612 OTO market values higher than FF

Discussion in '612/599' started by MoeD, Aug 29, 2015.

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  1. raider1968

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  2. randkin

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    I like the way you car drives upside down. I have noticed this same option for some of the other Fcars posted on FerrariChat but I have not seen that option listed on the MSRP page or the build sheet and wondered how much it costs. Also does the bar stool come with the car or is it after market LOL
     
  3. 4rextc

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    Finally gave up on the Sessanta hunt when a nice 2008 TDF blue OTO became a suitable substitute a few weeks ago.
     
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  4. tazandjan

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    Stratton- She is a beauty, too. The Sessantas were effectively prototypes for the OTOs. If you wanted her to look like a Sessanta, all you need is Chris' (Exoticar)set of 19" Sessanta wheels. Last I heard he was asking $3K or less. Personally, I think she looks great as is.
     
  5. 4rextc

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    Thanks! I agree that she looks great, as is. The Sessanta wheels are nice because they denote that model variation. I did think about buying the wheels, just to have them as an alternate, but I doubt I'd actually put them on as I actually prefer the wheels she has now, as far as appearance goes.
     
  6. Nospinzone

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    If there are no pics, it didn't happen. ;)
     
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  8. 4rextc

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  9. donv

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    Looks great! In hindsight, I sort of wished I had gotten the challenge wheels. But I'm pretty happy with the stock ones, and they're easy to clean.
     
  10. GianiCakes

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    perfect, great looking car!
     
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    Guess he does not know he can select Sport in Auto. He is right that Auto does not compare with a torque converter automatic or a DCT in auto. Does anybody ever read the OMs for these cars besides us?
     
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  15. Themaven

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    Yes...V12 Ferrraris really are cars you have to get to know...and I think some people, coming from other marques, think you can just jump in and drive like you do in other fast cars.

    Also, Ferrari owners manuals are different to many other marques, which are more like appliance instruction manuals. People may not realise the depth of information there is in there. I learn a new thing every time I read mine.
     
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  16. rescars

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    Looks almost exactly like my 2006 except I have yellow calipers. Same TDF color, same interior, same wheels.

    I ended up with rebuilding a salvage 612 (bent rod) that was exactly how I would have spec'ed it. I had to buy the Challenge wheels (599 version) myself but other than that, it essentially is and retrospective "OTO" car. Even better to me as I rebuilt it and "bonded with it" in that fashion.

    Anyway, cool ride!
     
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    Two sales at the May 18 Silverstone Auctions event in the UK provided data to update this thread. Here is a link to the full auction results: http://www.silverstoneauctions.com/a-sale-of-ferraris-in-association-with-ferrari-owners-club-gb/view_lots/pn/1/sort/default/order/asc

    Chloe Hastings at Silverstone told me that the listed sale prices include the buyer's 12.5% premium but not VAT. That appears correct for the 612 when the winning hammer bid of £83,500 ($111,500), a nice round number, is calculated from the selling price. However, it seems less certain for the FF with its listed sale price of an even £100,000 ($133,700). The hammer bid would have to have been £88,888 ($118,800), which seems odd for a bid. So, be somewhat cautious about the numbers.

    Also, if VAT applies to the price, the total cost to the buyer increases considerably. I know this depends in part on where the car will wind up. If it will be exported outside the UK (and perhaps the Euro Zone, but I'm not sure what rules apply), VAT is not charged or is refunded once the car physically leaves.

    Conversion from British pounds to U.S. dollars was done today (June 14), not on the auction date of May 18.

    Lot 304
    2009 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti F1 (RHD) "One to One" (OTO)
    Rosso Mugello/Cuoio
    VIN: ZFFJY54C000161201
    Registration: LJ09 HDO
    Engine Number: 134057
    Mileage: ~24,000 miles
    Estimate: £90,000-£110,000 ($120,300-$147,000)
    SOLD: £93,938 ($125,600) including Buyer's Premium of 12.5%
    Calculated Hammer Bid: £83,500 ($111,600)
    If 5% Seller's Fee applied, Seller netted £79,325 ($106,000)
    HGT2
    20 inch, ball-polished, Challenge wheels
    Cuoio 'Daytona' leather seats with beige stitching
    Castoro carpets
    Rear parking camera
    F/R parking sensors
    Yellow rev counter
    Black brake callipers
    Bose multi-media system inc sat nav and Bluetooth
    Full electric heated seats
    Carbon-Ceramic brakes
    Glass panoramic roof
    Full book pack in Schedoni wallet, Maglite torch, tyre inflator, battery conditioner, indoor car cover.
    Service records from new
    Believed one of 20 RHD 'O-T-O' cars.

    LOT 322
    2011 Ferrari FF (RHD)
    Grigio FF/Cuoio Toscano
    VIN: ZFF73SKC000183279
    Registration: MX61 JFU
    Engine Number: 179874
    Mileage: ~17,000 miles
    Estimate: £120,000-£135,000 ($160,400-$185,000)
    SOLD: £100,000 ($133,700) including Buyer's Premium of 12.5%
    Calculated Hammer Bid: £88,888 ($118,800)
    If 5% Seller's Fee applied, Seller netted £84,444 ($112,900)

    Ventilated seats with a semi-aniline baseball-stitched leather upholstery including both the roof and boot lining, a TV Tuner with upgraded hi-fi Potenziato and rear entertainment, Cruise control, Dual-zone air-conditioning, front and rear parking sensors with built-in camera, 20 inch forged Diamantati alloy wheels, Anti-theft satellite system, Tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system, Electric seats, Aluminium calipers, Front axle lift system, Sports exhaust upgrade, FF grilles in carbon, LED Lights, Scuderia shields, Auto-dim rear mirror and Privacy glass.

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  18. GianiCakes

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    That's a great looking 612!
     

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