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The best "middle ground" ($70-$130k) Vintage Ferrari

Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by rob lay, Nov 5, 2003.

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The best "middle ground" ($70-$130k) Vintage Ferrari?

  1. 250 Boana/Ellena

  2. 330 GTC

  3. 365 GTC

  4. Daytona

  5. Dino 206/GT

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  1. rob lay

    rob lay Administrator
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    Dec 1, 2000
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    Best just refers to a good 1-2k a year driver and show car for enjoyment.
  2. Glassman

    Glassman F1 World Champ
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    The Boano gets 0% you gotta be joking!!!!
    Any Boano can slide into my garage any time.
  3. donv

    donv Two Time F1 World Champ
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    That's easy, the Daytona. The Lusso would have been serious competition if they hadn't appreciated so much.

    The knock I've heard on the older 250s (pre-1960) is that they're lousy to drive. I haven't driven one, but that's what I've read.
  4. jordan747_400

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    Daytona of course! Although I must say the Dino (206/246GT) is one of the best looking cars out there :)
  5. Simon

    Simon Moderator
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    Surprisingly the Daytona's top...fantastic car.
    But does it belong in this list. Can you really buy a Daytona for $70_130k? Perhaps you can in the US.
    250PF would be my choice, but I voted for the 330GTC
    I love this board :)
    See ya
  6. rob lay

    rob lay Administrator
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    OK Daytona's start about $110k, you can get a pretty nice one for $130k.
  7. amenasce

    amenasce Three Time F1 World Champ
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    Joe Mansion
    Daytona !!! this car is amazingly underevaluated.
  8. aventino

    aventino Formula Junior

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    David L
    For those of us still saving would the rest of you stop saying the Daytona's undervalued :)
  9. icars

    icars Formula Junior

    Mar 28, 2002
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    Rodney Haas
    Yep you should be able to pick up a coupe for 120s to 30s. It might not be perfect but pretty good. They are actually a bargain @ the moment. It won't last though, as the market comes back Daytonas will go back through the roof.

    While a Dino is good looking they are way overpriced. I still remember when you could pick on up for less than 20K, I personally passed on one here in Dallas for 14K (yes still kicking myself).
  10. dogue

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    Sep 2, 2001
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    I am with you on the Boano.

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