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post #1 of 9 Old 01-17-2008, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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I know this as been asked many times.. Just looking for an update.
What would a nice 328GTS be worth with good docs of course in USA?

Same question on a 308QV.
Original vs restored.
Daily driver not a garage queen collector shape sample. Obviously that would be more.

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post #2 of 9 Old 01-19-2008, 09:28 PM
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Darren,

I just returned from Barrett Jackson where a nearly perfect 3 owner 19,000 mile 328 went for $70,000 US (plus a 10% buyers fee). It was a record. I bid on it but stopped at $55,000.

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Have you checked the latest issue of Ferrari Market Letter ?

also you can give Mike Sheehan a call (his number can be found on www.ferraris-online.com). He normally is quite helpful on providing his view on the market and current prices.
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I know this as been asked many times.. Just looking for an update.
What would a nice 328GTS be worth with good docs of course in USA?

Same question on a 308QV.
Original vs restored.
Daily driver not a garage queen collector shape sample. Obviously that would be more.

Thanks

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Did you buy either the 308 QV or 328 ?
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post #5 of 9 Old 12-06-2008, 03:30 PM
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I think 308's, 328's, and 308 GT4's are going to increase in value.

They are classic and fun.

Prices do fluctuate and checking the FML is a good place to start.
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I think 308's, 328's, and 308 GT4's are going to increase in value.

They are classic and fun.

Prices do fluctuate and checking the FML is a good place to start.
On top of it, if you have an idea what you are doing, these are the last Ferraris that it is possible to do a lot of the maintenance on yourself.
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---these are the last Ferraris that it is possible to do a lot of the maintenance on yourself.
No not true.

360's are very easy on which to work and they are reliable.

Engine compartment is well positioned for access, underpan can come off for additional access, and timing belts are easy to access through passenger compartment.

It's really an easy car on which to work.
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No not true.

360's are very easy on which to work and they are reliable.

Engine compartment is well positioned for access, underpan can come off for additional access, and timing belts are easy to access through passenger compartment.

It's really an easy car on which to work.
True, my thinking was more along the line of it was the last model for which you did not need a SDI or SDII for the engine management diagnosis.
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The SD diagnostic tool is really mostly for the F1 series transmission cars.

The 6 speed cars don't need it unless major issues with ECU's etc.
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