60+Ferrari F355s sold
£1,701,000UK F40 auction record
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Ferrari model range
When people think of collector-quality Ferraris, it is often the 250 series that comes to mind, and the likes of the 250 GTO, 250 GT Berlinetta SWB, and the 250 LM. Of course, these cars are now out of reach to all but the extremely wealthy; though other 1960s models such as the 250 GTE and 330 GT 2+2 represent - in relative terms - affordable V12s from the same era.
Other classics such as the Dino 246 are also popular with collectors, along with their less value V8 brethren such as the 308 GTB or 308 GT4. The latter also boast relatively low running costs for a Ferrari, thanks largely to the straightforward mechanicals compared to modern machinery.
The 365 GTB/4 'Daytona' Berlinetta is one of the true icons from the Maranello marque, and the end of its production in 1973 would be the start of a 23-year absence of a two-seater front-engined V12. The arrival of the 550 Maranello in 1996 restarted the bloodline though, and the subsequent 575M, 599 GTB, F12 Berlinetta and 812 Superfast have all been critically acclaimed.
Four-seater V12 grand tourers represent one of the lower entry points to Ferrari ownership, with the likes of the 456 GT and 612 Scaglietti available for around the same price as a brand-new prestige family car from BMW or Mercedes-Benz.
The mid-engined V8 supercars from the modern era remain compelling options, with values for the F355, 360 and F430 all crossing over depending on the variant, specification, mileage and condition. At the upper end of values for V8 Ferraris in the market are the rare editions such as the 458 Speciale, Challenge Stradale, and the 488 Pista - and of course the F40 and 288 GTO that command seven-figure prices.
Ferrari sale highlights
Collecting Cars has now sold more than 600 Ferrari road and race cars; including more than 60 F355s, 30 variants of the 308, 10 each of the 812 Superfast and 458 Speciale, and three examples of the very Tare 575 Superamerica. Tn October 2023, we set a new UK auction record for the Ferrari F40, with a hammer price of £1.7 million.
Three examples of the latest flagship supercar, the SF90, have found new homes via the platform, including a Stradale in the UK (£358,500) and a Spider in the EU (€550,000). No fewer than 15 Challenge Stradales have sold on Collecting Cars, including the only known 360 Challenge Stradale in Blu Mirabeau (£195,509). Our team in Australia consigned a striking 488 Pista with a superb specification, which sold for A$805,500.
In Italy, a 550 Maranello formerly in the ownership of actor Jean Reno sold for €82,000. This is one of numerous cars with celebrity provenance on the platform, with others including the ex-Eric Clapton 612 Scaglietti One to One (£102,500) and the ex-Jay Kay F12 TDF (£792,500).
Among the classic models sold have been a 365 GTB/4 Berlinetta in disassembled but largely restored 'project' form (£346,000), an outstanding Dino 246 GTS in Blu Sera over Tan (£286,500), and a remarkable 308 GTB 'Vetroresina' with a genuine 22,990 miles from new (£130,000).
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