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Ferrari 400 GT


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The Ferrari 400 had its public debut in Paris in 1976. It built on the success of Pininfarina’s 365 GT4 2+2, with styling that was all but identical - the only additions being bolt-on wheels, a shallow chin spoiler and four large tail lamps instead of six. As the name suggests, the Ferrari’s engine was enlarged to 4.8 litres, with the V12’s power increasing to 335bhp. A top speed of nigh on 150mph was possible, and the Ferrari 400 also had a 120-litre fuel tank, making it a magnificent grand tourer. While most buyers opted for the three-speed torque converter automatic - which was a no-cost option - a smaller group of buyers chose the excellent 400 GT with the five-speed manual gearbox. This particular Ferrari 400 GT was delivered overseas in 1978. It was subsequently sold on from the estate of a deceased gentleman, and was brought to the UK in 1983 with just shy of 14000 miles on the odometer. The Ferrari’s last private owner purchased the car in April that year and took it directly to the Official Ferrari UK importer, Maranello Concessionaires, for a detailed inspection and servicing. Maranello’s service team looked after the car for the next three years, replacing or refurbishin


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    For sale
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    Ferrari > 400



Unit 5, Brands Hatch Park, Scratchers Lane
DA3 8PU, Kent
United Kingdom

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