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Ferrari 456 GT 1994

General description : Dieser Ferrari 456 GT kommt aus 2. Hand und war immer in Deutschland zugelassen. Dokumentation und Rechnungen sind vollständig. Der Zahnriemen wurde vor kurzem bei Ferrari erneuert. Der Wagen ist in einem absolut neuwertigem Zustand.

1994 Ferrari 456 GT is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Gutenbergring 31DE-22848 Norderstedt by Collector-Cars-Mehne for €82000.


Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : 456 Model Version : GT Engine size : 5.5 Model Year : 1994 Sub type : Coupé Location : Gutenbergring 31DE-22848 Norderstedt Vehicle Registration : Undefined

82000 €

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Mehne Automobiles

+49 (0)40 54801770
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