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Ferrari 308 GTB and GTS: Buying guide and review (1975-1985)

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One of the things that used to define Ferraris was their beautiful, lithe lines, full of subtle curves and with little in the way of aggression. Arguably one of the most beautiful of all was the 308 GTB and its open-topped sibling the 308 GTS. 
 
Introduced to replace the 246 GT and 246 GTS, the 308 GTB was Ferrari’s first mid-engined V8-powered two-seater, following on from the 308 GT4 2+2. While the 246 carried Dino badges rather than the revered prancing horse, the 308 was the real deal – in every sense. 
 
Drive a 308 today, and you’ll soon realise this car is worth every penny of its increasingly stiff asking price. Why are the prices so high? As the earlier Dinos now regularly sell for more than £500k in perfect condition, many look to the 308 as the next best thing – and in many ways it’s even more appealing.
 
While the 246 can hardly be accused of being lacking aesthetically, the 308 looked even more gorgeous, with its sleeker proportions and more modern wedge shape. But what really sets the 308 apart from its predecessor is that 3.0-litre V8, which sends a tingle down your spine as you approach the 7700rpm red line. Sadly, many owners never drive their cars hard enough to experience this, but if you buy a 308 it’ll be hard to resist sampling this on a regular basis. 
 
Which one to buy?
 
The glassfibre cars, often referred to as GRP or in its native language ‘vetroresina’, are sought after because they’re the first of the breed, and also because their lightness means added agility – and of course there’s the added bonus that the well-built plastic bodyshell doesn’t corrode.
 
Most 308 derivatives have their devotees, but if there’s an orphan in the family it’s the original fuel-injected model with its miserly 214bhp engine. Early steel cars with carbs are perhaps the easiest to find in the UK, although it’s perhaps the later fuel-injected QV models that offer the best compromise of usability and performance. 
 
One other possible option to consider is the later 328. Although not specifically covered in this guide (read the full Ferrari 328 buying guide here), the 328 is a considerably quicker car, with a number of changes that improve the driving experience. The 328 lacks the slightly more delicate looks of the early 308, but it’s still a very handsome car. 
 
The 308 GTS outsold its GTB sibling by around four to one, so if you want a closed car you’ll have to look that bit harder to find your perfect specimen. The GTS looks great and allows you to get closer to nature, but the bodyshell is less stiff and as a result you’ll feel some scuttle shake on rough roads. 
 
Perhaps the over-arching thing to bear in mind though is how rare these cars are – they’re far less common than you might think. In production for a full decade, there were just 12,143 examples of the 308 GTB and GTS built, of which a mere 965 came to the UK in right-hand drive form. By far the most numerous are the steel-bodied, carburetted cars, but you’ll still have to look to find exactly the right car for you. And when you find it, you’ll discover it was worth every penny. 
 
Performance and spec
 
Engine 2926cc, V8
Power 230bhp @ 6600rpm
Torque 203lb ft @ 4600rpm
Top speed 152mph
0-60mph 5.3sec
Fuel consumption 15mpg
Gearbox Five-speed manual
 
Dimensions and weight
 
Wheelbase 2340mm
Length 4230mm
Width 1720mm
Height 1120mm
Kerb weight 1265kg
 
Common problems
 
• The glassfibre body panels of early cars is extremely well made, so problems aren’t guaranteed – although the gel coat can craze and the paint tends to fade more readily. What’s more of a problem is the tubular steel structure which can corrode, while the bulkhead and engine bay panelling are also steel – the bonnet is aluminium. 
 
• When steel panelling was adopted, the floorpans continued to be made of glassfibre. With galvanising not used at all until 1982, you need to scrutinise 308s very closely for corrosion. 
 
• Check everywhere below the swage line, as rust can break out pretty much anywhere – and replacement panels are very costly. However, the 308’s construction means it’s easy to spot corrosion or poor repairs, as long as you put the car onto some ramps. Home in on the outriggers, which are the areas most likely to have decayed. 
 
