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Given the continued weakness of Sterling vs the Euro, these look like bargains if you convert the GBP price into Euros at 1:1.05.
A Daytona for 190K Euros or a Scuderia with delivery mileage for 185K euros, even a F430 with 6500 miles for 85K euros. How about a 360 CS with 2.5K miles for 110K euros?

For full stock list click this link

http://www.racecarnewmedia.co.uk/nickcartwright/stock.asp

I should add there are many other Uk dealers and I am not in any way connected to this dealer, I was just viewing his stocklist.

A sample of the best offers

FERRARI ENZO
Rosso/Nero, 1300 klms, 1 owner, as new.
£850000

FERRARI 365 GTB/4
Rosso Corsa/ Nero/Rosso leather, Bordeaux carpets, 38,500 miles.
£184995

FERRARI 430 Scuderia
Rosso/Rosso/Nero, 680 miles, 1 Owner.
£178995

FERRARI 360 Challenge Stradale
Rosso/Nero, 2500 miles, as new.
£103995

FERRARI 512 BBI
Rosso/Nero, 52,000 miles, Fully comprehensive service history, undergoing refurbishment.
£85995

FERRARI F430 Manual
Nero Daytona/Nero Daytona style seats, Carbon driving zone, 6,500 miles.
£79995

FERRARI 360 Spider
Nero/Nero/Carbon racing seats, 9,200 miles, 3 owners.
£59995

FERRARI 360 Spider
Azzuro California/Blu Scuro, 11,800 miles, FSH.
£54995
 

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Those are decent prices even compared to US dollar purchasing!

Enzo's have dropped in value especially since one was repoed here in the US recently and resold for $850,000!
 

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The BBi is too expensive, IMHO, considering that there are several 365BB's for sale for 70k or less, and it has considerable mileage.

The Enzo is also not a particular bargain, you can pick up several on the Continent for the same price.

But the Daytona, the Scuderia and the 360s are really bargain basement.

I thought I had a good deal when buying my BB but since September the GBP has dropped another 20 cents - it's amazing, really. That's 20,000 euro! Or, in other words, 2/3rds of a great 308.


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Quite clearly dealers have picked up on this as well - LHD's are going for a premium compared to RHD, although - reading the ad again - it is almost brand new.

http://www.pistonheads.co.uk/sales/745402.htm

Still represents a phenomenal buy, though. If I bought this, kept it for a couple of years, then imported into Holland and sold it on, I'd make money on it. They sell new in Holland for 250k Euro without options. If I had the money right now, I'd snap this up!


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Here is some pricing of the 430 Scuderia that are on offer from other dealers in the U.K. All 3 have low mileage and are not badly priced, for me that is, living in South Africa. We pay a fortune for Ferrari's even with our exchange being 15:1 (Yes, for us it is just over ZAR 15.00 for GBP 1.00) these Scuderia's are still considered to be ''cheap'' in price.

Graypaul Edinburgh:
430 Scuderia with 697miles
GBP 169 500.00

H.R.Owen:
430 Scuderia with 350miles
GBP 179 950.00

Dick Lovett:
430 Scuderia with 420miles
GBP 179 950.00
 

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Quite clearly dealers have picked up on this as well - LHD's are going for a premium compared to RHD, although - reading the ad again - it is almost brand new.

http://www.pistonheads.co.uk/sales/745402.htm

Still represents a phenomenal buy, though. If I bought this, kept it for a couple of years, then imported into Holland and sold it on, I'd make money on it. They sell new in Holland for 250k Euro without options. If I had the money right now, I'd snap this up!


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Just went to take a look and it has already been sold.
 

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Given the continued weakness of Sterling vs the Euro, these look like bargains if you convert the GBP price into Euros at 1:1.05.
A Daytona for 190K Euros or a Scuderia with delivery mileage for 185K euros, even a F430 with 6500 miles for 85K euros. How about a 360 CS with 2.5K miles for 110K euros?

For full stock list click this link

http://www.racecarnewmedia.co.uk/nickcartwright/stock.asp

I should add there are many other Uk dealers and I am not in any way connected to this dealer, I was just viewing his stocklist.

A sample of the best offers

FERRARI ENZO
Rosso/Nero, 1300 klms, 1 owner, as new.
£850000

FERRARI 365 GTB/4
Rosso Corsa/ Nero/Rosso leather, Bordeaux carpets, 38,500 miles.
£184995

FERRARI 430 Scuderia
Rosso/Rosso/Nero, 680 miles, 1 Owner.
£178995

FERRARI 360 Challenge Stradale
Rosso/Nero, 2500 miles, as new.
£103995

FERRARI 512 BBI
Rosso/Nero, 52,000 miles, Fully comprehensive service history, undergoing refurbishment.
£85995

FERRARI F430 Manual
Nero Daytona/Nero Daytona style seats, Carbon driving zone, 6,500 miles.
£79995

FERRARI 360 Spider
Nero/Nero/Carbon racing seats, 9,200 miles, 3 owners.
£59995

FERRARI 360 Spider
Azzuro California/Blu Scuro, 11,800 miles, FSH.
£54995


Would it be too much trouble giving me the conversion rate to U.S. dollars?
 

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There are rumors that the GBP is expected to fall another 30% against the Euro and USD in Q1 2009, these cars will be even cheaper then, unless of course the dealers realise the potential overseas market and price cars in foreign currency.
 

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It is apparent that the discrepancies between currencies may be coming to an end.

Economies are now more global and need better balance as the Euro has done for Europe.

If England continues to hold out with the pound they will be the loser. The Queen can't control her economy forever. What's left for industry in England?

OPEC has indicated they may no longer accept US$'s for payment. If this happens the US has a big problem, because it will render he $ as no longer a world standard.

Canadian money is worth more than the US$ for the first time in more than 60 years?

Stand by as this year may show dramatic shifts in exchanges.
 
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