Hagerty’s index of collectible Ferraris continues to climb, with an aggressive 12% surge during the past four months. This market segment has been anything but quiet since we began tracking values in 2006, but this still marks the largest advance of any index in nearly five years.
Cal Spyders continue with strong appreciation, with every highline sale seemingly bringing higher prices, but the fact of the matter is that six of the 13 component cars increased in value during the past four months at double-digit rates. The most lethargic movers still exhibited growth at a point-per-month clip, and even previously ignored 2+2s like the 330 GT are partaking. The news here isn’t that Ferraris are up, it’s that they continue to be up. Virtually anything of the Enzo era is outperforming virtually everything else in the market.
|Index value:||324.4||All-time high:||324.4 (May 2013)|
|Five-year high:||324.4 (May 2013)||Five-year low:||177.8 (September 2009)|
|Four-month change:||12%||12-month change:||24%|
|36-month change:||71%||60-month change:||41%|
|1957 Ferrari 410 Superamerica SIII coupe||3%||1958 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder LWB||8%|
|1963 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder SWB||22%||1963 Ferrari 250 GT SWB||8%|
|1960 Ferrari 250 GT PF coupe||5%||1963 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso||9%|
|1963 Ferrari 250 LM||11%||1966 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2||14%|
|1968 Ferrari 275 GTB/4||3%||1968 Ferrari 330 GTC coupe||12%|
|1972 Ferrari 365 GTS/4 “Daytona” Spyder||11%||1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 “Daytona” coupe||11%|
|1972 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino Spyder||9%|