Cut 400 convertibles:value trend up or down?
I just went to three auctions at Scottsdale, Gooding , RM , Russo & Steele and B-J and didn't see any 400 Ferraris and especilally no 400s cut into convertibles. I once had an enjoyable day driving a dark blue fuel injected one done by Sheldon Brooks out of Santa Monica. So what I am wondering is: what's the trend line on value of these cars? I haven't seen one for sale for several years--I think last time was in Newport Beach, a nice red one at the showroom on PCH that now is the official Ferrari dealer but back then was a non-affiliated used car dealer. I think they wanted over $50,000.
I have never seen pictures of the two the factory made, I think one used carbon fiber body panels. Did they look good? I was surprised Ferrari sold them to the public, as automakers in the US hesitate to sell prototypes because of legal concerns.