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Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by Bowzer, Jan 8, 2022.

  1. Bowzer

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    Hello all
    What is the total cost , and approximate time to have The Ferrari Classiche red book at present, on an early 70's V12 Ferrari ? Also, does it add a percentage value to the car ?
    Thank you
     
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  3. Marcel Massini

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    #2 Marcel Massini, Jan 8, 2022
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    You mean a 365 GTC/4?
    Cost is about Euro € 7'500. Potential "corrections" or repairs on car not included.
    May take between 6 and 12 months.

    Use the search function on fchat, plenty of threads already about Classiche and Red Books.

    Marcel Massini
     
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  4. TTR

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    I would recommend contacting your favorite or nearest Classiche certification center, which I believe are usually in conjunction with an official Ferrari dealership.
    As for the perception of added value, well, that's debatable and probably a "personal" choice for many (For example, I don't put/see any value in them, but that's just me).
     
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  5. Bowzer

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    Thank you , also there are various chats and amounts. I prefer to hear from the horse's mouth , question was asked because the car I will be buying comes with this red book already.
     
  6. rob lay

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    I think it varies by car. My 355 was $7,500 and 6 months.

    Tried the 355 Challenge car 2 years ago and pandemic hit. It was never completed before I sold the car. Appears they're pretty caught up now though.
     
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  8. Rifledriver

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    Value is in the eye of the beholder. It is worthless to some and gives others a needed level of confidence. 20 people will give 20 answers. Obviously it has value to many or Ferrari would not have a long line of people going through the process at various not insignificant costs. What matters is what it is worth to you.
     
  9. Marcel Massini

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    Just consult the current Classiche price list. Each model is listed there. Many are around Euro € 7 K but if you want to have your 250 GTO or 250 TR certified they will easily charge you Euro € 21 K, to begin with.

    Marcel Massini
     
  10. Admiral Goodwrench

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    Dear Brian,

    My own black book seemed to do the job, but I have no way to figure out what it cost me.

    Best regards,

    Robert
     
  11. Rifledriver

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    I seem to remember some stories Dad told about the good old days in the early 40's in Honolulu and Australia. Never had any reason to doubt the old saying about a drunken sailor. I think he spent too much off duty time on Hotel St.
     
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  13. Admiral Goodwrench

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    Dear Brian,

    Funny, I was referring to the 3 inch black binder I prepared for the Pebble Beach judges with the full documented history and photos of my old car, not my Navy days black book. My first Honolulu experience was in the fall of 58 enroute to the Enewetok Proving grounds and lots of nuclear tests ( the nearest was only 6,000 yards away).

    Best regards,

    Robert
     
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  14. pshoejberg

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    Anyone knows where this price list can be found?

    Best, Peter
     
  15. Marcel Massini

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    Ask your authorized Ferrari Classiche agent/representative "Officina Ferrari Classiche", usually an official Ferrari dealer in your country.

    Marcel Massini
     
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