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430 Scuds that don’t sell for years

Discussion in '360/430' started by OneFastM3, Jun 15, 2019.

  1. f355spider

    f355spider F1 World Champ
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    Titanium exhaust pipe option on the rosso corsa one
     
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  2. plastique999

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  3. LightGuy

    LightGuy Three Time F1 World Champ
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    The CNC/Illuso scud sold last week aparently. Ask was 150. IMO a nice 09 driver that one woulnt feel too bad about putting miles on yet low enough to in good condition.
     
  4. ShineKen

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    Possi Blu car had at least 1 sideskirt damage. Maybe a wheel damage as well. Interior looked fine, but steering wheel looked dirty because it was light gray. Rest of the car seemed fine. I always said that was a sub $150k car. They tried selling in the $160's.. never worked.
     
  5. kiryu

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    i seen the blue car in person and also reviewed the PPI. That car at a minimum would need 15-20k of work to be acceptable for my taste, and 40-50k if you want it to be perfectly comparable to others. Yes based on miles that's a good car, but only if you want to use it as a rental/track car and not spend anything on it. The interior is quite disgusting, both seat and thigh bolsters and steering wheels are dirty and worn, stuff that you have to look at everyday. Makes me wonder was the car ever being used as a coach car if not why is the passenger equally as worn as the driver's side. Then there's the missing radio code, key, cracked bumper and sideskirts, burnt carbon in the engine bay, heat cracked rear window and lots of signs of track use...u would think 150 is cheap, i had it 10% off and still had to walk away
     
  6. plastique999

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    ^^ that’s a crying shame


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  7. kiryu

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    oh yeah and that's only big cosmetic issues, havent even get to the minor cosmetic and mechanical ones...
    a shame indeed, the car looks nice from far
     
  8. scuderia09

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    Na i don't think so , like to see a 2 tone interior on a real Scuderia maybe your thinking of F430
     
  9. scuderia09

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    I don,t think so , building Scuderia without a order Ferrari don't work that way try buying a Ferrari without a order at a dealer , lol...dream on
     
  10. scuderia09

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    So 1500 Scuds. world wide is alot ?????????????
     
  11. barabba

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    Considering how many I see around, there are many more than 1500. There are what, 1200 CSs... and it’s very rare to see any around. Go to a Ferrari car meet and count how many Scuds you see.
     
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  12. scuderia09

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    there no Scuderia at these Ferrari car meets don't know which meets you go too, in Canada there maybe 4 or 5 in the whole country
     
  13. f355spider

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    Agreed, I rarely see a CS around here unless it is a friends...but I see a bunch of Scuderias in the Seattle area. They must be at least 8 or 9 that I know about...probably more that I don't know.
     
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  14. ShineKen

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    I've only seen a Scud on the streets maybe 3 times randomly (not car meet or show). One Grigio Silverstone on the hwy. One parked in front of a store on PCH. That's about it. There's not enough Scuds made imo lol.
     
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  15. ChipG

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    I see a lot of Scuds in Los Angeles / SoCal and at meetups but not 1 CS in about 5 years on the road, seems like most the CS owners are preserving their cars and keeping them as investments/showpieces and the Scud guys are not to that point yet. I have been on the fence about buying a Scud for a long time.
     
  16. plastique999

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    Now’s the time to jump in. A decent Scud won’t be this low in price again in the future.


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  17. kiryu

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    yeah it's kinda hard to say how long it will take for the scud to start going up in price. Most brokers/wholsalers I spoke to didnt think it's a rare car, and is in fact still depreciating. I do think it's a lot of car for the money and is definitely a keeper in the long run
     
  18. scuderia09

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    don't know where your getting your info. from the Scuderia is a very rare car , only 1500 build world wide , do your reseach
     
  19. ttforcefed

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    Stop saying its 1500. If it were 1500 ferrari wld have declared it.


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  20. freshmeat

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    I think it goes both ways; they neither confirm or deny low production numbers for any limited editions. It’s worked well for Ferrari so far, why change lol.
     
  21. redcaruser

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    Someone who wants to buy a Scuderia because it is rare does not understand this car.
     
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  22. Shark01

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    LOL
     
  23. Shark01

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    Like it or not, that is part of the appeal for us 3rd or 4th tier buyers....we want to preserve capital if possible, otherwise I would buy a 720S....my bank would happily finance it for me with $150k down.
     
  24. redcaruser

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    I’m fine with your standpoint, nothing against preserving capital.

    Let’s face it, a Scuderia isn’t a limited car, many are in the market, the prices are in the basement, I don’t see a big potential for an increase in value. Nevertheless I would buy, if I wouldn’t have one already, a Scud at any time. With a little bit gasoline in blood the speciality of this car is obvious. Big emotions for less money. Rare or not, for me such a crazy car is a must have.

    The 720S is a good example for a comparison, drove one a few days ago. Fast like hell, but after a half hour I got used to it and I gave back this car with no intention to buy it. A car without the potential to activate additional “must have” emotions. The question of “preserving capital” was never raised.
     

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