What should I be paying?
You’ll be needing a donor car – most buyers choose a Ferrari 330GT. Of course, as more are sliced and diced for replicas, they themsleves are becoming more valuable. If you’ve not got a handy barn-find, prepare to pay a pretty penny for the donor.
And you’ll need to be patient. Business is a-boomin’ at GTO, and with the popularity of the ‘revivals’ soaring, the company says it’s got enough demand on its books to last three years of production.
How to value something like a revival post-purchase is tricky to say. To the owner, for whom it’s been commissioned, fitted and fettled, it’s likely priceless, but to a future suitor, it’s both more tempting than an original (more reliable, more driveable) and less so (because it’s not legitimately canon). Suffice it to say you’re hardly likely to be tripping over these things in the online car supermarket.