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1981 400i GT (5spd) Chassis 29847

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  1. samsaprunoff

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    Good day All,

    Just adding Doc:

    https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/dealer/ferrari/400i/2479963.html

    1981 400i GT (5-speed) with Fuel injection Issues and so it is a project.

    Asking $55,550 USD

    Cheers,

    Sam

    1981 Ferrari 400i GT
    Color: Silver Green Exterior with Red/Burgundy Interior
    Mileage: 61729 km
    Location: Montreal, QC, Canada
    Chassis: 29847

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    Repaint in wrong colors.

    Interesting car, it is too bad it has been neglected for so long and stored poorly.

    It needs suspension, brakes, fuel system, cooling system, etc,etc...hopefully the engine turns.

    It needs a big check book behind it.
     
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    I've been trying to figure out what color this was originally painted in, but I can't find any of the pininfarina colors that end in "Nero" for 1981. From what I gather these would have followed the pininfarina paint schemes until 1984 when it switched to Glasurit? Not much experience in this field though so I'm curious if anyone else has it figured out as this paint sticker is somewhat illegible.
     
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    Oh, and the tail lights are wrong on this car.
     
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    Dave,

    Do those paint samples have a formula on the back? If yes, I would love to see it for the Oro Kelso tab!
     
  9. dstacy

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    Not sure. I'll dig them out when I get home. In the meantime.....

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    I wish mine were! Then they'd be an easy swap back to normal and the side markers wouldn't have been drilled! :)
     
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    What is wrong with your Brian?
     
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    Swapping the lenses like that was a neat way to meet Federalization for rear side markers--so the red of the running lights could be seen from the side. It was somewhat common to do, but not all RIs did it that way. My tail lights were left the way they should be, but they drilled side markers into my rear flanks instead--something your car avoided, likely because at one time your rear lights were swapped during the test/inspection, but were put back correct later. This happened a lot, and I wish it had happened to mine instead of being drilled.
     
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