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Discussion in '288GTO/F40/F50/Enzo/LaFerrari' started by zsnnf, Mar 6, 2004.
Does anyone know the sticker price of the 288GTO's when they were new?
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According to the following link:
In 1984, the MSRP for the 288 GTO was $83,400 (according to Road & Track magazine).
Now they're a steal at $300,000
hehe..905 000 frs in France !
Interesting....... They list 6 prices for F40's?????
Only one is original MSRP, the rest are at later years.
O.K. Which one is original MSRP? Are the others showing a price increase from the factory?
Neat website. It's interesting to see that even inflation adjusted how much 8cyl and 12cyl Ferrari's have gone up in price.
1985 308 GTB QV $55,170 (adjusted for 2002)= $91,723
1985 Testarossa $87,000 (adjusted for 2002)= $144,642
Ferrari is basically charging 74% more for their current 8cyl(360) and 52% more for the 12cyl(575) than they did in 1985.
That's crazy, but I'm sure a more important factor has been the increase in number of "wealthy" Americans - the demand drives up the prices, especially with a production cap.
wow - I stand corrected Rick - I am amazed how low they were!!!
How about a '78 308 $41,000 = 2002 $117,000. I damn near stole the car!!
That's a fun little website!!
Did Ferrari make the 328 in 1990 or had they already changed to the 348 by 1990?
Link shows a 1990 328 MSRP.
Now that I look, I am not sure!! Originally I thought that only the first price is factory MSRP...the rest are open market prices.
89 was the last year.