If you ever got excited about a Ferrari Mondial, chances are you probably stopped when you realized there’s a reason they’re so cheap. Or you saw one from the side.
Belgium. The country famous for its beers, waffles, being the de-facto capital of the European Union, and Jean-Claude Van Damme. I guess it’s time to add “Ferrari Mondial Mailbox” to that list.
The Nissan 240SX, when it was new, was faster from 0-60 than a Ferrari. Well, that's not quite true. There are two caveats, if you'll let me explain.
The Ferrari Mondial came up as one of the easiest answers for our question about the cheapest cars with gated manual transmissions, but it's clear from the comments that there's not a lot of love for that car. Maybe this video will change people's minds.
Before the all-wheel drive FF, Ferrari didn't have a car that could really tackle slightly less smoothly paved roads.
The year is 1987, the place is Palo Alto and this is Bill Joy, Andy Bechtolsheim, Scott McNealy, and Vinod Khosla — the co-founders of Sun Microsystems. If you haven’t guessed it already, these guys have made it big.
Ferraris are not typically a family affair, offering room for two and enough luggage space for a one-night stand. Well, today Nice Price or Crack Pipe has an '89 Mondial that's kind of the mom-jeans of Ferraris.