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I went to several of the Scottsdale Auto Auctions this week, purely as a spectator. There were lots of spectacular and rare cars there and plenty of Ferraris both old and new.
Yesterday I had a look at this one>
The photo does not do the car justice, it was just gorgeous and looking at the year of manufacture, 1998 I could not help but think "Has it really been 15 years since they made a really good-looking Ferrari"?
Pretty car but you probably don't want one---they had a lot of teething problems. A 360 is mo' bettah and much less expensive to service. An engine rebuilt on a 355 can run you $40,000, no problem, which is 2/3rds the value of the car.
A Ferrari 250GT California LWB Spider sold for $8.8 million @ the RM Auction in Scottsdale last week. The huge price was no surprise to experts who consider "Enzo era" Ferraris the
cream of the vintage car market.
A few years ago, Ferrari decided to use the storied California name for a new model which IMO was a huge mistake. If you had it would you spend almost $ 9million on this>
they had a lot of engine troubles with the new California.
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