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Robb Report Ferrari InvitationCollecting classic cars is a hobby most of us just can't afford to enjoy to the extent we might like. For those few well-to-do men and women who do have the means, however, a little advice and inside information from an expert certainly couldn't hurt.

If you happen to fall into that particular group, here's a date for your diamond-encrusted rolodex: on February 17th at 9 p.m. EST, Robb Report automotive consultant Robert Ross will host a live webcast featuring "acclaimed enthusiast and collector Bruce Meyer, world-renowned restorer and concours judge, Gary Bobileff of Bobileff Motorcar Company, and David Gooding, President and founder of leading collector car auction house Gooding & Company."

The topic? "An insider's look at the latest developments within the international collector car investing world," with an emphasis on classic Ferrari automobiles. If you're interested in joining in on the fun, click here for all the details.

[Source: Robb Report]


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      • 4 Years Ago
      A friend of mine bought a Ferrari GTO for $40,000. In the early '70s.

      His banker was having second thoughts, thought he was crazy.

      He sold it for $100,000. He doesn't regret selling it, as the cash bought him 10 more cars to sell, and started him off on an extremely lucrative career.
      • 4 Years Ago
      With all of this talk of classic car investments, I can't believe no one has brought up the 2000 Mustang Cobra R. Surely it is up there with the Ferarri 250 GT in the hallowed circles of collectible cars?
        • 4 Years Ago
        No. It isn't and never will be.