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Discussion in '1967 Ferrari 330 P4' started by vwdrivervw, Aug 9, 2002.

  1. i was recently cruising in toronto and i saw a car that looked just like this beast outside an estate home i was thinkin how much is this daytona chapion worth
     
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    Light , powerfull , agressive looking...another excellent Ferrari
     
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    I've seen replicas in magazines. Some use Ferrari V-12's.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    gt40 killer!!!
     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from vwdrivervw</i>
    <b>i was recently cruising in toronto and i saw a car that looked just like this beast outside an estate home i was thinkin how much is this daytona chapion worth</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->Around 5 million, its most likely a replica. Even that goes up to 30 grand!<!-- Signature -->
     
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    i know of one that sold at aution for $5,616,000! This was a world record auction price in 2000. it was restored back to its original P3/4 coupe format after the factory converted it to a Can-Am racer by Symbolic Motors in Beverly Hills.
     
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    I'll bet you a million dollars it wasn't a 330P4. It might have been a replica or even a Dino but a real one would not be sitting outside an estate home. If you had a car worth over $5,000,000 would you leave it outside? No.
     
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    You did not see this car. There were only 3 made. Ralph Lauren has 1,it's in California. Pierre Bardinion has the 2nd one it, in France in the Mas de Clos collection. The 3rd one is definitely not parked in someone's front yard in Canada. Conservative estimate as to price would be $15-20 million, but since Ralph and Pierre are both billionaires, I think availability is zero. I just took a couple digital pics of some regular photos from my Ferrari album. I took these in 1994 at Laguna Seca. This P-4 is Mr. Lauren's. The pics are kinda crappy since I just took them on the end table.
     
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    In 1990 a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sold for $10.8 million. Look it up. That is when Ferrari prices peaked,and 288 GTOs were fetching a mill. Since 37-39 250 GTOs were built, depending on who you believe, and only 3 330/P-4s were made, and since very, very rich Ferrari enthusiasts own all 3, price is not really the consideration. Will Ralph Lauren sell his P-4 for $5 million? I highly doubt it--he had his kids getting their pictures taken with it in 1994 in the Ferrari tent. Maybe we could e-mail him with a bid, or check on E bay. It sure is a beautiful car, though.
     
  10. it is now safe to correctly assume that this car costs a little bit more than a shitload <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>
     
  11. Chassis "0856-Owned by Canadian Lawrence Stroll" it could very well be an original since the owener is canadian
     
  12. I'd say 10 million
     
  13. Yes, i know, but the most ferraris is Gt40 killers.
     
  14. yea i dont plan on buying one lol
     

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