1989 Ferrari 412 GT (RHD) DealerPosted 11/04/2017 - Classic Cars - Brentford, England, United Kingdom
- Coming from famous ownership - We believe this car to be one of just 24 right-hand-drive cars built with a manual gearbox - Superb condition throughout Produced between 1985 and 1989, the Ferrari 412 was the final glorious flowering of the series of luxurious four-seaters that had commenced with the introduction of the 365GT/4 2+2 in 1972. Its stunning body was by Pininfarina and its angular lines were a stark contrast to its more curvy predecessors. The 412 enjoyed a small (119cc) capacity increase, anti-lock brakes, revised interior and bumpers colour co-ordinated with the bodywork, while an improved front air dam and raised boot deck reduced the already low co-efficient of drag. By the time production ceased in 1989, Ferrari’s finest 2+2 had been in production for a remarkable 17 years, though its exclusivity meant that there were seldom more than 200 sold in any one year. This rare RHD example is beautifully finished in Verde Scuro, a colour that complements the stylish Pininfarina bodywork. Inside, the Crema hide seats are in superb condition as is the Nero top-roll and gearbox facia tunnel. Our 412 is a fabulous daily driver, the spacious 2+2 layout provides a luxurious and comfortable ride, it would be the perfect candidate to take on a Grand Tour and an essential addition to any Ferrari collection. We believe this car to be one of just 24 right-hand-drive cars built with a manual gearbox Now available for viewing at the DD Classics Dealership in London, please call to book an appointment. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information but errors may occur. Please check with a salesperson.