1986 ferrari 412




1986 ferrari 412

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  • All Ferrari versions offered for the year with complete specs, performance and technical data in the catalogue of cars.

    The Ferrari GT4 2+2, Ferrari and Ferrari (Tipo F) are front- engined V12 2+2 grand tourers made by Italian manufacturer Ferrari between

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    1986 ferrari 412

    1986 ferrari 412

    Five-spoke alloy wheels were mounted on Rudge knock-off hubs; Borrani wire wheels were still offered at extra cost. Both the manual and automatic transmissions were retained, but exterior badging no longer denoted the transmission type fitted. With it's crisp styling, concealed headlights and classic five spoke alloys, this car brings me right back to the s. Around the back the tail panel was body-coloured instead of matte black, and foglamps were fitted in the bumper.

    1986 ferrari 412

    1986 ferrari 412

    1986 ferrari 412

    1986 ferrari 412

    1986 ferrari 412

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    The three cars are closely related, using the same body, chassis and engine evolved over time. Following Ferrari practice, their numeric designations refer to their engines' single-cylinder displacement expressed in cubic centimetres.

    It then evolved into the , the first Ferrari available with an automatic transmission. In the was replaced by the fuel injected i. The improved ran from to , bringing to an end Ferrari's longest-ever production series. Although the option of an automatic transmission and compliance with U.

    1986 ferrari 412

    Various coachbuilders, such as Carrozzeria Pavesi and Straman , offered convertible conversions of the series. The bodies were steel , with a fiberglass floor; they were manufactured by Pininfarina at its Turin plant, then shipped fully finished to Modena where Ferrari assembled the cars.

    Suspension consisted of double wishbones , coil springs coaxial with the shock absorbers , and anti-roll bars all around; the rear axle featured an hydraulic self-levelling system.

    1986 ferrari 412

    Under the bonnet there was a Tipo F Colombo V12 that underwent many changes through the years. It was an alloy head and block , four overhead cams , valve unit using wet sump lubrication. The steering was servo-assisted.

    Brakes were discs on all four wheels. Five-spoke alloy wheels were mounted on Rudge knock-off hubs; Borrani wire wheels were still offered at extra cost. Fittingly for a large grand tourer, standard equipment included leather upholstery, electric windows and air conditioning.

    The GT4 was replaced in by the nearly identical looking Ferrari The new was offered in two models: The Automatic was the first Ferrari to have an automatic transmission. A total of examples were produced, of which were Automatics and GTs.

    1986 ferrari 412

    The carburetors on the were replaced with Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection in Towards the end of , the i was updated. On the exterior a narrower grille left the rectangular foglights exposed; the venting on the engine bonnet was changed from silver to body-colour. New, more elegant wing mirrors were fitted, bearing a small Ferrari shield. Around the back the tail panel was body-coloured instead of matte black, and foglamps were fitted in the bumper.

    Lower profile Michelin TRX tyres were adopted, on metric sized wheels. A total of examples were produced, Automatics and GTs. In further improvements were made to the series, with the launch of the Ferrari chassis Tipo F EL. Both the manual and automatic transmissions were retained, but exterior badging no longer denoted the transmission type fitted.

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