one of the most expencive Ferraris ever

Discussion in '1962 Ferrari 330 TRI/LM' started by Gemballa, Aug 10, 2002.

  1. it was sold by 5 000 000$ several month ago
    Great car<!-- Signature -->
     
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    Its very very beautiful too.. <!-- Signature -->
     
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    Money well spent
     
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    another Ferrari i cant afford ! <!-- Signature -->
     
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    5 mil?? Thats too much.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    A car that costs more than 6 houses (large ones too)? 5 Mil is 10 times more than the price I would consider reasonable for this car.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    Some people just don't respect racing legends....fools
    §cotty
     
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    It's still much cheaper than the 250 GTO.

    I don't like that much the design , but driving it must be incredible.
     
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    5 mil? thats 4 mclarens <IMG SRC="http://www.supercars.net/servlets/cMsg/html/emoticons/smile.gif"> or 3... and this isnt that great ... v12... 390 hp... shiuyt like the gt40 <IMG SRC="http://www.supercars.net/servlets/cMsg/html/emoticons/smile.gif"><!-- Signature -->
     
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    I bet the Sultan of Brunei bought it? The rich bastard owns an incredible number of Ferrari's (and a lot of especially for him modified ones) including five F50 and 2 Enzo's (but I guess he doesn't have them yet)<!-- Signature -->
     
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    eerrrrr who are the moderators????? I love to show off but there is no way i can have 1525 posts even though i love to consider myself a supercar guru (!) as u guys call it...i think i'm closer to 20 posts...something doesn't quite work with that counting sistem<!-- Signature -->
     
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    how many of these in the world? very nice car btw <IMG SRC="http://www.supercars.net/servlets/cMsg/html/emoticons/smile.gif"><!-- Signature -->
     
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    Two years ago, Chirsties sold a 1963 Ferrari 330 P3 racecar for $5.3 million, and for the same reason this car will be pricey, history. This cars history is worth millions, only some 70 cars have won LeMans, and virtually everyone is either owned by the company that built it, in a museum, or lost, very few are in private hands. As such, any LeMans winner that is up on the open market is easily worth millions. Also, if you think that selling price on this car will be low (relatively speaking, of course) b/c of the bearish world markets, you'd be mistaken. Cars like this have price that are basically fixed at or above, never below their value. The reserve (and I assure you there will be one) will be very high ($5 million is a good guess), and if this car doesn't reach that, it simply won't sel.. Nobody is going to be getting a steal here. My prediction is it won't sell. Christies big car last year, a Alfa 2300 didn't meet its reserve at 'only' $1.2 million, and the market was higher last year than it was this year.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    wut a waste a monEY!!!<!-- Signature -->
     
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    To get an old-school ferrari V12 to run reliably for the length of le mans is worth 5 million in itself, but to have it win the race... i would gladly pay 10 mil for this; If I had the money of course<!-- Signature -->
     
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    The reason that someone would pay that much money for this car is so that they can say such things as "I own the last front engined Ferari to win Le Mans", and so on, not because of the type of car it is. How many people can say that?<!-- Signature -->
     
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    looks a litle like a gt-40...dont you think?
     
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    kind of looks like a gt-40...dont you think?
     
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    Only in the way that most of the cars back then looked similar to that.
     
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    iwould rather have 5 mclarens.
     
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    i guessing the owner would maybe drive this car 500 miles in a year, at the most. depending on how much money he has. so how much is that per mile? 10,000 dollars a mile... hmmmm.... seems a little stupid. i would still have large car collection of ferrari's lamborghini's, muscle cars, bugatti's (new ones), and a mclaren. I would much rather have those cars that i could drive every day of the week, then this carthat would just sit in my garage, but win every car show i enter. I love old cars and old ferrari's, but i think 5 million dollars for this car is just worthless.
     
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    If you make a collection (eg stamps) you might like to have an old, very reknown and unique part than to have one or even more fashinated (eg colourful), new and common ones. That deserves some bigger spending. The same applies here.
    Also don't base the price on your wallet. Surely the person who bought that Ferrari don't have any problem of living (not even his children or his grandchildren)or of buying any car.
    Furthermore this is an investment. In a few years time this will cost much more. Exactly the same applies to rare paintings eg Picasso. You pay a fortune for a painting which is not even among the best looking ones in the world but it is a Picasso!!(there are or can be produced much much more beutiful paintings not necessarily by people)
    So it would be very logical for a collector or an investor, with a lot of money, to buy such a car!
     

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