How is the Scud market holding up ?

Discussion in '360/430' started by Pransingh Horse, Oct 26, 2008.

  1. hardtop

    hardtop F1 World Champ

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    Sort of reminds me of 1994-5 when dealers were still trying to unload 348 SS's except there are a lot more scuds than the 115 SS's.

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  3. spyderman

    spyderman Formula 3

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    Firstly...congrats on your new car. Great color combo!!

    I would agree that saving $25 g's is a good agurement for getting an 08. :)

    If a dealer is selling between $285,000 and $295,000...what would they pay for the car on a trade in with 2500 miles, $260,000.
  4. darth550

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    Every dealer seems to have one or two. Lowball baby!
  5. Prancing 12

    Prancing 12 Formula 3

    May 11, 2004
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    If brand new cars are at ~$290, that would make the trade number on a car with 2,500 miles (relatively high for an 08 Scud) much less than $260 ;)
  6. jeff

    jeff Formula 3

    Feb 19, 2001
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    My car is an 08 with a MSRP at $299K. If I had to sell my car tomorrow my dealer told me wholesale is $250-$260K.
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  8. SrfCity

    SrfCity F1 Veteran

    Nov 1, 2003
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    There's your target. Anyone selling privately that is threatening to turn it in to the dealer is faced with these numbers. This is what I'd be shooting for. Talk about a crash.
  9. darth550

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    It ain't over either. Anyone buying now had better be putting 10K miles/ year on her or else they're blowing it even more.
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  11. Tipo815

    Tipo815 F1 Rookie

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    Amazing to think that a little over a year ago Scuds were bringing $150k OVER MSRP putting them in the mid-$400k range. By mid summer we'll likely see used 08s in the above mentioned range as actual selling prices. I don't think I can ever recall a Ferrari - any Ferrari (and especially a specialty model like the Scud) - come down in price so quickly! I think 360s held above MSRP for at least a couple of years. Scary times!
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  13. rodsky

    rodsky Formula 3

    Mar 24, 2003
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    Awesome car - congrats and a smart move BTW..

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