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It seems that RM sold 69% of the cars offered.
Ferrari - wise no big surprises contrary to what I expected. The market for low to mid tier Ferraris seems clearly to soften (Daytona £132' ; 330 GTC £137') also the F50 (as much as I know a very low mileage example) sold for £319, not a strong number. 275 GTB/4's sold in a range lower than lately in Monterey, some of them did not sell.

A total surprise to me was the 250 LWB (1385) selling at over 2 Mio. Pound. Collectors really make a difference between rare and really rare cars:rolleyes:
 

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Are the RM numbers with or without commision ?

That F50 was a no sale at Maranello earlier this year.

The 365 GTB/4 Daytona I looked at several months ago when Cars International had it for sale in London. It is a rebodied Berlinetta that had been converted to a spider many years ago.
 

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Are the RM numbers with or without commision ?

That F50 was a no sale at Maranello earlier this year.

The 365 GTB/4 Daytona I looked at several months ago when Cars International had it for sale in London. It is a rebodied Berlinetta that had been converted to a spider many years ago.
I have no idea ?!
 

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I have just had it confirmed. The sales numbers include the 10% commision.
That means a very low mileage F50 is traded at around £ 285 = 525'000 Swiss Franc interesting! Even more interesting if you deduct the sellers premium to be paid to the auction house. Lets calculate 10%: equals £ 256'000=Swiss Franc 475'000.- ! So thats where prices are for sellers to be ready TO SELL !
 
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