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  1. JuLiTrO

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  3. ragtop1

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  4. Dr Tommy Cosgrove

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    Are we all still holding out hope that the typical GTS QV will consistently pull 6 figures as well?

    That shipped sailed in 2016. Unfortunately.
     
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  7. JuLiTrO

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    I believe that car was auctioned in CH before xmas. Didnt sell

    Non restored but has been molested
     
  8. ragtop1

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    ya , the '80's rear wing and the clock and oil temp location
     
  9. miketuason

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    Hopefully that ship it s on the way back if not, it will I’ll .
     
  10. JC Andruet

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    Not sure about that. The UK market has been flatlining for at least 12 months now, if not longer. Those willing to chance their arm selling on the most popular online auction site are moving, but the selling prices aren't $100k :

    https://collectingcars.com/for-sale/1983-ferrari-308-gts-qv-2

    https://collectingcars.com/for-sale/1983-ferrari-308-gtsi-qv

    Vetroresina in need of TLC went for $80K last summer ...

    https://collectingcars.com/for-sale/1976-ferrari-308-gtb-vetroresina

    This rare QVB has been on the market over 12 months : https://www.pistonheads.com/buy/listing/9984879?cId=10703535&cId=7870882&cId=10682266&cId=9931068&cId=9281736&cId=11088097&cId=10875147&cId=11148096&cId=10540233&cId=9984879&cId=11120376&cId=11120189&cId=10700845&cId=11201681&cId=10953125&cId=10991967&cId=10103180&cId=10791176&cId=10938988&cId=10903228

    and they increased the price by $7K late last year .. !!
     
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  12. Miklas

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    Cars in the UK somehow always seem to be cheaper compared to the continent (or at least that's my impression).
     
  13. JC Andruet

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    Yep, I think you're right. but they're still not selling. Primarily because a manual 360 Modena can be had for the same price ...
     
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  14. ragtop1

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    SOLD ! €120,000 $145,000 USD + fees

    on a side note '68 330GTC = SOLD €345,000 417.000 USD
     
  15. Big Swole

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    Any clue how the market responds to "Restomods" like mine?
    Paul Newman built 85' GTS QV 3.4L (360 crank) with a Haltech injection system.
    All else original / restored.

    Just wondering how a restoration / Restomod with probably $100-125K spent on it (not including the price of the orig. donor car) would do in this market.
     
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  17. JuLiTrO

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    Sold! 74,750 €

    Honestly lower than I expected

    What do you guys think?
     
  18. Ferrari 308 GTB

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    Seems on the low side ,although wet sump of course.
     
  19. JC Andruet

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    I'd say it's pretty much right on the money (on the basis of the other cars currently on the market) and the colour, which I suspect won't appeal to many.
     
  20. steven_ew

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    Hopefully NOT.

    It just makes ownership more expensive. As far as I’m concerned if you are buying classic cars for investment you are in it for the wrong reason and it really winds me up. It just makes the hobby more expensive for those of us truly interested in the cars for what they are.

    Back when I was starting a DB4 GT was a realistic prospect at £90k. No longer.
     
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  21. Kidasters

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  22. JuLiTrO

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    Thanks for sharing!
    I would say price is strong for a wet sump Cat
     
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  23. topcarbon

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    this is good news for us owners of carbed gib's.
    i should purchased those 14' wheels. I knew as soon as it ended that I messed up
     
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  24. Kidasters

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    Why?

    I do like the originality - I just realized that I have the Michelin stems on all 4 corners and my spare.
     
  25. topcarbon

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    Looked to be a good deal with the condition and I could use some originality
     
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