- 1 of just 1,743 and a relatively late-build American specification example - Recently benefited from a new timing belt, dampers and tyres courtesy of Ian Barkaway of Tonbridge - Comes complete with original sales brochure, collection of invoices, wallet and handbooks Ferrari considered mid-engined technology when replacing the 275 GTB - Lamborghini had already declared their hand with the prototype Miura - but were concerned how customers might cope with the related handling of so large and powerful a car. The ensuing Dino therefore represented their first foray into the mid-engined road car market, a line then successfully followed with the 308, 328 and 348. The Pininfarina-penned 308 GTB debuted at the Paris Salon in 1975 as both a replacement for the Dino 246 and supplement for the Bertone-styled Dino 308 GT4 2+2. A notable departure for the early fixed roof 308s was the use of GRP for the bodywork and, while for some countries wet sump versions of the 2.9-ltre V8 engine were employed, European specification cars were fitted with dry sump units. The Targa-topped GTS was first seen at the 1977 Frankfurt Motor Show and, in common with its GTB sibling, then had its carburreted en
Make: Ferrari Model: 308 GTS First Registered: 30/12/1979 (V) Mileage: 50,366 Miles Previous Owners: 1 UK Engine: 2.9 Ltr Transmission: Manual Paint Colour: Rosso Corsa Trim Colour: Tan Leather Carpet Colour: Rosso Doors: 2 Seats: 2 MOT: 12 Months TAX: TBA HPI: Clear Warranty: 3 Month Cover Included - Upgrades Available
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1985 Ferrari 308 Quattrovalvole GTS s/n ZFFUA13A0F0056183 Rosso Corsa with Tan Leather The all-new Pininfarina designed Ferrari 308 debuted at the 1975 Paris Auto Show to enthusiastic acclaim. These were very challenging times in the auto industry, so one can imagine the delight generated when this all new sports car emerged amidst the lackluster offerings of the period. Thankfully Ferrari delivered a refreshing option. Pininfarina designer Leonardo Fioravanti, having already designed many of Ferrari's most celebrated cars including the Daytona, the Dino, and Berlinetta Boxer captured a taut new energy with the 308. Replacing the 246, this Ferrari arrived as a new market maker. The 308 was dramatic and beautiful, quickly becoming a feature of television shows and movies, while shaping public opinion about what a sports car should look and feel like. Although the initial design was limited to a fixed roof configuration, the GTS arrived in 1977, featuring a removable satin black roof panel, which could be stowed in a vinyl cover behind the seats when not in use. In 1980, the 308 was updated to fuel-injection which allowed for better emissions but at a loss of power, putting out only
This fabulous 308GTB is a most desirable dry-sump, steel bodied car, built in limited numbers and for the European market only. The model is identifiable externally by its single outlet exhaust. Delivered new in May 1980 by M.G. Crepaldi Automobili s.a. of Brescia to Mr. Giovanni Bresciani. In 1984 it was sold to Mr. Angelo Cacciamali who owned it for one year then sold it to Mr. Cesare Zini. He owned the car from 1985 until 2009 then dealer Maranello Service srl sold it to the fourth owner who registered it in the name of his company, Agora srl. Well known specialists GPS Classic sold the car in 2014 to the last owner - an American who used the car for a driving holiday in Europe. He had them carry out a major service including all belts, water pump and bearings, new brake discs and so on. They also submitted the paperwork for full Classiche authentication documents for the car which were issued by the factory on 11th November 2015 . As the Classiche paperwork confirms, the car is finished in its original, eye catching and highly unusual colour of 'Verde Medio' Metallic ( medium Green ) with interior trim in 'Pelle Sabbia' ( Beige Leather ).The car is also fitted with the 16 inch
Original “dry sump” race inspired engine. The Pininfarina- styled Ferrari 308 GTB was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1975 as a supplement to the Bertone-shaped 2+2 Dino 308 GT4 and a direct replacement for the 2-seater Dino 246. The 308's body was designed by Pininfarina's Leonardo Fioravanti, who had been responsible for some of Ferrari's most celebrated shapes to date such as the Daytona, the Dino and the Berlinetta Boxer. The 308 used elements of these shapes to create something very much in contrast with the angular GT4. GTS models featured a removable roof panel with grained satin black finish, which could be stowed in a vinyl cover behind the seats when not in use. The introduction in 1975 of the Gran Tourismo Berlinetta stands the test of time and is still present in the current model range! Specifications >>>>> Oldtimerfarm is going to renovate! Due to renovations we are currently publishing less pictures per car on our website. For more pictures or more information please contact Xavier via phone: 0472/401338 or via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Old
