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Ferrari 400/400i 1979

General description : Marca: Ferrari Modello: 400 GT AUTOMATICA RHD (F101 CL) Anno: 1979 Telaio: 28261 Motore: F101 C Cilindrata: 4824 CC. 252 KW a 6500 giri/min Omologazioni: Attestato A.S.I Interno: Pelle panna Esterno: Blu metallizzato Meccanica: ottima Carrozzeria: ottima Accessori: Aria condizionata, Cerchi in lega Prodotta in soli 502 esemplari tra manuali ed automatiche, questa è stata la prima Ferrari che veniva proposta con il cambio automatico a tre rapporti, senza sovrapprezzo. Elenco degli interventi eseguiti di recente sulla vettura: - sostituzione pneumatici, - sostituzione pastiglie freni, - restauro degli scarichi, rifatti tubi e parti rovinate, mantenendo però l"originalità, inclusi parti marchiate Ferrari, - ammortizzatori rifatti e silent block nuovi, - maniglie porta lato guida entrambe nuove, - ripristino autoradio originale, - parziale restauro degli interni, con cuoio nuovo della fascia alta del cruscotto e in parte del tunnel centrale, - sostituzione guarnizione scatola cambio, - sostituzione sacca liquido tergicristalli, - sostituzione batteria, - parziale revisione dei carburatori, eseguita carburazione, - ripristino aria condizionata, con modifica per gas attuali, - verniciatura scatola filtri aria CONDIZIONI DI VENDITA Nella impossibilità di un continuo aggiornamento il prezzo pubblicati è da considerarsi indicativo La Luzzago si riserva la facoltà di variarlo senza preavviso per ragioni di mercato e per migliorie apportate. Si invita a fare riferimento al listino ufficiale disponibile in sede. I dati descrittivi e la documentazione relativi alla vettura possono contenere errori o inesattezze. Pertanto quanto descritto non ha valore contrattuale ma è puramente indicativo. La Luzzago srl non risponde per la eventuale mancanza o difformità di parti o componenti rispetto alle caratteristiche originali di produzione ed omologazione. E"fatto onere all"acquirente di mettere in atto le verifiche necessarie. Per ogni informazioni siamo a vostra disposizione al ++ 39.030.2411531

1979 Ferrari 400/400i is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Via Mandolossa 65 25030 Roncadelle - Brescia - BS, Italy for €34000.

 

Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : 400/400i Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1979 Sub type : Coupé Location : Via Mandolossa 65 25030 Roncadelle - Brescia - BS, Italy Vehicle Registration : Normal

34000 €

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Luzzago 1975 SRL

Luzzago 1975 SRL
+39 (0)30 2411532

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