Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Austin Texas
Ferrari Life Posts: 1,833
I think it is a pretty flawed premise. I looked up a few cars at random. For example I looked up a 355 and the average price listed was $30,000. It is hard to find a running 355 for that price. FML shows the same car with an average asking of $59-64k. Just a little difference.
For one thing the Haggerty program seems to average catagory 1,2,3,+4 cars without considering the average condition of the entire fleet of cars. Pretty flawed way to do it from the outset. Even correcting for that they seem way off.