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Bridgehampton Motoring Club/355 GTS for Sale

Discussion in 'New York Tri-State' started by sagaponack, Jan 26, 2004.

  1. sagaponack

    sagaponack Formula Junior

    Nov 2, 2003
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    I see interest here in 355's. Here is a special car for someone is looking for close to new.

    One of our members is selling his 1995 Ferrari 355 GTS with 2,555 miles for $105k. 15K done, car is perfect. Black/Tan

    Rob


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  3. TimN88

    TimN88 F1 Veteran

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    Good luck getting $105k for a 95. Despite the low milage, you probably wont sell it for that much unless 95% of the F355's in the world spontaneously combust tomorrow.
     
  4. zjpj

    zjpj F1 Veteran

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    haha, thanks for making me smile this morning
     
  5. sagaponack

    sagaponack Formula Junior

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    The car has just been sold by the owner for $97.5k.



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  8. ttforcefed

    ttforcefed F1 World Champ
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    recent data points show that the market for 95s in good condition with well documented histories can command a premium to other "ebay" types or cars with speculative histories...$97 is a good buy and a good sell for a car that has zero issues.
     
  9. Liquid

    Liquid Karting

    Nov 2, 2003
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    blk/tan is a beautiful color combo on the 355. I wish the new owner the best of luck.

    What maintenance issue's should be addressed w/ a F355 that only has 2500 miles on it in the past 9yrs.?
     
  10. sagaponack

    sagaponack Formula Junior

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    The owners car sat on a dealer's lot until 1997. He then drove it about 400 miles a year. 350 during the summer. And about 50 in the off season to maintain mechanical integrity. The car never sat more than three weeks without being driven a bit. This is the best way to preserve a car.

    The gentleman who came to do the PPI said it tested as a new car.


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  11. Edward 96GTS

    Edward 96GTS F1 Rookie
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    What was the price for that model when new in '95?
    Calculate % depreciation?
    Good, bad?
     
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