The silver Damelian one has been around for at leats 10 months that i've noticed it.
Generally you are paying for the age/colour/condition/transmission/convertible in 360's
Without even having to look at what's on the market, I can assure you that red and tan or creme/convertible/low milage/F1 gearbox/2004-05 model would be the most expensive.
Atico (Ferrari dealer in Sydney) sold only a couple of months ago a red/tan 04 convertible, F1 with 1200km on the clock for $300k, they were asking $309k.
@ the last more park pickles auction, a shitbox 360 spider, silver/black, extremely high milage, scratches, dents, engine took a while to start, on the write off register, only got $90k ish. Auctions are not really the best to determine a price of a car as the same car could fluctuate in price by many 1000's in a matter of a few weeks in either direction. A near new 599 GTB is at pickles now and it ever keeps getting passed in at $350k..... does this mean that 599 GTB's are only worth $350k?
Also the red damelian car that went to auction that got $170kish would easily end up costing $200k after all the fees and taxes were paid for, and you couldn't get a pre purchase inspection, take it for a test drive or anything. You have to compare the final price at auctions, the sale price is just the raw price, GST, buyers fee's, transfer fees ect are all added ontop of the so called "Auction sale price".
So $170k ish for that car @ auction isn't really a bargain at all.