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Official Ferrari Opus Book - Classic Edition - Only £2,000 Delivered @ Waterstones
Official Ferrari Opus Book - Classic Edition - Only £2,000 Delivered @ Waterstones

Official Ferrari Opus Book - Classic Edition - Only £2,000 Delivered @ Waterstones

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Ideal gift if the weight of all the loose change you have saved on this site is pulling down your trousers, or making your handbag too heavy. Remember the diamante version is 175,000, so really is a bargain this one.

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Cold, available at £1800 from WH Smith. (_;)
Edited by: "Samme" 6th Apr 2011

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Then I doff my cap, wh smith it is!

In all seriousness, it's probably a good investment. I bought an Alfa Romeo ltd edition book 10 years ago at what seemed like a silly price then of 65 quid. They now sell for over £800.

meanredspider

In all seriousness, it's probably a good investment. I bought an Alfa … In all seriousness, it's probably a good investment. I bought an Alfa Romeo ltd edition book 10 years ago at what seemed like a silly price then of 65 quid. They now sell for over £800.



that is insane!! ><
why would you buy a ten-year-old book for £800+?

Nah,think I'll stick with The Official Ferrari Opus - Cavallino Rampante Edition @ £3750 Free delivery
waterstones.com/wat…28/

meanredspider

In all seriousness, it's probably a good investment. I bought an Alfa … In all seriousness, it's probably a good investment. I bought an Alfa Romeo ltd edition book 10 years ago at what seemed like a silly price then of 65 quid. They now sell for over £800.



Books are such a solid investment - I regularly pick up 1st editions of modern classics for £5 on eBay which I sell a couple of years later for over £100.. Best one was a freebie novella by Michael Marshall Smith handed out in Tube Stations a few year ago.. Sold 2 copies at over £200 each..

M3NDEREZ

Books are such a solid investment - I regularly pick up 1st editions of … Books are such a solid investment - I regularly pick up 1st editions of modern classics for £5 on eBay which I sell a couple of years later for over £100.. Best one was a freebie novella by Michael Marshall Smith handed out in Tube Stations a few year ago.. Sold 2 copies at over £200 each..



that's pretty amazing! ^^

I bought a 1st edition "Big Issue" 20 years ago and sold it to a Polish millionaire for 2 million, then bought property in Saudi (new build) sold it 5 years later making a further 5 million.....blah blah blah blah.....bought 7 virgins and rented them out at 1 million each (2nd hand virgins now....going cheap).......blah blah blah...... it **** me off how people can make money so easy!!! I often wonder how the cat knows when to leave the house! oO
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