I’m an office guy that likes to wrench on his own Ferrari. Unlike many Ferraris my Mondial gets driven it at least 10.000km (7,000 miles) a year. Just like us humans a Ferrari needs to stretch its legs to stay in shape.
She is from 1987, yes almost all Ferraris are called a “she”. Has a grey metalic skin and a red interior. She originates from Italy where she had two owners then moved to Germany where she had another 2 owners, before I purchase her in June 2013.
Mondial 3.2 QV ’87 Italy origin
Exterior: Grigio Met – FER 700/C
Interior: 3171 Red
|Model:||Mondial 3.2 coupe|
|Engine Displacement:||3184 cc|
|Bore and Stroke:||83 x 73.6 mm|
|Engine Description:||Transverse, mid-mounted 90? V8, light alloy cylinder block and head|
|Transmission:||Dry, single-plate clutch, 5-speed gearbox + reverse, ZF limited-slip differential|
|Front Suspension:||Independent, double wishbones, coil springs, telescopic dampers, anti-roll bar|
|Rear Suspension:||Independent, double wishbones, coil springs, telescopic dampers, anti-roll bar|
|Brakes:||Ventilated discs, servo assist.|
|Acceleration (0-100 KM/H):||6,9 sec|
|Top Speed||250 km/h|
|Tyres||205/55/R16 front – 225/55/R16 rear|
|Price new||199.000 Dutch guilders (approx 95.000 euro)|
|Fuel consumption||1ltr/10km highway (90 km/h). 1ltr/6 city|
Nice site of yours! I ended up here looking for info on the Mondial 3.2. I’m about to purchase a cabriolet (~800 made). I drove “her” a couple of times, did some visual inspections and the only “but” I found is some slight corrosion in the bottom part of the chassis.
This unit in particular has a steel plank attached to the bottom of the chassis. The position of this plank is more or less under front seats. Does you car have this plank? This is the part I’ll need to replace.
Any pics of the “bottom” parts of your car will be very very very helpful!
Thanks a lot.