The best "poor mans" (<$70k) Vintage Ferrari

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


The best "poor mans" (<$70k) Vintage Ferrari?

  1. 250 PF

  2. 250 GTE

  3. 330 America/330 2+2

  4. 365 2+2

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  1. jsa330

    jsa330 F1 Veteran
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    Oct 31, 2003
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    When my 330 2+2 was up on the rack the mechanic showed me where metal had been added to the driveshaft by a previous owner to balance it and cure vibration.

    You could check into this - I think it's a common problem and common solution. I've done extended cruising at 80 with no vibration at all.

    I'm happy with my 330 as well. It was a good solid car to begin with, needing some work. I've spent some time and $ on it but am still well within the very reasonable range to own a vintage V12.
  2. Ed_Long

    Ed_Long Formula Junior

    Nov 11, 2003
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    Gee, I bought my 250 PF for a grand sum of $5000......and it was in perfect condition. So, I guess that makes it the poorest man's Ferrari. Of course, that was in 1975.
  3. bazooka joe

    bazooka joe Rookie

    Dec 29, 2003
    The votes are in ... but to me you can't beat the 365's Pininfarina styling, affordability, and ammenities .. + the fact that you can travel w/ four adults (or children) w/ great comfort
  4. dm_n_stuff

    dm_n_stuff Global Moderator
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    Dec 10, 2003
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    Get's my vote. I guess they are hovering under $70K for GT. Paid $40K for mine 6 months ago, needed $15K motor work and an interior.

    Saw several in the mid-high $60K range.
  5. cavallino

    cavallino Formula Junior

    Aug 21, 2003
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    Switzerland Vintage Top less than 70k$ :

    1. Ferrari 400 : ~30k$
    2. Ferrari Dino 308 GT/4 : ~30k$
    3. Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 : ~40k$
    4. Ferrari 365 GTC/4 2+2 : ~60k$
    5. Dino 246 GTS : ~70k$

    It is approximately the average lower price I found now.

  6. judge4re

    judge4re F1 World Champ

    Apr 26, 2003
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    Every now and then, you can find a 330 GTC below $70k. Probably the most fun to drive of any of the models listed so far...

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