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there are thirty 550s and 575s presently for sale on eBay. A very very weak market. Thoughts?

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there are thirty 550s and 575s presently for sale on eBay. A very very weak market. Thoughts?

Hello Seth,

In europe (autoscout24.it) there are:

F 550 N 60 on selling (excluded barchetta) prices from 50K to 190K eur
F 575 N 58 on selling (excluded SA) prices from 70K to 160k eur for HGTC

In italy for example there are olny 14 F 575, no factory HGTC and only 14 F 550, very less in comparison to 5/6 years ago....

Those cars few yars ago was not appreciated by people, nobody want one, i sold my 550 for 32K on 2013 ... but from 2015 all people became crazy ...and paye double or triple for that cars ....
Man is a strange animal ... cars are the same of few years ago ....
I think that in the future their value will be increase because are the last cars whit no much electronic, and are the heirs of the great V12 berlinette's of the past, and as last, but not last, have a no time design ....

The poor 575 F1 is not appreciated because have not the clutch pedal .... but have much improvements in respect to the 550 and nice to drive...

My thinking ...

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Hello Seth,

In europe (autoscout24.it) there are:

F 550 N 60 on selling (excluded barchetta) prices from 50K to 190K eur
F 575 N 58 on selling (excluded SA) prices from 70K to 160k eur for HGTC

In italy for example there are olny 14 F 575, no factory HGTC and only 14 F 550, very less in comparison to 5/6 years ago....

Those cars few yars ago was not appreciated by people, nobody want one, i sold my 550 for 32K on 2013 ... but from 2015 all people became crazy ...and paye double or triple for that cars ....
Man is a strange animal ... cars are the same of few years ago ....
I think that in the future their value will be increase because are the last cars whit no much electronic, and are the heirs of the great V12 berlinette's of the past, and as last, but not last, have a no time design ....

The poor 575 F1 is not appreciated because have not the clutch pedal .... but have much improvements in respect to the 550 and nice to drive...

My thinking ...

Fabio
Fabio, yes the market is very strange. Of course we cannot compare any of the later cars to those of the 1960's or even 1970's when production was in the hundreds and is now in the thousands. But just a little time ago there were just a very few Maranellos on Ebay, fewer than ten.

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