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Ferrari Mondial 3.2 convertible 1983

General description : Ferrari Mondial cabriolet 3.2l, 36.900 kilomètres, nous n'aovns pas d'historique.
Voiture à restaurer, elle démarre mais un bon entretiens est à prévoirs

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1983 Ferrari Mondial 3.2 convertible is listed sold on ClassicDigest in 738, Chaussée de Bruxelles N 5BE-6210 Les Bons Villers by Auto Dealer for €29000.


Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : Mondial Model Version : 3.2 convertible Engine size : 3.2 Model Year : 1983 Sub type : Convertible Location : 738, Chaussée de Bruxelles N 5BE-6210 Les Bons Villers


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