If you are asking about it's future appreciation potential, I would suggest using Daytona prices for a guide. 365 GTC/4's tend to trade at 50/60% of Daytona's so as they continue to climb, so should the 365 GTC/4. It however is and remains a very polarizing design and 2+2's have always lagged the 2 seaters in terms of long term values.
Concurr w/ Boxer. In terms of appreciation curve, it'll probably slide relative to other models. If you are thinking of acquiring a GTC/4, the point seems to be are you after the value increase or is it because you like THIS car for the reasons that are individual.
If I was buying purely for investment purposes (which is something I am strongly against as these cars need and should be used as they were intended to be) the 365 GTC/4 would not be high on my list. If you consider potential maintence or resoration costs as a percentage of the cars value, it is hard to make the numbers work.
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