Lowered price from €112.500 -> €99.950 Pininfarina managed with the design of the all-new 308 to get a compact, clean and essential shape, but it was only reserved for the elite. The Pininfarina-styled Ferrari 308 GTB was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1975 as a supplement to the Bertone-shaped 2+2 Dino 308 GT4 and a direct replacement for the 2-seater Dino 246. Its V8 engine was equipped with four twin-choke Weber carburetors and single coil ignition. European versions produced 255 PS (188 kW; 252 bhp) at 6600 rpm (7700 rpm redline), but American versions were down to 240 PS (177 kW; 237 bhp) at 6,600 rpm due to emission control devices. A notable aspect of the early 308 GTB was that its bodywork was entirely made of glass-reinforced plastic (GRP) allowing a very light weight of 1,050 kg (2,315 lb). This lasted until June 1977, when the 308 was switched to steel bodies, resulting in an overall weight increase of approximately 150 kg (331 lb). At the 1977 Frankfurt Motor Show the 308 GTS was introduced. Independently from the market, all GTS used a wet sump engine and were steel-bodied. European GTB models retained the dry sump lubrication until 1981. In 1980 Bosch K-Jetroni
Probably the best example of the rare 208 GT4 Dino on sale anywhere in the world today. Originally registered in 1975 and one of only four built in Blu Chiaro Metallic, this car underwent a full restoration by respected Ferrari restoration house Modena Classic Works in early 2016 at a cost in excess of €30,000, after which it was imported into the UK.;;A full respray was followed by a nut and bolt overhaul of the engine, gearbox, brakes and suspension, and consequently it presents beautifully from whichever angle you look at it, inside and out. Accompanied by over 200 photos detailing the restoration work and showing just 30,000km, if you’re looking for a Dino GT4 you will be hard pushed to find a better example of this appreciating classic.
Air Conditioning, Full Leather, Factory Hard Top, Radio, Service history Ferrari 308 GTS in White with 28,700 miles. Two previous owners. Stunning condition with body work restoration by ourselves two years ago complete with gorgeous Bordeaux interior.This exquisite car has many original features including steering wheel, radio and bulb kit. History file with original service book and current MOT. 308''s are greatly appreciating classics and a joy to drive. Please call us for more details
The 1960’s proved to be a fruitful time for the American custom car scene. Hot Rodding culture was becoming ever more mainstream and regularly depicted in movies, television and print. For hot-rod builders, new materials, techniques and influences were being applied to cars and the boundaries were pushed ever further thanks to the efforts of a new-school of creative forces, led by the likes of Ed Roth, Dean Jeffries, Gene Winfield and George Barris. Together with other designers, artists and car builders, the Kustom Kulture was born. The Kustom movement was a further evolution of the traditional American hot rod, which gradually moved away from dry-lake roadsters and into more sophisticated machines, many based on 1940s and 1950s sedans with heavily modified bodies and complex paint work. As the decade wore on, these builders often constructed ever more dramatic and downright whacky “theme” cars for show competition as well as television and movies. George Barris, along with his brother Sam started building cars when they were teenagers in California. In high school, they started the “Kustoms Car Club” and spend every waking moment working on and around cars. At just 18 years of age, George moved to Los Angeles and founded the Barris Kustom Shop where he continued building customized and restyled cars for an ever growing list of clients. The Los Angeles location of the shop meant the shop soon attracted the attention of Hollywood execs and they began designing and building cars for a multitude of Hollywood movies and television programs. Barris’ first movie car was a customized 1946 Chevrolet used in the teen crime drama, High School Confidential from 1958. More Hollywood work followed, including arguably Barris’ most famous design, the original Batmobile from