Originally Posted by Toplambo
Limited-edition V12 Lambos (<100 units) almost always rise in price. Faster, even, than Ferraris and Porsches. For example, the Veneno (14 units) has tripled in price in ~5 years, from $4m to $12m.
The Veneno is a "one off" special edition like the Reventon, Centenario and LB48H. The Centenario failed to sell at auction in Monterey and I believe prices are now hovering around retail.
The SVJ"63" is basically a standard SVJ with a few AdP touches like the carbon roof which is available for the standard SVJ and 63 painted on the side.
I personally don't see the SVJ going up in value any time soon and same goes for the SVJ63. Too many Aventador variants and there's rumours of a limited track only SV-R in the works and maybe some sort of final edition SVJ. Only modern V12 that might hit a million dollars within the next 10 years is probably the Murci SV.