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    81 Ferrari i. FOR SALE. $, Ferrari i. Classic Ferrari. V12 Engine just serviced. UK import. This is a truely iconic Ferrari. Powered by the.

    The engine responds properly without smoking or showing any other serious problems. Any that overheats should be left absolutely alone. The seats were beautifully finished in leather while major instruments the size of dessert plates were housed in a heavily shrouded binnacle. The Vpowered i proved that not all Ferraris are impractical. I assume no responsibility for any repairs.

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    Cliff Chambers , Photography by: The Vpowered i proved that not all Ferraris are impractical. Having a family, an aversion to treacherous manual gearboxes or even a modest bank balance is no impediment to owning a Ferrari. Four-seat versions of these very grand cylinder tourers have been part of the Ferrari range since , with later models relatively driver-friendly and not especially expensive. Weight also increased and placed some pressure on performance from the 4.

    This car was longer and heavier than any preceding Ferrari but the attribute that horrified many among the Prancing Horse fraternity was its optional three-speed GM automatic transmission. Early cars with six Weber carburettors developed kW and, in automatic form, would run the standing m in In addition to its longer stroke engine, the revised car acquired a distinctive under-bumper front spoiler, pairs of large, circular rear lamps and bolt-on alloy wheels. The i with Bosch fuel injection arrived in , accompanied by a reduction in engine output of 22kW and a slight decrease in performance.

    Standard equipment was lavish and extensive. The seats were beautifully finished in leather while major instruments the size of dessert plates were housed in a heavily shrouded binnacle. Dominant amongst the interior features was a monstrous centre console carrying a selection of switches and minor dials and the hefty T-bar transmission selector.

    Engine trouble in an era well before mobile phones must have been a nightmare for V12 Ferrari owners. Even those with a working knowledge of things mechanical would have stood and gaped at the underbonnet network of pipes, cables and occasional glimmer of polished metal. Maintenance was to become a serious issue and ageing s often suffered at the hands of neglectful owners who could afford the car itself but not the required upkeep. An updated version with a 5.

    The i, however, was sold here in quite significant numbers — albeit to special order — and surviving cars are easily found in the used market. Flopping into the low-set and leather-bound i seats will invariably provoke apprehension. This after all is a Ferrari and quirkiness is mandatory. Once properly warm and with the oil pressure gauge showing a healthy psi at idle speed, the engine should respond immediately and without hesitation.

    The that I experienced many years ago was an automatic, so no clutch juggling and gearlever jiggling was required. The GM transmission is one of the best self-shifters ever made — also used by Jaguar and Rolls-Royce behind their high-torque engines — though in Ferrari guise not a particularly good match for the free-revving V From top to tip it measures 4. Exacerbating the feeling of bulk is a low-set driving position behind a huge, leather-trimmed wheel and power steering that offers less precision than that enjoyed by drivers of smaller, lighter Ferraris.

    Suburban motoring provided no challenge to the mm disc brakes but the pedal on that particular car — like the steering — felt a little mushy and unresponsive.

    Warwick Broomham has owned our featured car for a year and during that time has travelled less than km. However, he tries to "give the car a run" every week or so to keep it in fine fettle.

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