the 1966 Batman television series. Further projects included such pop-culture icons as The Munsters “Drag-U-La”, The Jalopy from the Beverly Hillbillies, a ’71 Lincoln from The Car and K.I.T.T. from Knight Rider. Of course, George Barris built a number of cars for his own personal use but few have survived untouched, as they were often sold off to finance his next project. After many years supplying cars for Hollywood movies and movie stars, George treated himself a 1978 Ferrari 308 GTS. He loved the Ferrari and he immediately joined the Ferrari club to share in his excitement. At a club meet, he realized all of the cars looked the same and he couldn’t tell which was his! So of course, he set to work modifying the Ferrari with the signature Barris Kustoms look, no matter how pretty the original Pininfarina styling was. So Starting with a widebody kit, the front and rear fenders were dramatically flared to accommodate extra-wide BBS wheels and tires. The pop up headlights were binned in favor of driving lights behind amber covers, much like the contemporary 512 Berlinetta Boxer. Headlamps were relocated to the grille below the bumper, and a deep chin spoiler was fitted, while a custom grille was fabricated for the rear. The resulting re-styling is not unlike a Boxer or 288GTO, though the similarities end with the silhouette, this is a Barris Kustom, after all! With body modifications complete, the 308 was then refinished in an unmistakably Barris-esque two-tone color scheme. Metallic gold upper panels and metallic copper lower panels are separated by green, white and red stripes around the lower beltline. Real gold leaf pinstriping adorns the upper bodywork and ties in the gold-finished BBS RS alloy wheels. Never one for subtleties, this 308 is quintessentially George Barris. George didn’t hold back when it came to the interior, either. His touches are everywhere you look, from the re-upholstered seats that continue the Italian flag motif, to the fully custom digital instrument pod and center console. Period high-tech bits include an integrated NEC telephone, Sony television, Kenwood audio system, and back up camera. Gold plating adorns the spokes on the Nardi steering wheel and much of the switchgear and interior hardware. After completion, Barris’ 308 made a cameo appearance on Knight Rider as the “Dagger D-X”, an aptly named ride for a T.V. villain and adversary for Michael Knight. Importantly, the quality and value of this car go beyond its history. Mechanically, this is a very sound and usable carbureted 308 GTS with just 8,000 miles from new. It has been very well kept over the years and it presents in great condition, mechanically as well as cosmetically. Barris’ quality workmanship is reflected in the fact that the car has survived so very well over the years. While the television history is certainly an interesting aside, the true significance of this automobile lays in the fact that this was George Barris’ personal car, designed and built by the man himself; a man that was one of the most influential players in the intersection of the Hot Rod and American popular culture.
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Information 1978 FERRARI 308 GTB (ROSSO RED) Manual Rosso Red Coachwork Black Leather Interior Cassette Stereo Air Condition Electric Windows 14" Alloy Wheels Original Handbook and Service Book Full service Service History Interested In Vehicle Print Vehicle Details Back To Index
Ferrari 308 GTS, 1982, red with black, 73,000 miles, full service history, recent big service including cambelts and refurb at Emblem Sports Cars, speedline factory wheels, deep front spoiler, stainless steel sports exhaust. Superb little 308 ready to use. £67,995
POA The 308 replaced the 246 Dino in 1975 as Ferrari’s mid engine sports car. It was in production until 1985 when superseded by the 328 which was the last car of this iconic shape. Designed by Leonardo Fioravanti of Pininfarina (who was also responsible for the Ferrari Daytona) it was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1975 and still today it is recognised as one of Ferrari’s most celebrated shapes. Fitted with Bosch K-Jetronic mechanical fuel injection the 308 GTSi, produced 235 hp slightly less than the earlier carburettor cars. Decreasing emissions was a necessary requirement as regulations changed worldwide, especially the larges market in the USA. The 2.9Ltr V8 engine was coupled with a 5 speed all synchromesh gearbox propelling the car to in excess of 155 MPH with 0-60 times of 7.8 seconds. Greater performance is possible by removing the energy sapping catalytic converters and returning the car to European specification, which we are doing. This car, notable with its removable hard top, was made famous, not just by its track prowess but by the US TV detective series Magnum P.I. as driven by Tom Selleck, who had a number of the evolving models including the GTSi in the TV
