In which currency? It's equivalent to 172k Euro, I've seen cars for sale for that price in 2008.
And, BTW, in the late '80ies we were seeing those prices too and that's not counting inflation. The market still isn't as high as it was then. Boxers were going for GBP200k and they were only 10 years old, with no classic status attached to them.
I can't recall seeing one listed for over 200K before.
I know what it was listed in, but don't forget that classic Ferraris are a global market. They move across the planet often. Which is why I'm saying it's not such a ridiculous price for some potential clients. I've had a quick look at historical values and $250k seems indeed a high, including the crazy years in the early 90ies. They would go for about $160k according to Keith Martin's historical trends. Back then they were not quite recognised as Ferraris, more an entry level model. But if you take inflation into account, I guess the prices then were still quite close to this asking price.
@Jimmy. The chairs and flares also command a higher price in the UK. I love the chairs, the flares less so. Having one but not the other would be the ideal, but that would not be original.