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Offline JBO


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The guy from RM auctions reckons manual 612 Scag or 599 are almost guaranteed to appreciate. Very rare but there was a manual 612 for sale in Oz last year. If it was me…I'd forget the Fezzas and see what could be negotiated on this…only 140 made in RHD.
http://www.carpoint.com.au/all-cars/private/details.aspx?R=SSE-AD-3542407&Cr=0


 
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The guy from RM auctions reckons manual 612 Scag or 599 are almost guaranteed to appreciate. Very rare but there was a manual 612 for sale in Oz last year. If it was me…I'd forget the Fezzas and see what could be negotiated on this…only 140 made in RHD.
http://www.carpoint.com.au/all-cars/private/details.aspx?R=SSE-AD-3542407&Cr=0

I agree. I think that will look cheap a few years from now.
Mark my words!



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CS is the best looking modern Ferrari by a long way IMO.

if only they'd made a manual.



Offline dkabab

hhhmm not so sure - all NA and last of NA. People will tweek one day IMO

Not many lining up for the 308/328/348 trinity.



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Not many lining up for the 308/328/348 trinity.

Booming growth in prices in the UK at the moment. Used to be up around 30 308's, 328's and 348's on carsales, there was only 1, 3 and 4 when I just looked now.



Offline anotherforumuser

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How much do you lose in duties and costs selling a car to the UK? Theres a supposedly mint yellow 348 Spider on Carsales for $88k.. there's 2 red 348 spiders on PistonHeads for 89950BP ($196270AUD) There were only 75 RHD built.



Offline mondi

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How much do you lose in duties and costs selling a car to the UK? Theres a supposedly mint yellow 348 Spider on Carsales for $88k.. there's 2 red 348 spiders on PistonHeads for 89950BP ($196270AUD) There were only 75 RHD built.


If it was a viable option they would be all over it...............


You pay VAT, duty and other tax I believe - haven't looked at it for a while. VAT is 20%.

Shipping would be about 800 pound drive on drive off if you wanted to do it on the cheap.............



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Not so bad. http://www.shipmycar.co.uk/2011/01/how-much-import-duty-will-i-pay/

No idea how up to date this is, I cant get their calculator to work.

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Are you importing a car to the UK which was built in the EU, e.g. a Porsche, Bentley, MG, Jaguar, Lotus, Lamborghini, etc?If so you will not have to pay the usual import duty, just £50 and then the usual 20% VAT on top.



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Not many lining up for the 308/328/348 trinity.

Non of these are the "stripped" out versions aka RS equivalent (in Porsche language)



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Not so bad. http://www.shipmycar.co.uk/2011/01/how-much-import-duty-will-i-pay/

No idea how up to date this is, I cant get their calculator to work.

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Are you importing a car to the UK which was built in the EU, e.g. a Porsche, Bentley, MG, Jaguar, Lotus, Lamborghini, etc?If so you will not have to pay the usual import duty, just £50 and then the usual 20% VAT on top.
That's not correct. You will be required to pay VAT. Generally importing to the UK will attract 20% VAT. Classic cars do get a reduced rate of 5% VAT but they need to be over 30 years.

A few exemptions exist but you need to be the original owner and import the car back within a specific time period.



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