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Ferrari 512 1992

General description : Ulteriori informarzioni:
Vettura perfetta, sia esteticamente che meccanicamente, appena eseguito service completo con cambio cinghie, tagliando ecc...per un totale di € 10.000 in Ferrari.
Interni perfettamente conservati, privi di screpolature o evidenti segni d'usura.
Pezzo da collezione.
La carrozzeria ha subito alcuni interventi nel pieno rispetto dell'originalità generale dell'auto.
Completa di tessera di garanzia.

Per ulteriori informazioni:
Antonio Ceccato: 393-9851500

1992 Ferrari 512 is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Via Bolzonella 35013 Cittadella - Padova - PD, Italy by SUPERCAR (1 Ratings) for €149900.


Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : 512 Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1992 Sub type : Coupé Location : Via Bolzonella 35013 Cittadella - Padova - PD, Italy Vehicle Registration : Undefined

149900 €

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SUPERCAR (1 Ratings)
+39 (0)49 9403012
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