The Ferrari 400i was produced from 1979 to 1985. 400i refers to the engine, which replaced the carburetors by a Bosch fuel injection system to comply with the emissions standards. The V12 Colombo engine underwent some changes throughout the production run and the Ferrari 400i top speed was recorded at 149 mph. The differences with the Ferrari 400 were limited to the engine. Design with the same three-box style by Pininfarina with the iconic swag line dividing the car’s profile. Some cars were offered in a convertible trim by various coachbuilders. The body was made of steel, with a fiberglass floor. The chassis used a tubular steel fabrication and suspension that consisted of double wishbones, coil springs, and anti-roll bars all around. The car was well equipped with servo-assisted steering and disc brakes on all four wheels.
Looking to purchase a 1981 Ferrari 400i? The Beverly Hills Car Club team would love to share a few tips and advice. One recommendation they’ll give you about this particular model is to thoroughly investigate the service history and the EPA/DOT compliance records to find out if the work was properly executed when the model was imported. Moreover, rust and electrical issues are some crucial elements to look at when evaluating a 1981 Ferrari 400i. The Beverly Hills Car Club team would love to give you more recommendations to help you make a good transaction. Feel free to call the team anytime and ask for more.
The Beverly Hills Car Club has a large inventory of classic cars for sale and the team welcomes you at their Los Angeles classic car dealership anytime to view the current inventory. The representatives have many years of experience in the industry and are regularly buying and selling classics around the world. Be assured that the team will do everything they can to help you find the perfect model of 1981 Ferrari 400i, within your budget. Get in touch with the experts today to get started on your project!
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