The Ferrari 400i was a front-engined V12 2+2 grand tourer, which name refers to the engine’s single cylinder displacement expressed in cubic centimeters, with an I for the fuel-injection upgrade. Pininfarina penned the body of the Ferrari 400i with the main design cues being the three-box design and the swag line dividing the body in an upper and a lower half. Various coachbuilders such as Carrozzeria Pavesi and Straman offered convertible versions of the Ferrari 400i. The body employed steel with a fiberglass body and were based on a tubular chassis. The Tipo F 101 Colombo V12 engine with four overhead camshafts was coupled to the transmission with a driveshaft connecting to the rear limited slip differential. Disc brakes were fitted on all four wheels and the steering was servo-assisted.
The model was never officially imported to the U.S., although the fact that the manufacturer made an automatic transmission for the model would lead to believe that they planned on doing so. However, a number of models were brought through as grey imports. As a result, it is recommended to thoroughly inspect the EPA/DOT compliance records and service history of the models. The Beverly Hills Car Club team has many years of experience in the classic car industry and the team is always happy to share some tips and advice with future buyers to help them make a smart transaction. Be sure to call the friendly staff before you move forward with the purchase of a Ferrari 400i. Additionally, The Beverly Hills Car Club has a large inventory of classic cars for sale and the team welcomes you anytime to view the current inventory.
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