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Lot : Ferrari MONDIAL 3.2

Vintage, Classic & Collectors Motor Vehicles, BCA (22 April 2008)

The Ferrari Mondial debuted at the 1980 Geneva Motor Show as the successor to the 308 GT4, taking its name from the company's legendary sports racer of the 1950s. Under the skin, the Mondial was close in specification to the fuel-injected 308S but differed in the chassis, which now utilised a sub-frame at the rear to carry the engine and transmission, thus making for easier maintenance and servicing, as the whole unit could be removed with ease. The Mondial was Ferrari's first 'world' car, with its design intended to meet the varied regulations in all its potential markets, and the 308 floor pan had been stretched by some 4-inches in order to allow the Mondial to accommodate four passengers, increasing its appeal. By 1982, the QV Model was introduced, boosting power to some 240bhp and another upgrade was to take place in 1985 with the coming of the 3.2-litre version. In the classic colour combination of Rosso Red with Crema leather upholstery, this Mondial 3.2 is of 1989 manufacture and is reported to have covered just 56,500 miles. It is offered for sale due to the acquisition of a new Ferrari 360 and has clearly been well cared for, being described as in good order in all respects.

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Auction Vintage, Classic & Collectors Motor Vehicles
BCA, Surrey
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