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1986 Euro Mondial Cabriolet

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  1. Scaledetails

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    #1 Scaledetails, Nov 29, 2015
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    Decided on selling "Sophia", my 1986 Euro Ferrari Mondial 3.2 cabriolet. This car is sorted!! 44K miles (70K kilometers). Purchased from a F-Chatter last year who had it for 14 years and absolutely babied it. Rosso with tan leather.
    Major service was done less than 2 years ago by Tim Stanford in Florida, one of the best in the business. Next service not due until 2018.
    I added the polished exhaust and hyperflow cats for that amazing sound, drilled pedals, chrome shift knob, replaced both amber tail lights, and a few other minor things. I had all 4 wheels refinished, new rear tires, and a fresh oil change. Everything works, no issues whatsoever. Headlight switch needs repaired but it has a back-up switch installed. The top was replaced as well, so it looks like new. Body is near perfect, zero rust. Interior is great, all the electronics work as they should, CD player, cold AC, etc. This is a great driver, get in and enjoy, no stories, super reliable and bulletproof chassis. The car will come with all its manuals, pouch, some tools, both sets of keys, custom outdoor car cover and factory red indoor cover. 2 full Ferrari binders with all service history. I don't have the original metric wheels. Priced right at $35K firm, sorry no trades or offers, this is a sorted car. I have owned 17 Mondials, so I know these cars well, this is a great one.
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    GLWS! Lovely car.

    Having had 17 Mondial's, is there a significant handling/torque advantage with anT over assorted 3.2?
     
  5. Scaledetails

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    Thank you!
    I wouldn't say significant but you can tell a little difference in the power range. What I particularly like more about my car here is that it was lowered, so it handles probably even better than the T being lower.
     

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