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post #1 of 8 Old 10-20-2011, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
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full restoration required, can it be done?

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Brett- Yup, no problem for someone like Motion. Might be a bit expensive, though. Luckily, nobody has chopped it up to make a more desirable model than a PF Coupe.

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full restoration required, can it be done?

Of course it can. But at what price??

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Car looks awful without the chrome bumpers. Will be curious to see if it get's any bids. My guess is everything will be done in private behind the scenes.
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Restoration will cost at least 2x the buy price. Bad math car.
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How about the other 250 on eBay:

Ferrari : 250 GT - eBay (item 320778561345 end time Oct-29-11 15:14:34 PDT)

Will it ever run again? Without the drivetrain, I wouldn't think so. How sad.
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Restoration will cost at least 2x the buy price. Bad math car.
Restorations are almost always bad math, unless your car when restored goes well over $400k. Even then you might be unlucky, all depends on your purchase price and the restoration work required.

But of course, if you keep the car you might get lucky later.

I know a Dutch collector who bought one of the 17 Euro spec Daytona Spiders for around €500k in 2005 or thereabouts. Spent around €150k doing it up. Sold less than a year ago for >€1 mil. Not bad!


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