• Scrutinise the wheelarch lips, the windscreen surround and the sills along with the headlamp pod cavities, front valance and the spare wheel well. Also check the bonnet for distortion; its stay seizes up, and some ham-fisted owners then force the panel shut. 
 
• Engines are strong, but the cam belts must be replaced every three years or 20,000 miles. Expect to get 120,000 miles out of the V8 between overhauls; cars driven a lot when the engine is cold can halve this – or worse. If the oil pressure drops below 45-55psi, it’s tired and due for some TLC. Camshafts can wear; expect a top-end rebuild to be required after 90,000 miles. 
 
• The five-speed manual gearbox is tough but until it’s warmed up second gear shouldn’t be used. Because it sometimes is, it’s worn second-gear synchro that’s likely to be an issue, so check for baulking as you swap cogs. 
 
• Clutches can wear out in just 6000 miles if abused; it’s possible to get 40,000 miles out of one though. 
 
• Because these cars are often driven hard only briefly, then stood for ages, it’s not unusual for exhaust corrosion to rear its ugly head. The exhaust manifolds can also be problematic; they crack through vibration. Replacing the front one then involves removing the right-hand fuel tank and partially dismantling the suspension, so it’s time consuming. 
 
• A lot of 308s are sitting on tired suspension because the dampers have gradually deteriorated and the owner hasn’t noticed – or they simply haven’t driven the car enough. 
 
• Evidence of plenty of maintenance (and expenditure) with a marque specialist is essential. But just because much money has already been spent, you can’t assume that further significant expenditure won’t be needed. 
 
• Make sure that the mileage is correct, as it’s easy to disconnect the speedometer. Go through the service history and make sure the mileage hasn’t been altered. 
 
• The alloy wheels may need some refurbishment. If you’re lucky it’ll just be the lacquer peeling, but the alloy can go porous, especially where earlier cars are concerned. 
 
Model history 
 
1975: 308 GTB replaces 246 GT, using the same transverse 2926cc V8 as in the 308 GT4; it gives 230bhp. These first 712 cars have a glassfibre bodyshell, built by Scaglietti; 154 are right-hand drive. 
1977: There’s now a steel bodyshell in place of the previous plastic item, and the targa-topped 308 GTS is introduced. 
1980: The 308 gets Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection to become the 308 GTBi and GTSi – with power dropping to just 214bhp in the process. 
1982: The adoption of 16-valve cylinder heads increases power to 240bhp, with the car becoming the 308 QV (quattrovalvole) in the process. Build quality improves dramatically. 
1985: The 328 replaces the 308, in both GTB and GTS forms. 
 
Owners clubs, forums and websites
 
• www.ferrariownersclub.co.uk - UK-based Ferrari owners’ club
• www.fcars.co.uk - Club Scuderia Ferrari Forum
• www.ferrariownersclub.org - USA-based Ferrari owners’ club
 
Summary and prices
 
The the earliest fibreglass examples are the most sought after, and with just 712 built they are among the rarest. Top examples will fetch in excess of £175,000 today, with less tidy cars coming in somewhere between £110,000-£150,000 If you’re really lucky, you might even find a restoration project for £70,000. 
 
Offering by far the best value are the early steel-bodied. The carb-fed examples are slightly more prized due to 40 more bhp than the later fuel injected cars, while the later QV offers the reliability and power of both. Projects start from £30,000, with nicer examples fetching between £60,000-£70,000. Top examples can command upwards of £90,000 today. 
 
Words: Richard Dredge
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Last updated: 24th Feb 2016
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  • Ferrari 308 GT4

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    One of our current projects in the workshop is this 1976 308 GT4. We have recently purchased the car after it had been with its previous custodian since 1981. We retrieved it from the back of a cow shed where it had been stored for several years. The car was very original and un-molestered but in need of some refurbishment work. The car has a comprehensive history file and all original books and wallet are complete. A summary of work carried out to date include : Bare metal re spray with fabrication work as required. Engine gear box removed. Major service including valve clearances Engine / gearbox detailed Chassis prepared and painted before engine/gearbox reinstalled Suspension removed and overhauled. Please call for further details.

