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stefano1810 11-25-2013 04:24 AM

308 GTB QV will be a collectable ?
 
Hi, I'm buying my first Ferrari , a 308 GTB QV 1984, in great condition, engine out just done, in the range of $45k
I do love the car and the lines, but I'm also feeling that at some point will become a collectable,
in my research I found that only 742 are been build, and 1/3 of them a Euro version, is this correct?
Please let me know what you think about.
Anyone have pros and contra regarding this car?
I'm paying to much?


Thank you

miketuason 04-26-2014 09:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stefano1810 (Post 301058)
Hi, I'm buying my first Ferrari , a 308 GTB QV 1984, in great condition, engine out just done, in the range of $45k
I do love the car and the lines, but I'm also feeling that at some point will become a collectable,
in my research I found that only 742 are been build, and 1/3 of them a Euro version, is this correct?
Please let me know what you think about.
Anyone have pros and contra regarding this car?
I'm paying to much?


Thank you

stefano where are you at?

Ingenere 07-01-2014 09:30 PM

As time goes on and great cars get tougher to find, the cars will appreciate.... especially the well cared for, complete and well documented cars.

tazandjan 07-01-2014 09:49 PM

Stefano- Welcome to Ferrari Life and congratulations on your B QV. Maranello Concessionaires said there were 748 built, so close enough to your number.

I think all the 308s will become collector cars eventually, just like 53-67 Corvettes. The early GTBs and GTSs were about even, 2897 B vs 3219 S, but after that, there were many more GTSs than GTBs, all the way through the 328. For the QV 748 B vs 3042 S, over 4:1.

Just depends on whether slightly stiffer chassis, purer lines and rarity will weigh in favor over the fun and open air driving of a GTS. There is a reason there were so many more GTS models. People liked them. I even had a 78 GTS and it was great fun driving without the top in the UK where I owned her (LHD).


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