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A Ferrari for every budget: prancing horses up for auction

Motoring Research Logo By Andrew Brady of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 29: People who know about making money are regularly hyping up cars as the best way of investing cash. Auction results constantly throw up surprises as desirable vehicles achieve record sums, and there’s no better brand to invest in than Ferrari. The Maranello manufacturer has arguably the biggest fanbase in the world and, if you find a genuine Ferrari in good condition, it could prove a safer investment than the building society. This weekend’s Autosport International show features an auction by specialists Coys, with a number of Ferraris going under the hammer. The usual caveats apply: do your homework first and don’t necessarily assume that every Ferrari will soar in price. But it probably will.

Coys Autosport International auction

People who know about making money are regularly hyping up cars as the best way of investing cash. Auction results constantly throw up surprises as desirable vehicles achieve record sums, and there’s no better brand to invest in than Ferrari.

The Maranello manufacturer has arguably the biggest fanbase in the world and, if you find a genuine Ferrari in good condition, it could prove a safer investment than the building society.

This weekend’s Autosport International show features an auction by specialists Coys, with a number of Ferraris going under the hammer. The usual caveats apply: do your homework first and don’t necessarily assume that every Ferrari will soar in price. But it probably will.

© Coys

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