    • Year: 1976
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    Nick Cartwright
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  • Ferrari 308 GTBi Black '81

    €112,500(£100,305) €112,500(£100,305)

    >>>>> Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Mondays on appointment only. Make sure you scroll down to look at the extensive photo report (100 pictures). Of course, a more detailed description can be obtained by telephone. Contact us: Xavier: 0032 472 40 1338 (NL, FR, DE, EN, IT) info@oldtimerfarm.be Olivier: 0032 473 11 7300 (NL, FR, DE, EN) olivier@oldtimerfarm.be Oldtimerfarm from Aalter would also like to sell your classic car or car collection. For more information, please contact Xavier. Exhibitions where you can find us: 18-20/11/2016 InterClassics Brussel - Belgium 25-27/11/2016 Milano Autoclassica - Italy 17-18/12/2016 Dreamcar International Kortrijk - Belgium 12-15/01/2017 InterClassics Maastricht - The Netherlands 28-29/01/2017 Auto Retro Brugge - Belgium 11-12/02/2017 Flanders Collection Car Gent- Belgium 03-05/03/2017 Antwerp Classic Salon - Belgium

    • Year: 1981
    For sale
  • Ferrari 308 GTB Carter Secco '76

    €165,000(£147,114) €165,000(£147,114)

    The introduction in 1975 of the Gran Tourismo Berlinetta stands the test of time and is still present in the current model range! 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. Specifications >>>>> Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Mondays on appointment only. Make sure you scroll down to look at t

    • Year: 1976
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  • Ferrari 308 GTSi Quattrovalvole Red '84

    €110,000(£98,076) €110,000(£98,076)

    >>>>> Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Mondays on appointment only. Make sure you scroll down to look at the extensive photo report (100 pictures). Of course, a more detailed description can be obtained by telephone. Contact us: Xavier: 0032 472 40 1338 (NL, FR, DE, EN, IT) info@oldtimerfarm.be Olivier: 0032 473 11 7300 (NL, FR, DE, EN) olivier@oldtimerfarm.be Oldtimerfarm from Aalter would also like to sell your classic car or car collection. For more information, please contact Xavier. Exhibitions where you can find us: 18-20/11/2016 InterClassics Brussel - Belgium 25-27/11/2016 Milano Autoclassica - Italy 17-18/12/2016 Dreamcar International Kortrijk - Belgium 12-15/01/2017 InterClassics Maastricht - The Netherlands 28-29/01/2017 Auto Retro Brugge - Belgium 11-12/02/2017 Flanders Collection Car Gent- Belgium 03-05/03/2017 Antwerp Classic Salon - Belgium

    • Year: 1984
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  • 1978 Ferrari 308 GTB

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    The Ferrari 308 GTB was the successor to the Dino 308 GT4. The engine, driveline, suspension, steering and brakes are shared with the GT4, but to style the car, Ferrari returned to Pininfarina rather than partner with Bertone again. The svelte lines penned by Leonardo Fioravanti at Pininfarina remain as alluring today as they were when first revealed in 1975. This particular 308 GTB was built in 1978, originally finished in Argento Auteuil over red Rosso hide. It was repainted in 1986 to its current red Rosso Corsa colour , and was retrimmed in Crema hide with red piping and red carpets. The car has electric windows, air-conditioning and 16-inch, Speedline split-rim alloy wheels. The file that accompanies this superb 308 GTB includes a substantial number of invoices and certificates to authenticate the car’s excellent condition and history, including records of an eight-year period of ownership with the renowned music producer, Pete Waterman. After spending the last four years in Australia, the car returned to the UK in August. It has driven less than 100 miles since its last annual service, and has a documented mileage of 51600 miles from new. Just like its GT4 forebear, the 308 G

