- Sound and complete car
- Rare 2 + 2 convertible Ferrari
- 3.2-liter 270bhp version
- No reserve
This car is of French origin, as testifies the plaque Établissements Pozzi. It displays just 19,145 km on the odometer, which we cannot certify though. Jacques Baillon, enthusiast of the brand, used it on sunny days, like in 2009 when he went to the Vigeant track for the "Ferrari against cancer" meeting.
The red coachwork is in fairly decent condition, as well as the hood and interiors. The black leather upholstery and carpets are a bit worn, and the car features a CB, its toolkit and its jack. It is interesting to know that Jacques Baillon, owner of a California Spyder, preferred to use the Mondial, easier to drive and also more discreet.
The advantage of the Mondial, compared to other mid-engined convertibles, is that it has two small rear seats, allowing for either 'smaller' people or children to be taken along. In this version, it is powered by a 3.2-liter V8 that develops 270bhp and gets to a V-max of 250 km/h. This is indeed a rare model, with production limited to slightly over 800 units.
As it has not been driven for years, the car needs a thorough overhaul before hitting the road once again.