The latest fall brings a total 12.5% slide since the 2017 peak for these cars, with Spiders faring better that Berlinettas and GTS variants, which have dropped 6.7% in the latest update. That brings the entry level for rough examples down to £40k, the good usable cars to £50k and the best to £62.5-70k, depending on whether they’re merely mint condition or concours perfect. As ever, cars with tiny mileages backed up by comprehensive service history are more again.
Spiders have fallen 6.3% and the price premium over coupés is now £2k for all condition levels bar concours, where the difference is £5k. At 2019 selling prices, rather than the optimistic asking prices that we still see out there in the market, these thrilling Ferraris are starting to look like an attractive buy again.
Price Guide Movers is part of 16 pages of buying tips and advice, including Quentin Willson’s Hot Tips, Ads on Test, the Buying Guide in the latest issue of Classic Cars.