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  • Ferrari 308 GTS

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    The Ferrari 308 GTB was the successor to the Dino 308 GT4. Indeed, when the new Ferrari was first spotted testing in Italy, the ‘Prancing Horse’ magazine in the US called the 308 GTB ‘a very new Dino’. While the production car was Ferrari-badged from day one, it shared many of the Dino’s star qualities. The engine, driveline, suspension, steering and brakes are shared with the 308 GT4, but to style the car, Ferrari returned to Pininfarina rather than work with Bertone again. The svelte lines penned by Leonardo Fioravanti at Pininfarina remain as stunning today as they were when first revealed in 1975. In 1977, the Ferrari 308 GTS was introduced, which featured the added benefit of a black targa roof panel that could be easily removed and stowed in the cabin behind the seats. This particular Ferrari 308 GTS is an original right-hand-drive example, first registered in the UK in June 1979. It is presented in red (Rosso Corsa) over beige (Sabbia) hide with Corda carpets, and still has its original and correct shallow front spoiler. The factory specification included air-conditioning and wide wheels. The beautiful interior has outstanding patina with the all-original leather trim; its c

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  • 1977 Ferrari 308 GTB

    $78,500(£64,158.05) $78,500(£64,158.05)

    Chequered Flag International is pleased to offer this 1977 Ferrari 308 GTB in Rosso Corsa with Black leather interior. 32,360 miles. Early production carburetor car with A/C. Has its original smog pump, etc. Very straight body with nice paint that has some weak spots around which I've done my best to show. Very nice interior with good original seats and door panels. Carpets are newer and nice. Headliner is good. Mechanically good and a delight to drive, no smoke on start up, good oil pressure, good power, nice clutch and gearbox with good 2nd syncro, etc. Good brakes and steering. Just returned from comprehensive belt service by the best local independent Ferrari repair - Exotic Performance at our cost of $6,823 (see invoice below). Comes with its original tools, spare and jack. No books or service records. Inspections encouraged. All sales AS-IS. Sales tax and license fees due if delivered in California Visit Chequered Flag International online at chequeredflag.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 310-827-8665 today to schedule your test drive.

    • Year: 1977
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  • 1982 Ferrari 308 GTSi

    $66,500(£54,350.45) $66,500(£54,350.45)

    Chequered Flag International is pleased to offer this 1982 Ferrari 308 GTS in Black with Tan interior. 37,419 miles with clean CARFAX. California car. Owned by last owner since 2000 and 9000 miles. Serviced by Francos European in Van Nuys for the last 16 years (see below for latest service records). Fantastic accident free body with what looks mostly original paint to me. Some micro blisters but really nice overall and great original patina. Interior is superb with virtually no wear on the seats. etc. Mechanically excellent and a delight to drive. Starts up with no smoke, great oil pressure, good power. No oil leak smells, great gearbox with good syncros, nice responsive clutch. Steering and brakes are spot on. Really looks and drives like a low mileage well cared for example should. Comes with its handbook. Full jack bag, spare, full tool kit, inspection light, etc. This is a great honest low mileage 308 that's not Red and priced fairly. Inspections encouraged. All sales AS-IS. Sales tax and license fees due if delivered in California. Visit Chequered Flag International online at chequeredflag.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 310-827-8665 today to schedule yo

    • Year: 1982
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  • Ferrari 308 GTS LHD

    £59,995 £59,995

    About this Ferrari 308 GTS LHD Perhaps one of the most recognisable designs ever penned for Ferrari by Pininfarina is that of the 308 GTB which was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1975; the 308 was an instant hit and it came to define late '70s and early '80s sports cars. The power-plant was a transversely mounted V8 of a 90 degree configuration, with belt-driven twin overhead camshafts. Suspension was all-independent. At the 1977 Frankfurt Motor Show the Targa topped 308 GTS was introduced. All GTS's used a wet sump engine and were steel-bodied and featured a removable roof panel with grained satin black finish, which can be stowed behind the seats when not in use. In 1980 Bosch K-Jetronic mechanical fuel injection was added and coupled to a Marelli MED 803A Digiplex electronic ignition system, incorporating a coil, distributor and ignition module for each bank of cylinders. These modified engines produced 211 bhp, whilst the whole car weighed in at just under 1,300 kilos Our example presented in Rosso Red with Beige leather was first registered in Milan Italy in September 1981. In September 2014 the car was imported into the UK having been acquired from a specialist dealer

    • Mileage: 42300 mi
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  • 1979 Ferrari 308 GTB Coupe

    $74,500(£60,888.85) $74,500(£60,888.85)

    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. .

