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Which 250GT PFII? Both avail. Both in Europe.

Discussion in 'Vintage (thru 365 GTC4)' started by sagaponack, Nov 16, 2003.

  1. sagaponack

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  2. jsa330

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    Both beautiful. For practical reasons I'd vote for Sheehan's. I don't see fifty grand worth of difference just at a glance, and you'd be dealing with who I suppose is a respectable American broker. Maybe he could get the price down $10k and you could have a scooped hood fabricated.
     
  3. greg512tr

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    My vote is for the one with the hood scoop. Both look great though. I would be a bit concerned about Sheehans sitting in a museam since '97. Was it driven at all? Although they are asking quite a bit more for the one with the hood scoop you don't know what they will really take, maybe the purchase prices of the two might be similar.
     
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    1805GT was sold for 175500.- SFR at Bonhams auction 2001 in Gstaad (Switzerland).
     
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  6. sagaponack

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    3009 in switzerland with car classic could probably be had for $235k U.S. not including taxes, shipping, etc. This would probably be one of the highest prices paid for a pf2cab in recent memory.

    This is one place where you do not want to be a market leader---as a buyer.

    But I agree, 3009 seems to be the better sorted car.

    Rob
     
  7. Doody

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    wow, 3009 is nothing short of gorgeous. what a stunning car.

    at those price levels, i think maybe it's "25% nicer" than the white car, and that assumes you can't negotiate the number down.

    doody.
     
  8. greg512tr

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    Its interesting that the FML asking price index of $160k is actually lower than what seems to be out in the market. I think the FML asking price index for the PF coupe of $56k is lower than most all of the ones I have seen advertised. Maybe for the 250 cars you add 20% to FML prices and for new cars you deduct 20%:)
     
  9. jsa330

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    Check with Sheehan for his latest listing if you don't get his online newsletter. It won't show up on his page until tomorrow - looks like it could go fast.
     

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