The Ferrari 400 GT was introduced in 1976 at the Paris Auto Show and was based on the 365 GT/4 2+2 model. To comply with the increasingly tight emission regulations, the carburetors were replaced by a Bosch fuel-injection system and the new Ferrari 400i was produced from 1979 to 1985. An upgrade was made to the model in 1982, were new camshaft profiles and exhaust readers raised the power output. The Ferrari 400i’s design was by Pininfarina and recognizable to its three-box style and swag line on the car’s profile. Revisions were also made to the interior, introducing plush upholstery, center console, door panels, and new electronic switchgear.
A total of 1305 examples of the Ferrari 400i were produced, 422 GTs and 883 automatics. Although the model seemed to be tailored to the clientele of the American market, the car was never officially imported. A grey market was in place however, and many models made it on the continent. Be sure to inspect the service history and the records for EPA/DOT when looking at a particular model. The Beverly Hills Car Club team is known for sharing useful tips and advice with classic car buyers, to help you make the best transaction. Please don’t hesitate to call the friendly staff anytime to hear more. Additionally, The Beverly Hills Car Club enjoys an excellent reputation for good deals and their Los Angeles classic car dealership is the home for a large and diverse collection of classics for sale.
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