Been reading your posts for awhile regarding your love of Ferrari's. Only have driven one, took a Euro version 308 gt as collateral for a loan to a acquaintence. Had a blast with it for six months. AC didn't work, man that car sure got hot. My question for you is: I currently have a 1961 ASA in my garage. A friend of my liquidated a estate and this car was one of several in it. He is telling me that it was made by a group of Ferarri employees who spilt off from the co. to start their own company called ASA. It looks like a Ferrari and has many Ferrarri parts. My Friend says that there were only 200 made. Anyways he wants me to go in halfs with him on this then flip it. LMK if you have ever heard of it and it's value. Thanx for your time, JIM
You are correct...the ASA is quite rare. In any car of this nature, the value would depend on the model, condition, history, and what the buyer is willing to pay. [Do not consider it to be a car you would consider driving on an regular basis.] A collector, not necessarily a Ferrari enthusiast, (either here or abroad...and rich) is your value maker.
I know of no direct source of information on the car. I would recommend you contact the following to begin your search (you have quite a task ahead of you).
That should get you started. If you want, you could e-mail me (with more detailed information on the ASA) on the Yahoo! system...so we don't tie up this site. I might come up with something else.
Classic car collectors are out there with severe cases of hesternopothia. You just have to find them! [My ASA memory: I was heading south on the German Autobahn...coming from Kobenhavn...doing over 120mph in a TR-4...when a red ASA passed me like I was standing still!]