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  • 1976 Ferrari 308 GT4 Dino

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    The 308 GT4 was a ground-breaking model for Ferrari in several ways; it was the first production Ferrari to feature the mid-engined V8 layout that would become the bulk of the company's business in subsequent decades and was the first production Ferrari to feature Bertone (rather than Pininfarina) bodywork. The GT4 was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in November 1973 and featured angular lines entirely different from its curvaceous two-seater brother, the Dino 246. The styling was controversial at the time with some journalists comparing it to the Bertone-designed Lancia Stratos and Lamborghini Urraco. It finally gained the 'Prancing Horse' badge in May 1976 which replaced the Dino badges on the bonnet, wheels, and the steering wheel. The chassis was based on the Dino 246 but was stretched to make room for the second row of seats. The overall cockpit design was considered futuristic matching by external wind-cheating bodywork. The desirability of these Ferraris are quietly ballooning with prices, quite rightly, following suit. Supplied new by H.R. Owen in South Kensington on 8th June 1976 and with just four former keeper recorded from new, this increasingly collectable Ferrari i

    • Year: 2016
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  • Ferrari 308 3,0 GTB

    €128,300(£114,392.28) €128,300(£114,392.28)

    Ferrari 308 3,0 GTB Equipment: Original Europæisk bil Meget sjælden Tør Sump model Samler objekt Ekstrem fin stand skal ses og opleves ring for info

    • Year: 1979
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  • Ferrari 308 3,0 GTB

    €134,500(£119,920.20) €134,500(£119,920.20)

    Ferrari 308 3,0 GTB Equipment: Ekstrem fin stand Europæisk spec Fuld Historie renoveret motor her er der tale om the real deal ring for info bilen er på Danske plader

    • Year: 1977
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  • Ferrari 308 GTB

    £69,995 £69,995

    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. Please call for full details.

    • Year: 1977
    For sale
  • Ferrari 308

    €174,900(£155,940.84) €174,900(£155,940.84)

    Caractéristiques Année du Modèle : 1979 Date de livraison : Octobre 1979 N° Châssis : 29331 Couleur extérieure : Blu Sera Couleur intérieure : Pelle Beige Kilométrage : 55 640 Km CV DIN : 255cv CV fiscaux : 17 CV Cylindrée : 2926 cm3 Boîte de vitesses : Manuelle Carnet : Oui Origine du modèle : France – Charles Pozzi Historique et entretien Compacte, basse et effilée, la ligne de la 308 est intemporelle. Nombreux sont les détails stylistiques rappelant l’affiliation avec la Dino, la prise d’air latérale étant l’un des plus beaux détails. Ce véhicule, d’origine Française, affiche 55 640 Km d’origine délivré à son premier propriétaire en Octobre 1979. Cette auto a fait l’objet d’une longue restauration et elle est Classiche Ferrari. Elle est entièrement matching numbers et color et est munie de son carnet d’origine tamponné ainsi que de ses différents manuels d’origine. Garantie du véhicule Le véhicule sera vendu révisé et garanti 3 mois ou 5000kms Prix 174 900 euros Lien de l’annonce http://www.jeanlainvintage.com/vehicule/ferrari-308-gts/ Nous trouver et nous contacter Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / 04 79 88 66 36 – Jérôme Millias 07 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans Jean Lain Vintage – Atelier de restauration et d’entretien / 04 50 84 21 80 9 Rue de la Californie 74 100 Ville-la-Grand info@jeanlainvintage.com http://jeanlainvintage.com/ Nos horaires Du Lundi au Samedi, de 8h00 à 12h00 et de 14h00 à 18h30 ************************************************************************************* Specifications Year of manufacture: 1979 Chassis number: 29331 Exterior color: Blu Sera Interior color: Pelle Beige Mileage: 55 640 Km HP: 255cv Engine displacement: 2926 cm3 Gearbox: Manual Service book: Yes Delivery country: France – Charles Pozzi 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 56 640 km from new and was delivered to its first owner on October 1979 in France by Charles Pozzi. This beautiful 308 has been fully restored and has its original maintenance book and original manuals. We have the famous Classiche Ferrari which show us all details all of the car. Matching color and matching numbers. Warranty The vehicle will be sold revised and guaranteed 3 months or 5000 Km Price 174 900 euros Ad link http://www.jeanlainvintage.com/vehicule/ferrari-308-gts/ 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 Jean Lain Vintage – Workshop and restoration / +334 50 84 21 80 9 Rue de la Californie 74 100 Ville-la-Grand France info@jeanlainvintage.com http://jeanlainvintage.com/ Opening hours From Monday to Saturday, 8am to 12am and 2pm to 6.30pm

