I’m in my Seventies, need to sell my Ferrari Mondial 3.2 Cabriolet and would very much welcome your advice. I feel it would be best to put it into an auction but would like to have some idea of its worth. It’s a 1986 model in superb condition, 41,000 miles with full main dealer service history.
RB, via email
I referred this to our classics expert, Keith Adams, who replied: “Mondials are on the up at the moment, especially QV models. Although coupés are still easily had for less than £20,000, the cabriolet is worth more. It’s hard to say what it is worth without a proper appraisal, but getting it into the right sale will help a lot, assuming you don’t want to advertise it yourself. The most appropriate seller depends on your location, but top of your list in the UK would be Bonhams, Silverstone, Historics or H&H.”