What is my 250 GT Pinin Farina Coupé with 410 SA-style body #0463 GT worth? - Ferrari Life
 
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post #1 of 13 Old 06-13-2013, 11:38 AM Thread Starter
 
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What is my 250 GT Pinin Farina Coupé with 410 SA-style body #0463 GT worth?

My family owns this vehicle since my grandfather recently passed away. Great condition in storage container. Has not been on the road in decades. Any thoughts on the value as is? I'm a Ferrari/Forum novice - go easy on me.

1956 250 GT Pinin Farina Coupé with 410 SA-style body #0463 GT

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Could you send some pics of her? (If you have.)

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embarrassingly, I forgot to mention that it is a 1956. No pics....yet. It is red.
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post #5 of 13 Old 06-14-2013, 09:38 PM
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Try these guys

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I'm sorry about your grandfather. If you're interested in selling try these guys for valuation and potential sale. Always ask for more. Always. Don't take the first offer.

Both have outstanding reputations.

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Post some pictures please for our pleasure. And let us know how it goes


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My family owns this vehicle since my grandfather recently passed away. Great condition in storage container. Has not been on the road in decades. Any thoughts on the value as is? I'm a Ferrari/Forum novice - go easy on me.

1956 250 GT Pinin Farina Coupé with 410 SA-style body #0463 GT
Your family owns a very nice and special car. Depending on the need of make it road-ready again or a plan for a restoration, I would roughly guess the value between $750' to 1.5 Mio. USD. It is a rare and very elegant Beauty. Bring it to the road again and show it to us.

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Cavallino is soon. Consider getting pics and traveling to Monterey. Do not sell or promise any one right of first pick or handlind. Might be best to go auction. You should get pro help.

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Talk to several of the vintage Ferrari specialists for an opinion. Do NOT be pushed into anything by anyone or you are likely to be getting hosed.

Add Bill Noon at Symbolic in La Jolla to the list of who to talk with. Talk to RM and Gooding auction houses. Contact Marcel Massini and he may be interested in providing some of the history on the car and filling in his own blanks during your ownership.

I suspect your Private Mail box here is getting pretty full from people already.

Act slow and deliberate. You have what they want.

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cavallino and monterey are two different events on opposite sides of the country. cavallino is the third week of january. I also recommend looking at auctioning it at a high end event. If it is a survivor, might want to send it around for a few trophies first. get everybody excited about it before you put it up.

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Cavallino is soon. Consider getting pics and traveling to Monterey. Do not sell or promise any one right of first pick or handlind. Might be best to go auction. You should get pro help.


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post #10 of 13 Old 06-17-2013, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
 
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Thank you!

Wow all, this is going to be quite an undertaking. I will consider all of your advice and suggestions. Perhaps I should have read those Ferrari Market newsletters he always had laying around. I look forward to keeping you all up to date and provide you with some pics. Thanks again!
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Can only agree with Jeff Kennedy. Be cautious and get professional help. The names mentioned here are reputable, although I rate Wayne Carini's expertise lower when it comes to such rare Ferrari's as your family has. Bill Noon and Michael Sheehan have dealt with many exceptional vintage Ferraris and can certainly get you on the right path.

I would also contact Marcel Massini, who is on this forum, as he is the most reputable Ferrari historian and he will have information on your family's car. He can help you with determining how the current state relates to how it was delivered from new and this will give you a better idea on what the value is.


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