1977 Ferrari 308 GTB Coupe Chassis no.21441 UK road reg.RHD converted to a race car around 1997 and twice winner of the Pirelli Maranello Ferrari Challenge, the FOC Hillclimb Championship, the Mario Andretti Cup, the Sir Anthony Bamford Cup, The Targa Stradale Cup, plus many class wins in 2008 Oulton Park Pirelli Classic 3.rd , Mallory Park Sports GT 1 st. Spa Francorchamps Classic 3rd. In 2009 it was campaigned by Paul Unsworth in 2009 in the Pirelli Ferrari Formula Classic and the Classic Sports Car Club Future Classic and features in Classic and Sports Car article Horses and Courses Feb. 2010 issue. SPECIFICATION: ENGINE 3 litre v8 dry sump, 4 Webber carbs high com pistons Ansa exhaust larger radiator cambelts August 2009 plus headgaskets replaced by Damax Eng. cost £3,832
This Ferrari 308 GTB Group B chassis no. is 18869 is the first of the only four Ferrari 308 GTB Group B built by Michelotto. Â The car was completed in February 1983 for the Pro Motor Sport team in Italy. This Ferrari 308 GTB Group B is considered as a "prototype" and the only one on the four cars with a two valves engine and a fiberglass body. This car has an extremely interesting racing history, including: 1983 1st of the Sicilian Rally Championship 1984 1st of the Spanish Rally Championship 1984 3rd at the Targa Florio
Enzo Ferrari’s first son, Alfredino “Dino” Ferrari was a shining star in his father’s eyes. In in early twenties, he was headed for promising career as an engineer and businessman, poised to take over his father’s motoring empire and contine the Ferrari legacy through the next generation. Dino rapidly gained experience working alongside some of the greatest engineers in history such as Vittorio Jano and Gioacchino Colombo. Dino is credited with the concept of the big-bore 4-cylinder 750 Monza which spawned several other variants and proved to be a successful endurance racer. The 4-cylinder cars relied on their prodigious torque, light weight and understressed nature to bring home the gold for Ferrari when the more rapid but fragile V12s failed. While Enzo was a traditionally stubborn man, he often listened when his son spoke and Dino had convinced his father of the merits of a compact V6 both in competition and for the road. Sadly, Dino became ill and passed away at only 24 and the world never got to see his full potential. In the young man’s honor, the jewel-like 2.0 liter DOHC V6 he inspired was the first to be fitted to a mid-engine production Ferrari. Technically, the car was not officially badged as a Ferrari but it was the real deal in all but its official name. Perhaps in the ultimate tribute to his son, Enzo named the car Dino and living up to the younger Ferrari’s dream, the car spawned an unbroken line of mid-engine V8-powered cars that became the company’s lifeblood through to this day. The first successor to the Dino, the 308, grew in size, gained two cylinders and finally earned a Ferrari badge. The 308 GTB/GTS became the company’s most successful model to date, selling more than 12,000 examples over a 10 year production span. As with the Dino 246 before it, the 308 was offered as a GTB “Berlinetta” coupe or a GTS with a removable targa roof. The 3.0 liter four-cam V8 debuted with four downdraught Weber carburetors, gaining fuel injection on later models. Carbureted 308s are sought after for their raw, guttural nature and fabulous soundtrack. The chassis is also a delight – with light, direct steering, kart-like handling and the tactile gaited shifter, it is a proper driver’s car. As the volume leader for so many years, the 308 found itself at the bottom of the collectability scale, and as a result a great many suffered from poor maintenance. Today, properly maintained 308s are highly sought after and the model is enjoying a well-deserved renaissance along with a corresponding jump in value and collectability. This tidy 1979 308 GTB is the most desirable of the 308 series, the fixed roof carbureted car and comes to us from a long-term knowledgeable enthusiast. It shows approximately 81,000 miles, which to the uninitiated may seem high, but it is often the case that often cars that are regularly exercised perform better, and reward with greater reliability than those that sit unused. This example was regularly exercised and regularly maintained and it presents very well, indeed. Finished in classic Rosso Chiaro