Value of F355 in (about) 5 years?

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  1. jonesn

    jonesn Active Member

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    Some of you are probably better at this than I am. What do you expect the value of a 1996-98 F355 Berlinetta (w/ 25-35k miles) to be in 5 years? Ballpark estimate on depreciation from now.
     
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    not much depreciation
     
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    I'd guess high 60s to low 70s for a prime example.
     
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    f355's dropped like a brick. you can find decent examples right now for 60-80k.
     
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    60ish k lol
     
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    going for the budget baller?
     
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    those things sound like sex
     
  8. MartyFukstein

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    Could be in the high $40ks for 35k miles.

    There won't be depreciation on the service, though. Expect to shell out $4k a year keeping it running.
     
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    If you're asking about the cost of a Ferrari, you can't afford the maintenance.
     
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    Same for same condition, I expect it will hold its value quite well.
     
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    I don't think it will be depreciate much more, if at all, if you don't add too many miles.

    I don't know about the rest of you, but most every guy I know in his mid to late 20s thinks that is one of the best looking Ferraris of the last 30 years, and I know quite a few of us would love to own one 10 years from now if our finances make it doable...keeping the prices stable. Given, it's not going to do as well as 993 porsche widebodies on the resale/fanboi front, relatively speaking, but I think the hater will be surprised..

    Then again, that might apply to the 360 Modena in the future as well, but I'm not educated enough on Ferrari pricing to tell ya.. AKA THIS COMMENT IS ALL GARBAGGIO
     

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