The Mondial, as well as other new models are all on the base tier pricing as far as I can tell. The older the car, the more expensive the certification prices. I saw some of the other prices were pretty jaw dropping (15K-20K)
It’s about $2,300 which I don’t really think you’ll get back for resale. But since I don’t plan selling the car, it’s all about my own enjoyment of having the nice report and history from the factory.
I apologize for the poor Google Translation…
“Motor y Racing”
Top 9 Mondial Myths
Was more expensive than the 308/328 which were actually the real ‘entry level’ cars in the lineup
This is the fault of 2 of the 3 major US publications that had poor lukewarm performance results for the Mondial 8 35 years ago. 1 of the 3 of the publication had great results … all subsequent articles on the qv, 3.2 and t had great performance stats on par with the competition.
One of the most successful models in Ferrari history, selling over 6,000 examples
No more inadequate then most 2+2 of the time. It will not be comfortable – but very functional if the folks riding are not very tall
Only cars that have been neglected, they are mechanically similar to the 308/328/348 – a properly maintained one is quite reliable
Every bit of a Ferrari with the same exact engine as the 308/328/348, and was designed by Pininfarina
Many formal articles often praised is handling and there are many mentions that it handled better than the 308/328
Pictures simply don’t seem to do justice to these cars. I’ve received overwhelmingly positive comments on and off the street.
Latest auction prices for pristine examples have come in near or over $100,000
Top 9 Mondial Facts
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Been driving my car a ton!!! Love it more and more…