 mile Azzurro California with the estimate of 90 to 110k. Bat is a great option in my opinion. That sucker almost hit 180k with fee! Looking at pictures, worth every penny.
  9. yudkib

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    Jan 14, 2020
    @Juan-Manuel Fantango I believe it was also a one-owner car from Ron Tonkin. It was a museum grade car & worth every penny. The estimate was a joke even using 2019 prices for 456's. I told my wife I was bidding under $140k and she could divorce me if she wanted. The better comp was sold at Monterey earlier this year, but at the moment even that result seems like it could be ancient history.
  10. Mirek

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    It is insane. You can still (maybe) get a 2003 456M with a shifter (and a V12) for less than - say a 1997 355 manual. A quick search reveals that they built over 11,000 355’s and about 8,500 were shifter cars. For reference, they built about 3,200 456 models TOTAL over 8 years (and it cost way way more that any 355). Figure 1,500+/- of them are shifter cars. It is a small number even by Ferrari standards.

    They are just super rare birds, albeit maintenance heavy.
    Mine is a GTA (LA traffic/wife) and I love it more than the shifter, it’s a great box. This looks to be a great car good luck with the sale !

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