355 price correction

355 price correction

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markst

234 posts

145 months

Thursday 4th August
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i wonder how much prices will fall ?

Drclarke

1,119 posts

153 months

Thursday 4th August
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markst said:
i wonder how much prices will fall ?
Or they will go up

Rari

103 posts

175 months

Thursday 4th August
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markst said:
i wonder how much prices will fall ?
They’re not, currently going through the roof. Try find a decent manual - very difficult under £100k. These seem to be $150-300k in the states.

I inquired about a blue manual spider yesterday yesterday listed at £100k and apparently a dealer has already offered £110k for the car and no doubt has an onward buyer lined up.

I reckon these are the next Dino….

Notsip8

53 posts

84 months

Friday 5th August
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bordseye said:
Thats quite possible but many posters on here are over optimistic because they havent been through the serious downwards slides in "collectables" in the past. I have a couple of pals in the FOC who have owned their 328s since the cars first came out and they have seen them twice slide down to 20/30k for good examples and then back up to 80k only now to be heading south again. None of the standard cars from 308 through to 488 are in the same rarity category as the likes of the Daytona so you cant expect them to ever get anywhere near the price of real collector cars or have the same price stability. They are bought by people who are subject to the state of the economy and that is currently going t***t up. As the owners hurt so will the car prices.

And dont forget that much of the value is down to the name. Is a Ferrari worth more in engineering terms than a Porker or an Aston? No it isnt, not really. So just like Rolex watches they will go down in price in a down cycle like now.
Very sensible opinion.