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Ferrari 400/400i 1985

General description : Ferrari 412 anno 1985, colore grigio ferro met. interni panna. Acquistata nuova alla SAMOCAR di Roma ed appartenuta ad un unico proprietario. targhe e documenti originali. Completa di uso e manutenzione service book e trousse attrezzi. Certificata FERRARI CLASSICHE. Eseguita importante revisione presso Ferrari Maranello nel 2007. Visionabile soltanto previo appuntamento telefonico. Le informazioni fornite potrebbero contenere errori o imprecisioni, Pertanto la descrizione presente in questa pagina non ha valore contrattuale ma solo informativo

1985 Ferrari 400/400i is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Via S. Marco Vecchio, 8/d 62010 Passo Di Treia - Macerata - MC, Italy by LEONARDI SPORT CAR for €83000.

 

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Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : 400/400i Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1985 Sub type : Coupé Location : Via S. Marco Vecchio, 8/d 62010 Passo Di Treia - Macerata - MC, Italy Vehicle Registration : Undefined

83000 €

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LEONARDI SPORT CAR
+39 335 6647763
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