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Have any of you heard what lat

Have any of you heard what late model 550's loaded with options in mint condition are actually selling for. I see the Rousch report but am trying to find out actual selling prices before I contact anyone.
I am actually hoping to find a 2001 550 with good options (carbon fiber interior, roll bar, split wheels, rear deck,..) with no damage, low miles.
any thoughts?
Thanks
Gary
 
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I generally discount the FML a

I generally discount the FML asking prices by at least 10%-15%...that should put you in the ange they actually change hands at. Another good litmus test is to ask your local dealer (on different calls
) what they would sell one to you for (discount mim. 20%) and what they would takes yours in on trade on a 575 for.

The Ferrari market is a very difficult thing to get a real handle on as some prices seem absurdly high and real wholesale is hard to put a finger on also. Most sales are handled by dealers or brokers with quite a commish attached.

Regards, JRV
 
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Cash is King!!!! LOL

A whol


Cash is King!!!! LOL

A wholesaler I've known for years puts it another way,

"It's worth what you count in the palm of your hand, as it drives away." HTH
 
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