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Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by rob lay, Nov 5, 2003.
Best refers to just a good 1-2k a year driver and show car for enjoyment.
Rob this is definitely not a fair poll! What do you expect a grown man to do? Personally this is the creme de la creme of the marq . . . especially the Lusso & GTB (as a 4 cam) . . . what styling and power for street cars. I pick all five to grace the hallowed halls of my garages!
9%----What is the issue with this car for the price range?
I vote for Lusso's
Just not as desired compared to the 275 and Lusso by many. It's still getting votes. You can only vote for one, I agree, we should be able to have all.
You wont find 275 GTB's for 200k$(even shortnoses 2 cams ) and Lussos are nowadays hard to find in that price range as well..
The Lusso is magnificant and is easily tied with my choice on the poll (330 GTS). However, I could see myself in a 330 a little bit more...even the hard top version is SLIGHTLY more appealing to me.
Can you really find the GTS version for under 200k though? I know the GTC is available for 130k (Ive seen a few ~105k), but not sure about the GTS prices.
How beautiful is this
yea, I know the 2 cams just start about $200k. Still get decent Lusso for $200k though. You can get a nice 4 cam 275 for $300k, so I think the 2 cam is about $100k less.
i have seen lot of 4 cams going for 350+ and Lussos are the hot thing now, dunno why ! they used to go for 150k max ..
I voted for the Lusso only because of the price limitation. I would rather have a 275 GTB if it were a long nose torque tube car, but you would be hard pressed to find one in the price range determined. I do love the polls.
With the default price "limitations" of this poll, condition becomes everything. Meeting the poll's criteria & getting my nod are a pair of sub-200K 275GTS's I've seen at Heritage Classics in West Hollywood, CA.
'64 in black
'65 in Red
All things considered, I was surprised at the "low" price-points of these two beauties which are in excellent condition.
For a few weeks now, there's also been a few cars in the back of the HC showroom which I've yet to see make it to the website. One is a 275GTB. I'll be cruising by later & will take in the sights via some window shopping.
It appears the aforementioned '65 in Red has been sold. The '64, which always catches my eye - is still available for any Real-not-Monopoly-Moneychangers. Come on, Lotto!