Update Classic Ferrari Investment Report

Red Blossoms Classic Ferrari Investment Report Summer 2015

Today the new Red Blossoms Classic Ferrari Report has been published. The report is available for Ferrari enthusiasts, owners, collectors and investors, who want to know and understand the classic Ferrari market better.

The report, of more than 60 pages including more than 30 pages with appendices, contains:

  • Analysis and conclusions of the classic Ferrari market in general and Ferrari models specific;
  • Overview of the value development in US $ of 225 classic Ferrari models from January 2000 until today, including characteristics: year, type, engine, number of cars on the market, and price class;
  • Overview of the value development by index of 225 classic Ferrari models from January 2000 until today, including characteristics: year, type, engine, number of cars on the market, and price class (January 2000=100);
  • Visual graphics of the value development of the of all 225 classic Ferrari models;
  • Overview of value increase performance of all Early Classic models, sorted and analyzed by: ‘number of cars on the market’;
  • Overview of value increase performance of all Early Classic models, sorted and analyzed by: ‘type’ (production, competition, prototype);
  • Overview of value increase performance of all Early Classic models, sorted and analyzed by: ‘price class (1, 2, 3, 4, 5);
  • Overview of value increase performance of all Early Classic models, sorted and analyzed by: ‘engine’;
  • Overview of value increase performance of all Early Classic models, sorted and analyzed by: ‘condition’ (poor, average, excellent);
  • Return on Investment Rate (ROI Rate) of all Early Classic models;
  • Value Increase Stability Rate (VIS Rate) of all Early Classic models;
  • Investment Attractiveness Rate (IA Rate) of all Early Classic models.

We can reveal some of our earlier general conclusions:

  • Models of which >200 cars are on the market, perform above average, models of which only 1 or a few cars are on the market perform less than average.
  • Production models perform better than Competition models and almost all Prototype models underperform.
  • The high-end and the low-end models perform significantly better than the models in between.
  • Models with V-12 engines perform well, models with a V-8 of V-6 engine (except the Dino’s: 206 GT, 246 GT and 246 GTS) perform far below average.
  • In many cases, but definitely not all, cars in excellent condition perform significantly better than cars of the same model in average or poor condition.

Based on these general conclusions a selection could be made to select the most interesting cars to invest in. But as our research show, on every conclusion there are exceptions, so our general conclusions mentioned above are no guarantee for success.

Information & ordering:
For information about prices and to order, please send an email to: info@redblossoms.nl

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