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Stradale said:
The only models that will retain it's value are the limited series like the Enzos, then again maybe for a few years after that they too lose their value.
The price on the older Ferraris has remained pretty stable. I've had my car for 2 years and it is still worth what I paid for it. I've been tracking the value and it has gone up to $26 and down to $22.5 (what it is now). I think the big boost on my car is the fact that it is the last of the carb Ferraris. I don't believe the price will go any lower than what it is.

For a new car, you will always lose. Always.
 
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