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Discussion in 'Vintage Ferrari Market' started by tritone, Jan 4, 2006.

  1. tritone

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    1960 Ferrari 250 GT PF Cabriolet s/n 1967 GT. A very well sorted Ferrari.......Priced right at $349,500.


    answered my own question......more than I thought too.........

    courtesy of M. Sheehan, today.

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    Accord to the latest issue of Cavallino, between 225K & 350K.
     
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    And that turns out to be the same range as from the bottom estimate for the RM car to the price for Sheehan's.
     
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    Read the history section on this car. It nicely illustrates the 'changeable' nature of the Ferrari (or any other) collectable world - including getting its color changed, undergoing about 3 restorations in its life, and experiencing the '89 bubble', and the depths of the mid-late '90's.
     
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    Which car?
     
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    I'm still kicking myself for not buying s/n 7359, a 1966 275 GTS that belonged to Raquel Welch, which sold at the 2003 Halloween Mecum auction for $119,000. That was just over two years ago, and the dash needed some help, but $119,000 for a 275 GTS looks like a steal now.
     
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    The car Sheehan's got is more than a little pimped-out for my taste.


    I remember that one...in retrospect, a deal. The 275 is my favorite '60s Ferrari spyder.

    I aloso remember a very nice Lusso driver that Sheehan had up for around $120K, mid 2002. It took him awhile to sell it. That was the time for the home-equity loan!
     
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    I was referring to the history section on sheehans car......
     
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    James - Gotcha. And you're right ... very interesting.
     
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    Indeed. And it lost its original Telaio plate somewhere along the way. I guess that's part of the definition of "Restored to Touring Standard".

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