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Andrew, I suppose you were missing something. Seriously, what Boxer says is the current trend. Nevertheless, what is hard for me to comprehend is that how come spiders/ roadsters are exceedingly high is values compared to coupes. (Even taking into considerations that there are less production numbers of spiders/ roadsters, market prices seem out of balance. Just my two cents.) Jimmy
 

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RM Auction May 18 @ Maranello

Just came across this article in a Japanese car magazine listing RM Auction results. Lot #311 Daytona Spyder 1971 #14415 went for 875,000 Euro; lot #336 Daytona Coupe 1971 #14345 went for 250,000 Euro. The list showed over 40+ F cars that ranged from 1961 250GT SWB to 2004 Enzo and the prices seemed strong. Jimmy
 

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Just came across this article in a Japanese car magazine listing RM Auction results. Lot #311 Daytona Spyder 1971 #14415 went for 875,000 Euro; lot #336 Daytona Coupe 1971 #14345 went for 250,000 Euro. The list showed over 40+ F cars that ranged from 1961 250GT SWB to 2004 Enzo and the prices seemed strong. Jimmy
From what I have seen over the last 6-10 months, Daytona Berlinetta prices have stabilized in the Euro 225-250k range. A few dealers are asking Euro 270k but the cars are not moving.
 
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