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Are 360 Spider prices rising?

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by Chuck Beaver, Sep 13, 2021.

  1. Chuck Beaver

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    I'm seeing some For Sale posts on various sites that seem to indicate this model is rising in price. Anyone happen to have hard data either way?
     
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  3. energy88

    energy88 F1 World Champ
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    Look at Hagerty for their graph. Was posted in another thread just last week.
     
  4. tbakowsky

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    They are indeed heading up. The manual cars are at a premium.
     
  5. mchas

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    The price of quite literally everything has gone up.
     
  6. Bob in Makiki

    Bob in Makiki Formula Junior
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    Get a subscription to Ferrari Market Letter. It is well worth the price of admission. They have good data. So does Sports Car Market. Also worth the subscription price.
     
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  8. DBomb117

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    I think all 360s are increasing. Manuals most of all. “A rising tide lifts all boats”. I think 360s stayed under the radar a little bit over the past couple years while F430s, 458s, 355s all went up, 360s were relatively flat. Now they are starting to rise more.


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  9. kamikansai

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    Well, in Japan there are a number of F1s and the prices seem at Hagerty levels or a tad above, but thats the buffer / big ask so with a proper inspection and assessment the price can be brought to reg value in my opinion. Consider road tax in Japan, and you loose by just holding it.. so likely a depreciating asset unless the market blasts off.
     

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