Ferrari 400 Cars & Parts For Sale

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Ferrari 400 2+2 Coupe
The 400 is the forgotten Ferrari. It was made from 1976 until 1989, although it was changed to the 412 from 1985 until the end of production in 1989. It has the lowest market value of any Ferrari line, with prices on the secondary market about as low as new sedan from Ford or Chevy.
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Although the design is based on the popular 365 GT4 2+2, many Ferrari aficianados seem to hate this car with a passion. A BBC book titled "Crap Cars" ranked the 400 in the 18th position. Despite this, it was a car that broke many barriers for Ferrari. It was the first Ferrari to be sold with an automatic transmission. The switch to fuel injection from carburetors in 1979 meant a cut in power but cleaner emissions figures. Not that Ferrari owners are into that. As I noted before, these cars are very inexpensive for this brand. They can be found on eBay, where I've seen them sell in the $10,000 to $30,000 range. You can also find plenty of them in Hemmings and other higher-end and classic car classifieds.
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