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Discussion in '308/328' started by solid car, Jan 31, 2020.

  1. solid car

    solid car Karting
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    What are these cars going for these days, thinking of selling mine. Should I sell it in Canada or advertise it in the States..........
     
  2. pizzadude

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    Man.....that’s an ambiguous questions right there.
    On BaT they go for any where from high 50s for a higher mile one with some stories to 80s for a nice one.
    I feel like prices are firming up for nice ones but that’s just my opinion .
    Best I got for ya.
     
  3. Rifledriver

    Rifledriver Two Time F1 World Champ

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    Advertise in both countries. Can't hurt to expand your audience.
     
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  4. ginoBBi512

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    Some of them are priced way to high, some dealer is asking 225,000 for one, just because it has 1900 miles I think its in Beverly Hills , same as the 430 Gated in another forum for 225,000 , not sure what thats all about. In my estimation, thats just insane Fn greed. I dont think I will buy another Ferrari, I have had mine for 20 years , the 328 is the BEST CAR FERRARI HAS EVER PRODUCED OUTSIDE of the F40. I hope you find a good buyer and close a good deal for both parties

    Thank you,
     
  5. pizzadude

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    I also noted the asking price on that car in the other forum. Something is worth one someone is willing to pay I suppose.
     
  6. BigTex

    BigTex Seven Time F1 World Champ
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    Check the ads here, a "collector grade car" could bring $125K or more.

    But most of them are not, and run less.
    GLWS!

    Throw it out there as "best Offer" and you will find the market pretty quickly, or maybe get dealer guidance as a Trade In?
    That would be your wholesale $$$
     
  7. BigTex

    BigTex Seven Time F1 World Champ
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    Lots of the final year cars were put away like that, with Enzo's passing at the time...I am not sure I would want one of those "put away" cars, to unwrap and actually drive...
     
  8. spirot

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    Look at the following for pricing guides:

    1. Hagerty valuation tool - this will give you very generic pricing guides - everyone thinks their car is a #1 - when in fact they are #3... but if you are honest that should get you into the ball park.
    2. Cavallino Magazine - will show average sale prices - and 12 month trend up or down - its at the back of every magazine
    3. Hemmings ads - on line you can check asking prices and compare like cars with mileage and colors
    4. Cars.com - you will see some 328's there same for Ebay, but the pricing is usually very high ... but again gets you in the right bracket.

    all that being said - if you car is in good solid driving condition and is a 2-4 ft car with minor blemishes, no rust and solid clean interior then pricing will be between $40K and $100K. all that is left is miles & documentation. more miles lower price --- more documentation higher price...those are the real levers of pricing a 328.

    ultra low mileage cars 10K or less are going to command between $150K - $200K. last year cars are more than first year cars.
    GTB $25k more than GTS all things being equal..... there are just very few that fit this category.
     
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  9. bill brooks

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    when i had my '87 328 for sale earlier this year, for $60k, i thought that a reasonable price based on condition.
    only had 1 semi-serious discussion and 2 euro tire kickers.
    no one came around to look, not even from neighboring pittsburgh.
     
  10. ChipG

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    color and miles?
     
  11. 19633500GT

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  12. SpyderGT

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    I suggest to ask yourself if you want to sell in your home province, out of province or out of country. After 5 years of owning my '86 328 GTS blu sera, I wanted to move on. Being a cautious guy by nature and having some concerns about purchasers failing to re-register / re-title cars into their name (e.g., delay in paying taxes, curbsiders, other reasons) I wanted to ensure that once the car was sold, I was no longer liable for whatever incidents the car might be involved in. This can be a serious issue in my home province, BC if ownership is not properly transferred, but might not be an issue elsewhere. I wanted to ensure that the car would be properly transferred from my name. I advertised the car on Craigslist, but only for sale in my province. I am sure the car would have sold for more if I was prepared to sell across provincial or national borders. I sold the car quickly to a local buyer with a number of other potential local buyers waiting should the first deal fall through. Selling below market in my home province worked for me. My less cautious friend sold his '94 348 Spider through Craigslist in Vancouver and Seattle and had a great experience. So there you go! It's as much about what you'e comfortable with. I was happy with my sale. My friend was happy with his sale.

    All that said, be sure you actually want or need to sell. For me, it was the right time (age 68, thinking a little more GT would be nice, "been there, done that") but if you sell it might be hard to get back in. So, don't sell unless you're sure. If you decide to keep your 328, good decision. If you decide to sell, consider your tolerance for risk and complexity. Regardless, best wishes! Jon
     

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  13. ChipG

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  14. bill brooks

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    i may have misled all of you.
    "had" meant it's no longer for sale. my apologies if any of you are confused.
    after reading spyder gt's post above, i seem to fall into the realm of undecided for the reasons jon mentioned.

    my continued orthopaedic issues will be the final factor in putting gabriella up for sale. this fall will probably be time for that decision.

    stay tuned... and feel free to pm me anytime.
     
  15. Rossocorsa1

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    I would generally agree with this assessment. There are exceptional “ like new” cars that are the exception, however.
     

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