- Sound car
- Powerful and comfortable model
- Rare carburetor version with manual gearbox
- No reserve
By signing in 1972 the design of the Ferrari 365 GT/4, which was to become the Ferrari 400, Pininfarina showed his talent: the line was simple, elegant, timeless and perfectly reflected the high status of this luxury sports car. From the 365 GT 4 to the 412, this model had an exceptionally long career, eventually going off the brand's catalogue only in 1989. Its roomy interior, comfortable and in luxuriously finished leather from seat to roof was a pleasure to be in.
The car on offer is rare since the production of the 400 GT in carburetor version and with a manual gearbox was 142 units only. Jacques Baillon was very passionate about Ferrari and this 400 GT was one of his personal cars. It is equipped with a radio-cassette system, air conditioning, a telephone panel and an alarm system. Externally, it is quite well preserved in its original condition, though the body has some traces of scratches and impacts. It will need a mechanical overhaul before the car hits the road. Once restored, this car will find again its performance with a max power of 340bhp in a comfortable way.