Evaluation: Formerly in the Elkhart collection and the Sam and Emily Mann collection. The paint is a little gloppy around the grilles on the B-pillar. Scratches in the badge. Tired chrome. Imperfect door fit. Some flaws in the wheels. Tidy older restored engine bay. Good lightly worn interior. An always stylish Italo-American hybrid, lightly aged and mildly flawed. And the ability to grab spare parts at the neighborhood NAPA or AutoZone is always a plus.
Bottom Line: This car sold here in 2019 for $362,500, then sold out of the Elkhart collection in 2020 for $401,000. It isn’t any better since then but it isn’t any worse, either, so the decision to refuse a lowly $270k bid was understandable. While not a great Grifo, it shouldn’t have much trouble finding a higher price elsewhere.