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While at the bank today, worki

While at the bank today, working out a loan for a 328, the NADA values were addressed by the banker. Seem "strange" to me:

82 308 GTSi 20,775, 26,775, 37,775 (low, average, high).

87 328 GTS 25,600, 34,650, 40,150 (low, average, high)

Seems low for the 328 yet high for the 308. That having been said I would love to get that for my 82 2 valve. In realistically doesn't sound correct.

Opinions?
 
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Stephen,

The NADA vales ar


Stephen,

The NADA vales are nothing more than a way for the banks to figure out how much risk they are willing to accept by loaning you the money. They are nothing more than a guide. How the NADA comes up with these figures is a mystery to me, but I think we all would agree that the value of a Ferrari is alot like anything else. It is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. So you really must look at the asking prices of similar models first. These are almost always inflated a bit. Then you need to look at selling prices. These numbers are more accurate as to what the true "market value" of the car really is. Just my opinion....but I may be wrong.
 
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