I’m still without a replacement Ferrari but it’s not for want of trying. I’m staggered by the number of times I have called about a car, expressed an interest in viewing only to be told the sales person will have to call me back. I make a point of ensuring they know I am a serious buyer with cash ready to spend on the right car. Do you think the call comes back? Hardly ever! And some of these guys are big names for independent Ferrari dealers. I would understand if the cars I phoned about were selling but they are still listed in the classifieds.
Anyway, enough moaning and onto the numbers. The headline AV360PI now stands at 97.77 – the average asking price has dropped 1.75% month on month. Here are the tables with the data split up as before:
Here is the chart of asking prices plotted against mileage (note that an example with a galactic 84k miles has popped up):
The line of best fit has changed slightly, not least because of the fall in prices. As such I have re-created the table which shows my theoretical asking price against mileage:
One thing I’ve been trying to look at since last month is showing how the asking prices are distributed. As such I put each asking price into a £2k bracket and plotted a crude histogram. As you can see prices are highly concentrated in the late £40k’s.
That’s it for now – please let me know if you want any more info from the data.
UPDATE 2/10/13: As requested by Steve, please find this months chart of asking prices plotted against model year:
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