1987 Ferrari Mondial 3.2 Coupe
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Silverstone Auctions - The Restoration Show Sale 2015
28th Mar 2015
1987 Ferrari Mondial 3.2 Coupe
The Mondial saw Ferrari return to Pininfarina for styling and it was sold as a mid-sized coupe and, eventually, a cabriolet. It was conceived as a 'usable' model, offering the practicality of four seats with the performance of a Ferrari. The car's body was not built as a monocoque in the same way as a conventional car but instead, the steel outer body was produced by the famous Italian coachbuilder Carrozzeria Scaglietti, just down the road in nearby Modena and built over a lightweight steel box-section space frame. The Mondial model was the first Ferrari where the entire engine/gearbox/rear suspension assembly was mounted on a detachable steel sub-frame, making engine removal for a major rebuild or cylinder head removal much easier than it was on earlier models.
Like the new 328 GTB, the Mondial's engine grew in both bore and stroke to 3.2 Litres (3185 cc) for 1985. Output was now 280 bhp (201 kW). Available in both Coupe and Cabriolet forms, styling was refreshed with restyled and body-coloured bumpers, similar to the 328 with more integrated indicators & driving lamps, and new wheels with a more rounded face. The 3.2 also boasted a major interior update with a more ergonomic layout and a more rounded instrument binnacle. From 1987 onwards cars sported ABS.
This 3.2 Coupe was sold new on 11/9/1987 by Colmore of West Bromwich to a M. Thompson of Birmingham. FInished in the most appropriate colour combination of Rosso Corsa with Crema leather interior, this example is presented in highly original condition and has covered an incredible 12,250 miles. This mileage is supported by 17 MoT certificates and 6 stamps in the service book.
Looking at the car in detail shows that it has clearly led a privileged life and we have not seen a better example in recent years. The bodywork is presented in lovely condition, the interior is immaculate and all books and tools are with the car. This underrated modern-classic will be supplied with a full condition report by respected Ferrari specialists Terry Keys at Silverstone.
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