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1978 Ferrari 400 GT Chassis 24019

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  1. samsaprunoff

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    Good day All,

    In the continued spirit to document our cars... Here is some info and pics of Chassis 24019. 24019 sure presents well!

    https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/ferrari/400gt/2218154.html

    Cheers,

    Sam

    1978 Ferrari 400GT 5-Speed
    Color: Blue Exterior with Tan Interior
    Mileage: 14169 KM
    Location: Cleveland, Ohio USA
    Chassis: 24019
    ASking: $115K USD

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  2. raemin

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    #4 raemin, Nov 3, 2019
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    Lots of engine oil residues on the gearbox, considering the car is reportedly less than 20.000 kmh. I've only seen once a car that was less than 15.000km, and it looked different. Also there is quite a bit of wear on the left side of the driver's seat (where the safety belt usually scratches the leather).

    So, very nice car, but I would ask for the detailed maitenance record and check for mileage consistency. If the large o-rings of the timing chain covers have been cut one could legitimately suspect that this car was subject to a deep maintenance, which is not supposed to occur before 50.000km. Just my 2 cents...
     
  3. Ak Jim

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    Asking 115. Will be interesting to see what it sells for. I've heard there are 5 of these in the US. Anyone know for sure?
     

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