Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: United Kingdom
Ferrari Life Posts: 3,928
As Boxer says, nearly all Ferrari's are resprayed or touched up, and as long as they are done professionally it should make no difference. If it's a period colour and it compliments the interior, it should make very little difference. However, if the colour is more retro and clashes with the interior it might effect value slightly, but the cost of a respray would be low in comparison to the overall cost of buying a Daytona or 275, so I can't see a vendor being prepared to slash 25% of the price, 5-10% maybe.
At the UK FOC concours several weeks ago a sickly metallic purple Daytona rolled up. In my opinion, it would be a perfect example of a car that might be worth knocking down the price.