1981 Ferrari 400 (FOR SALE)
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The predecessor to the Ferrari 400 was the 3654GT4 2+2. The body design was by Leonardo Fioravanti at Pininfarina, and it was only the second Ferrari to feature the characteristic swage line, dividing the body into upper and lower halves, the first being the Daytona.
The 400 replaced the 365 GT4 2+2 and was announced at the 1976 Paris Motor Show. There were 2 models available: the 400 GT with a 5-speed manual gearbox and the 400 Automatic with a 3-speed automatic gearbox. This was the first Ferrari ever with an automatic gearbox. The V12 engine was now a 4,8L with six 38 DCOE Weber carburettors and it produced 250 kW. Zero to 100km/h took only 7.1 seconds! Only 502 cars were produced of which 355 were automatics.
This specific car is a 1981 Ferrari 400 Automatic, finished in a beautiful metallic gold (Oro Longchamps) with brown leather interior. The car is largely original and is in an outstanding condition. It is mechanically superb and runs beautifully. There are no books and very limited and only recent maintenance history available on the car. Mileage indicated is 102 000 kms, which we believe to be the true mileage, judging by the overall condition of the car.
A rare and beautiful classic GT car from the magical Ferrari stable!
Please take note that all cars can be viewed by appointment only.