Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
3/19/21 12:00 p.m.
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Built between 1980 and 1993, the Ferrari Mondial replaced the 208 and 308 GT4 as Ferrari’s 2+2 grand touring model, and could be had as either a coupe or a convertible.

This 1986 Ferrari Mondial is an example of a convertible model, and is…

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klharper
klharper New Reader
3/19/21 12:25 p.m.

Trying to figure out what the wheels came off of. Ferrari is 5x108 which is pretty darn close to 5x 4.25" (Technically 4.252") which is used on a lot of Fords and Volvo's among others. Can't blame them for switching to much as these came standard with TRX's which are both expensive and technology has passed them by. 

Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter)
Adrian_Thompson (Forum Supporter) MegaDork
3/19/21 2:47 p.m.

OK, it's a 3.2 4 valve drop top, so probably the most desirable Mondial other then the almost all new Mondial T's from 89 on.  33K isn't low mileage for the red purse gang.  Mondials are the last bargain Ferrari's, what do we think it will go for?  I say $34,695.23.  Any other takers?

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