Collecting Cars auction results

Collecting Cars auction results

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Taffy66

3,811 posts

57 months

Sunday 24th May
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Rosso Scuderia isn't my favourite Ferrari Red and would put me off this Pista..I'll be surprised if it breaches the £300K barrier including buyer's premium.If it was one of the special reds like Rosso Fueco or Metallic Rosso Corsa then another £15K i'd guess.

650spider

1,012 posts

126 months

Sunday 24th May
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Pro Bono said:
This could prove expensive if you're looking at it after a few too many beers! drunk

https://collectingcars.com/for-sale/2019-ferrari-4...

As an interesting diversion let's have a guessing game as to the eventual sale price. The final price must include the £6k premium.

I'll kick off with £323,100.
I reckon £285k + fees.

ettore

2,795 posts

207 months

Sunday 24th May
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I agree that the prices are actually surprisingly strong. The Silverstone Auction prices yesterday were also, quite staggeringly strong. In fact, they look way stronger than the previous 12 months.

Strange things afoot!

Trevor555

1,826 posts

39 months

Sunday 24th May
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ettore said:
I agree that the prices are actually surprisingly strong. The Silverstone Auction prices yesterday were also, quite staggeringly strong. In fact, they look way stronger than the previous 12 months.

Strange things afoot!
Interest rates gone down.

Not worth keeping it in the bank, may as well spend and enjoy.

Taffy66

3,811 posts

57 months

Sunday 24th May
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Trevor555 said:
Interest rates gone down.

Not worth keeping it in the bank, may as well spend and enjoy.
This plus the much needed correction had already been in force for the last year or so.

Luke.

8,539 posts

205 months

Sunday 24th May
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Meanwhile at the other end of the scale, I thought this SLK32 was a total bargain at just £6k. Was very tempted have a punt, as always fancied one.

https://collectingcars.com/for-sale/2002-mercedes-...


ghost83

3,870 posts

145 months

Sunday 24th May
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650spider said:
I reckon £285k + fees.
I reckon 220k + fees

Matty3

650 posts

39 months

Sunday 24th May
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Taffy66 said:
Trevor555 said:
Interest rates gone down.

Not worth keeping it in the bank, may as well spend and enjoy.
This plus the much needed correction had already been in force for the last year or so.
Reckon you could have hit the nail firmly on the head - folk are looking for a lift after all this cv rubbish smile

Regy53

62 posts

86 months

Sunday 24th May
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ettore said:
I agree that the prices are actually surprisingly strong. The Silverstone Auction prices yesterday were also, quite staggeringly strong. In fact, they look way stronger than the previous 12 months.

Strange things afoot!
I buy and sell plant and machinery for a living, and this is pretty much felt in my market too. Auction prices are through the roof in some cases exceeding retail pricing

SFTWend

148 posts

30 months

Sunday 24th May
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21ATS said:
The market for 575's is pretty slim. Anyone wanting to buy one generally knows what's going on and where, there really aren't that many of them in the grand scheme of things.

To that end if there was a buyer for that car they would have been bidding on CC to buy, in fact a few were. Their threshold was low £50K + 6%. So I'm struggling to see who's going to buy it at £70k.

Just my thoughts.
Think you'd like this if it was a 550. The 575 bought on CC appears to have gone already and in its place this one in lovely colours. Gorgeous imo.

http://www.justinbanks.com/2002-ferrari-575m-maran...

av185

11,248 posts

82 months

Sunday 24th May
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ghost83 said:
650spider said:
I reckon £285k + fees.
I reckon 220k + fees
Top comedy.

Auto810graphy

573 posts

47 months

Sunday 24th May
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ghost83 said:
I reckon 220k + fees
I am sure if Webuyancar were quoting on cars like this it would be more than £220k.

Just needs 2 private buyers that want it and should go for £295k + fees, if it’s against the trade closer to £285 + fees.

Guess if it goes for closer £320k we will all be scratching our heads.

av185

11,248 posts

82 months

Sunday 24th May
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Well if the 4 owner Performante sold for almost retail money i.e. £156k the other day and the cheapest Pista is almost £320k go figure.

Edited by av185 on Sunday 24th May 22:42

mstrbkr

7,441 posts

153 months

Sunday 24th May
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The S2000 ending in 35 mins - strong money.

21ATS

143 posts

27 months

Sunday 24th May
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SFTWend said:
Think you'd like this if it was a 550. The 575 bought on CC appears to have gone already and in its place this one in lovely colours. Gorgeous imo.

http://www.justinbanks.com/2002-ferrari-575m-maran...
I do like Blu TDF over tan. I drove this one when it was for sale at Meridian Modena nearly two year ago:-

https://angliacarauctions.co.uk/classic/saturday-2...

I made an offer on it at the time but they wanted £100K. It then went to Joe Macari who had it up for £80K. Its a clean well kept car.

It'll be interesting to see what this makes next month.

I don't think the Argento 575 has sold It was pulled as quickly as it appeared on his site.

Deanh84

804 posts

147 months

Sunday 24th May
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ghost83 said:
I reckon 220k + fees
I would buy it if it ends up that price .......so would about 100 other people, which is why it will definitely go for a lot more haha.

Taffy66

3,811 posts

57 months

Sunday 24th May
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ghost83 said:
I reckon 220k + fees
That's just a stupid figure..It'll end up just short of £300K inc premium..My guess is £295k inc buyers fee.

ghost83

3,870 posts

145 months

Sunday 24th May
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It was meant to be 320 including fees not 220

Typing on iPhone

ferdi p

1,425 posts

127 months

Sunday 24th May
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ghost83 said:
It was meant to be 320 including fees not 220

Typing on iPhone
Not sure how that's possible but after today anything is possible!

rosino

1,251 posts

127 months

Monday 25th May
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I go for 285k + fees ending bid for the Pista. Reality is they are not loved as much as the Speciale was and the main diff with the speciale is that there was so much useless options you could spec for the speciale whilst people were encouraged or forced to go to town with the Pista.

The amount of depreciation these guys will face on these is insane. And as usual there were way more made than they led you to believe.. let’s see.

I agree with most comments here the value add is limited. But they had perfect timing with the lockdown with indeed people being home and longing for a dream to be bought. I am for one bought too much car related stuff over the period for sure...