The Ferrari Mondial is a mid-engined V8 "Gran Tourismo" produced and marketed by Ferrari between 1980 and 1993 - with styling by Pininfarina and bodywork by Carrozzeria Scaglietti.
Offered as a 2+2 coupé or convertible, the Mondial replaced the Ferrari 308/208 GT4.
The name Mondial (French for worldwide), reflected its global compliance with safety and emissions standards in force in 1980 - as well as the company's prominent victories in motorsport. Ferrari had already used the name in the 1950s to celebrate Formula 1 world championships and again in the 1970s to celebrate its Formula 1 world championships for constructors.
The QV is equipped with a 240hp 3-litre V8 which is very robust and easy to maintain.
Only 629 examples were ever produced of the Mondial QV Convertible, making this car fairly rare.
The most accessible and practical Ferrari on the market today!
WORLD MANUFACTURER IDENTIFIER :
ZFF = ITALY, FERRARI
L = 308 GTB/S QV, MONDIAL QV (CABRIO) / ENGINE F105A EURO VERSION
SAFETY SYSTEM :
C = 3POINT INERTIA BELTS WITH AUTO RETRACTORS FOR FRONT PLUS 2-POINT INERTIA BELTS FOR REAR
15 = MONDIAL QV CABRIOLET
TIPO = F108AL
Officially called “Mondial Cabriolet”
B = LHD, Europe
CHECK DIGIT :
0 = NON JAPANESE, NON NORTH AMERICA / NON MIDDLE EAST / NON LATIN AMERICA / NON CHINA
(ALL OTHER MARKETS)
MODEL YEAR :
1-9 = NORTH AMERICA, MIDDLE EAST, LATIN AND CENTRAL AMERICA AND CHINA
0 = ALL OTHER MARKETS, INCL LATE JAPANESE
0 = MARANELLO
SERIAL NR :
51263 = USED ON 1947-1988 “STREET CARS”