over black leather, the body is straight and attractive with very good paint and correct detailing. The panel fit is very good, and the undercarriage is tidy and clean. The vulnerable front spoiler is in very good condition, showing no cracks or curb damage. It wears correct original bumpers, mirrors and signature 5-spoke alloy wheels. The wheels are in good condition and are fitted with an excellent set of Pirelli P4000 tires, while the spare wheel still wears an original Michelin. The black interior is in very good order with excellent leather seats, tidy black carpeting and a very good dash that shows no shrinking or cracks. The correct original steering wheel, instruments and switchgear are all in very good order and the only deviation from factory is the fitment of an aftermarket radio. Door panels and console trim are similarly very neat and tidy. Behind the seats rests the sweet, revvy four-cam 3.0 liter V8 engine and 5-speed transaxle. The engine has recently been serviced with new belts and other necessary work, and the engine bay is orderly, clean and correct. Of course, with use comes maintenance and this example has certainly not been neglected. Recent service records will be included in the sale, as well as original books, manuals and tools. Even without the service records, it is clearly evident this has been a very well maintained example. Regular use ensures the chassis, brakes and suspension work well and the car feels excellent on the road. Much like an old baseball glove or a vintage guitar, a classic Ferrari will only feel better with every use. For the enthusiast who wants one of the all-time great driver’s sports cars they can actually drive, look no further than this excellent 308GTB. .
A well known car within the Ferrari Owner's Club racing circles. First campaigned in 1999 in the Pirelli Ferrari hill climb Championship the car also went on to compete in the Formula classic racing series. The car is currently in fast road specification and offer great potential for competition. Recent major service and preparation works carried out at our workshops. Please call for full details.
Specifications Year of manufacture: 13/05/1983 Chassis number: ZFFLA13B000046129 Exterior color: Rosso Corsa Interior color: Black leather Mileage: 79 800Km HP: 240cv Engine displacement: 2926 cm3 Gearbox: Manual Service book: Yes Delivery country: Switzerland History and maintenance The 308 is a magnificent and timeless vehicle with side air intake which is the most beautiful design detail and a nice reference to Dino. This vehicle shows only 79 800 km from new and was delivered to its first owner on May 1983. It has its original maintenance book and original manuals. This 308 is matching color and matching numbers, servicing has just been completed including changing the timing belt, air conditioner and alternator belts, spark plug, water pump and complete renovation of front and rear axles. Warranty The vehicle will be sold revised and guaranteed 3 months or 5000 Km Price 109 900 euros Find us and contact us Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / +334 79 88 66 36 – Jérôme Millias +337 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans France Opening hours From Monday to Friday, 8am to 12am and 2pm to 7pm Saturday and Sunday on appointment http://jeanlainvintage.com/nos-vehicules/vehicules-a-vendre/
Fitted with a dry sumped 380 bhp engine on throttle bodies, which was rebuilt by Shiltech approximately 300 miles ago. Excellent bodywork, with composite doors and rear section. Properly sorted suspension, with modified suspension pick up points and wider split rim wheels. Full cage, race seats/belts and plumbed in extinguisher. Complete with its original wheels and a second set of race rims with slicks. Many thousands have been spent developing this superb and versatile car. Fully road legal and ideal for race, speed or tour events across Europe.
The GTB Vetroresina is the most desirable version of Ferrari's iconic 308. Only 808 of these early glassfibre bodied cars were produced, of which fewer than 200 were UK right hand drive. This stunning example is finished in Rosso Corsa and has Nero trim with Rosso inserts. It has a comprehensive history file with invoices dating back to 1977, and every MOT certificate from 1981 to the present day. Currently sitting on 16" alloys with new P7 tyres, the original 14" wheels and a fitted cover are included, as are most of the original books and handbooks in the leather document wallet. This rare example will be sold fresh from a full cambelt service and is sure to appreciate.
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