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1980 Ferrari 400i

Oldtimer Galerie International GmbH

1980 Ferrari 400i
Oldtimer Galerie International GmbH
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SH ID

24-0122015

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FEATURED BY SPEEDHOLICS

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In Stock

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Switzerland

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Body Color blue

 

Color inside light brown

 

Steering left

 

Gearbox manual

 

Gears 5

 

Cylinders 12

 

Displacement 4821cm3


HP 315

Description

The 365/400 Series is one of the longest-lived and most successful models ever offered by Ferrari. The 400i we have on offer, a rare manual 5-speed version, was delivered through Garage J.-P. Favre S.A. in Lausanne on the 22nd February 1980. After (assumed) two further owners and 77‘400 km driven the car was acquired by an enthusiast in 2006. He kept the car for 14 years, meticulously documenting the 28‘000 km driven by him in a logbook. In 2010 the interior received a partial restauration followed by a part-restauration of the coachwork in 2014. A few years ago, a stainless steel exhaust system was installed and in 2020 this most elegant 2 plus 2 was bought by the current owner. The 104‘000 km covered in total are well documented through the service booklet, the logbook and sundry maintenance receipts and the Ferrari presents itself in good, very well maintained condition. The last Veteran MOT was completed in September 2021.