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Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by rjklein, Feb 21, 2004.
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What will the 250 GTO of Tomorrow be?
None. They made too many of all of them. 333 SP is probably more in the running for collectability, but then again, its not streetable.
it could happen!
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Since there are so many of each model made look for cars with rare options combinations.
Perhaps a 355 gts f1 without air conditioning?
The "hot" models with the least or strangest combination or factory options tend to be the ones that become valuable in other lines of cars.
Rare colors don't count for much but an early example with say, no abs would be mORe valuable.
Cars that are under appreciated in the current maket and tend to get trashed, thus becoming more rare in 20 years.
I'd say the 348 and 512tr are good candidates for long term future collectibles.
A sure bet would be the 512M
Hmm...and which one of those was the super racer?
it may not be a Ferrari but the Mclaren F1 seems to be the closest in spirit to the 250 GTO, both streetable and both capable of storming round le-Mans with little modification. or maybe the F40lm if it can be road registered
the Ferrari FX has the best chance, but I wouldn't want to have to replace the gearbox..
I agree with Andrew - probably not going to be another production Ferrari - they make too many of them. More likely the Mclaren. Porsche GT1 and CLK GTR will hold their value because of rarity as well. 512M in U.S. version has definite potential to be collectible. But I vote for the FX
the 550 LM Pro-Drive. now all they need to do is make about 30 more of them......