Rear side windows on Cabriolets cost $1,500 to fix, the engine must be removed for major servicing and any electrical glitch is probably serious
When the Ferrari Mondial 8 was introduced at the Geneva Auto Show in March 1980, it was named in honor of the 4-cylinder, 3-liter sports racing Ferrari of the ’60s.
The new Mondial had a 3-liter, 8-cylinder motor mounted transversally behind the driver, as in the 308 GT4 it replaced. It also had a ten cm longer wheelbase than the GT4, offering greater comfort to the driver and passengers. In 1983, the engine size was increased to 3.2 liters, and the car was renamed the Mondial 3.2. The horsepower increased to 260 and top speed to 145 mph.
The car presented is a 1987 Mondial 3.2 Cabriolet finished in metallic blue with blue top and parchment interior. This Mondial 3.2 is equipped with 348 wheels and has only been driven 24,420 miles.