1986 Ferrari Mondial – Rosso Prugna

100305_mondial_3136The Ferrari Mondial was produced from 1980 to 1993 and superseded the 308. The 2+2 was introduced as a car suitable for daily driving, built on a steel frame, and adorned with a Pininfarina designed and Scaglietti produced body. Nearly 7,000 of these cars were produced in a number of variations.  The Mondial 3.2 is the last variation to share the transverse engine and transmission of the 308 before it. After the Mondial 3.2, Ferrari changed the “Mondial t” engine mounting to longitudinal though the transmission remained transverse.

The car is positioned here on the slab in front of the shop for a quick wash on a warm spring day. Snow banks remain in the background. The deep maroon body of the Mondial hints slightly at purple – and though unique, the color is factory original Rosso Prugna. Inside the car is an incredibly clean interior, with full books, tools, and records. The sunroof and air conditioning work as well. This 1986 Mondial is a very drivable Ferrari, with 43,000 miles on the clock, with the stunning looks of a car with only ten or thirteen thousand.




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  1. Nagesh said,

    October 29, 2010 @ 9:10 am

    I have to admit for the first time and bow my head for the useful information.,

  2. lobo said,

    February 11, 2013 @ 4:42 pm

    i love this car!! one of the best in the world

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