RB Classic Ferrari Index vs. HAGI F Index

The indices of the Historic Auto Group (HAGI) are well known, due to the many publications in the media. One of these indices is the HAGI F Index, which is used as an indicator of the classic Ferrari market.

Due to the fact that the HAGI F Index is based on only rare 12 models over a period of almost 50 years, one should be careful to use this index as a correct indication of the value developments in the classic Ferrari market.
The classic Ferrari market consist of 200+ models, each with very specific characteristics and each with its own unique value development curve.
Red Blossoms includes all models in it’s indices.

The Red Blossoms Indices and the Hagi F Index both use  market capitalization for the calculation of the indices. HAGI publishes every month, Red Blossoms every 2 months.

To illustrate the differences between all indices, see the graphic, where all indices are set to 100 in December 2008.

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Index All Enzo Models
187 models from Y 1947-1989

Index Early Enzo Models
‘ Chrome bumper era’
143 models from Y 1947-1972
Last model: Dino 246 GTS

Index Late Enzo Models
44 models from Y 1972-1989
First model: 365 GT4 2+2, last model: Mondial t

Index Post Enzo Models
40 models from Y 1989-2000
First model: 348tb, last model: 360 Spider

The Hagi F Index
12 rare models from Y 1956-2004
– Ferrari 250 LM
– Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider
– Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider
– Ferrari 250 GT Tour the France LWB
– Ferrari 250 GT SWB
– Ferrari 250 GT Lusso
– Ferrari 275 GTB/4
– Dino 246
– Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona
– Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Spider
– Ferrari F 40
– Ferrari Enzo

For more information about the Red Blossoms Indices, click here.