1994 Ferrari 456 GT
1994 Ferrari 456 GT
|Mileage Indicated||83811 kms|
|Transmission||6 Speed Manual|
|Exterior Colour||Nero Carbon Metallic|
In the world of Grand Tourers, Ferrari has held a leading position for many years, and the 456 GT marked the Italian sports car company’s triumphant return.
The GT Car formula, with the engine up front, in this case, a 5.5L 12V engine, the gearbox positioned behind, rear-wheel drive, and the ability to carry up to 4 passengers, is perfectly embodied by this Ferrari.
The only drawback, if one can call it that, is that this Ferrari was exclusively offered with a manual transmission. However, we find the gated 6-speed gearbox to be both cool and enjoyable to operate.
Under the hood, this 456 boasts a refined 12V engine that delivers a satisfying driving experience. Furthermore, its extensive documented history adds to its appeal.
Grand Tourers excel at providing the essential elements of a fun driving experience and truly shine on open roads. If this aligns with your preference and you’re looking to add a prancing Stallion to your collection, this Ferrari could be the perfect choice.
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