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Ferrari Mondial Cabrio aus 1. Hand für Sammler !! 1987

General description : Das Fahrzeug wurde 1987 nach Zürich / Schweiz als Neuwagen ausgeliefert

seit dem im Erstbesitz !!

*es wurden von diesem Modell nur 810 Fahrzeuge gebaut*

garantierte und belegbare Gesamtkilometer

das Fahrzeug ist absolut Unfall + Nachlackierungsfrei

großer Service mit allen Nebenarbeiten wie Zahnriemen usw. neu gemacht

keinerlei Standschäden

fast im Neuwagenzustand

Fahrzeug ist verzollt und nach Deutschland eingeführt

deutsche TÜV + H-Abnahme sowie EU-Bescheinigung I+II wird auf Wunsch nach erfolgtem Verkauf erstellt

eine Oldtimergarantie ist gegen Aufpreis möglich

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1987 Ferrari Mondial Cabrio aus 1. Hand für Sammler !! is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Rudolf-Diesel-Ring 26DE-82054 Sauerlach bei München by Automobile Legner for Not priced.


Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : Mondial Model Version : Cabrio aus 1. Hand für Sammler !! Engine size : 3.2 Model Year : 1987 Sub type : Convertible Location : Rudolf-Diesel-Ring 26DE-82054 Sauerlach bei München Vehicle Registration : Undefined

Not priced

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Automobile Legner

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