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  • October 24 - VIC - Motorclassica Collector Vehicle Auction: Sun, 24 Oct, 2010
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Offline Markis


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Plenty of plates up for grabs... dodger, please do not attend, just buy the C63!

83
97
337
363
434
470
573
628
717
733
886
919
1-003
2-121
3-895
4-999
5-222
6-543
8-166
8-333
9-989
11-555
20-002
28-726
45-6789
55-000
68-168
195-480

So, is anyone attending?



Offline Q..

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Offline M308

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[458] just appeared.. this will get interesting, any price estimates?

http://www.shannons.com.au/pages/auctions/lot.jsp?id=AD83G844BHAD666B
Very interesting......could break the $100k mark :scratchchin:

I think in the high $90k's though :)



Offline ferrarista2


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Very interesting......could break the $100k mark :scratchchin:

I think in the high $90k's though :)
i don't think so, in sydney we had NSW 997, asking big dollars.....but sold around 80k....
Everything looks better in carbon fibre



Offline dkabab

i don't think so, in sydney we had NSW 997, asking big dollars.....but sold around 80k....

in theory, the average 458 owner would have more cash to splash than most 997 owners, the 458 is newer by 5 years so in more demand, and 458 is a significantly lower number than 997. so all that going for it, i would say if 997 got 80k, i dont see why 458 wouldnt get 90-100k



Offline M308

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i don't think so, in sydney we had NSW 997, asking big dollars.....but sold around 80k....
Compare apples with apples.....NSW "997" has nothing to do with what Vic "458" will go for.

"599" went for mid $90's a couple of months ago and "458" will go very close to, if not over....



Offline AshSimmonds

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"599" went for mid $90's a couple of months ago and "458" will go very close to, if not over....

$124k



Offline 1st


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Keep your eyes on 886 and 363. I think these results will be surprising, 886 in particular.

I suggest the 886 plate will sell for the highest price of the three digits. 628 is a dark horse too, as is 919 and 717.

Put it this way, in terms of an investment, compare for example a current value of "328" or "348" (forgetting how unloved this model seems to be) with "886" as a future magnet of value.

I think the owner of 458 is quite astute, there will never be a better time to sell than at this particular point in the Ferrari model cycle. They will sell every 458 they can get building a demand base for the plate, but a new model will be around the corner in a few years and that will be the new must have.

Also, I predict 83 will surprise everyone with it's final $$ result.

Cheers

Stew.

historicplates.com.au
thegreatplateauction.com.au



Offline Q..

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LOL :)
Reading this is like reading the a horoscope.   :D
Telling us that the lowest plate available "will surprise everyone with it's final $$ result." .... ROFL :D :D

Come on Stew, share some of that  knowledge, and commit to some actual figures. :)



 
Keep your eyes on 886 and 363. I think these results will be surprising, 886 in particular.

I suggest the 886 plate will sell for the highest price of the three digits. 628 is a dark horse too, as is 919 and 717.

Put it this way, in terms of an investment, compare for example a current value of "328" or "348" (forgetting how unloved this model seems to be) with "886" as a future magnet of value.

I think the owner of 458 is quite astute, there will never be a better time to sell than at this particular point in the Ferrari model cycle. They will sell every 458 they can get building a demand base for the plate, but a new model will be around the corner in a few years and that will be the new must have.

Also, I predict 83 will surprise everyone with it's final $$ result.

Cheers

Stew.

historicplates.com.au
thegreatplateauction.com.au



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