The Ferrari 400i was the next iteration of the Ferrari 400 model, which came out in 1976. The I stands for injection, referring to the new Bosch fuel-injection system introduced to comply with increasingly tight emission regulations. The V12 engine was connected to a five-speed manual or automatic gearbox and top speed was recorded at 149 mph. At the end of 1982, some upgrades were introduced on the Ferrari 400i, including new camshaft profiles and exhaust headers that raised the engine powerafter a decrease from the new fuel-injection system. The main revisions were made on the interior, with new door panels, upholstery, and electronic switch panel and center console. Outside, the Ferrari 400i was fitted with new wing mirrors with a small Ferrari shield and the back tail was now body painted instead of the matte black previously used.
Should you be considering a 1983 Ferrari 400i for your next classic car purchase, you probably know a lot about the model. 1,300 examples were made throughout the production run, most of which were equipped with the automatic gearbox. Although the car wasn’t officially imported to the U.S., many models many it via the grey market. The Beverly Hills Car Club team is composed of classic car experts and enthusiasts, who follow the market religiously. If you’re wondering what the availabilities and budget look like for a 1983 Ferrari 400i, the team would be more than happy to assist you. What’s more, they’ Los Angeles classic car dealership has a large inventory of classics for sale. The team is known for offering fair and honest deals on classic Ferraris and many other makes and models.
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