Not even Championship Ferraris command a huge price IMO. Maninly for a few reasons:
1. They are costly to maintain, especially the one-off pieces.
2. Ferrari like some, maintain you cannot race them against other cars.
3. You may 'run' them as intended on a track but sometimes are required to rent the entire track with no others on it as they don't like to have races run against their venues without sanction.
- I remember being awed once, at FofSF, where I saw a GT-prototype, F40/50 [can't remember--it was intended for racing and never got there] and it was stated the 'owner' received the car from Ferrari [he had about 50 exotics in a warehouse] but wasn't allowed to put on the track against anyother vehicle or without a crew and only if Ferrari allowed it: cost him about $1mill+ and was just 'on display' at the dealership, as the owner had more money than need....just me, but that was my take, he just loved then venue so much, he could acquire these speciality items]}
4. Usually requires about 2-4 support staff, and vehicles to make the thing worth while.
Most turn up many years latter like Nikkis two that I just saw at the IRL last month see this link: http://ferrarilife.com/forums/showpo...48&postcount=5
In this case, the owner was in the historic F1 races, and I'm guessing, don't know, that since they are 'vintage' they fall under different guidelines.
Here are some Vintage F1's, Ferraris, allowed to 'race'..take to the track I posted on youtube.
the sound is awsome, so crank it up: http://www.ferrarilife.com/forums/sh...3&postcount=34
note, Nikkis car again...it get around to about every event.
Note the prices attached. [without permisson from Cavallino past issue. Doesn't show latest models, guess I left them off somehow...but, even so, some of those prices are low]
Only, mostly, for the 'art' collector IMO. IF you wanted a nice piece of history, I believe even MS' last ride went for only a mill. perhaps less.