    • Year: pre 1900
    • Mileage: 55640 mi
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  • Ferrari 308

    €119,000(£106,100.40) €119,000(£106,100.40)

    Caractéristiques Année du Modèle : 1983 1ère mise circulation : 13/05/1983 N° Châssis : ZFFLA13B000046129 Couleur extérieure : Rosso Corsa Couleur intérieure : Cuir noir Kilométrage : 77 515 Km CV DIN : 240cv CV fiscaux : 17 CV Cylindrée : 2926 cm3 Boîte de vitesses : Manuelle Carnet : Oui Origine du modèle : Suisse Historique et entretien Compacte, basse et effilée, la ligne de la 308 GTB est intemporelle. Ce véhicule, d’origine Suisse, affiche 77 515 km d’origine et a été délivré à son premier propriétaire le 13 Mai 1983. Elle est entièrement matching numbers et color et est munie de son carnet d’origine tamponné et de ses différents manuels d’origine. Le véhicule vient d’être révisé avec notamment le changement des courroies de distribution, d’alternateur, de pompe à eau et de climatisation, des faisceaux et bougies d’allumage ainsi que de la vidange du moteur, de la boîte et du circuit de refroidissement. De plus, le véhicule vient d’avoir une réfection complète des demi-trains avant et arrière. Garantie du véhicule Le véhicule sera vendu révisé et garanti 3 mois ou 5000kms Prix 119 000 euros Nous trouver et nous contacter Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / 04 79 88 66 36 – Jérôme Millias 07 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans Nos horaires Du Lundi au Samedi, de 8h00 à 12h00 et de 14h00 à 18h30 http://jeanlainvintage.com/nos-vehicules/vehicules-a-vendre/ *************************************************************************************** Specifications Year of manufacture: 13/05/1983 Chassis number: ZFFLA13B000046129 Exterior color: Rosso Corsa Interior color: Black leather Mileage: 77 515 Km 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 77 515 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 119 000 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 Saturday, 8am to 12am and 2pm to 6.30pm http://jeanlainvintage.com/nos-vehicules/vehicules-a-vendre/

    • Year: 1983
    • Mileage: 77515 mi
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  • Ferrari 308 GTS QV

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    Ferrari 308 GTS QV, 1985, one of the last 308 GTS’s produced, 70,000 miles with full-service history, recent cambelt service, deep front spoiler, rear spoiler, magnolia hide with red piping, TRX tyres, all books, wallet & tools, tonneau cover. Superb condition – £91,995.

    • Year: 1985
    • Mileage: 70000 mi
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  • Ferrari 308 GTB RHD

    £175,000 £175,000

    MILEAGE: 16,900 miles TRANSMISSION: Five-speed, manual ENGINE: 2,926cc V eight-cylinder, petrol Ordered by Maranello Concessionaires Limited on order no #F/026, dated 1/12/75. #19355 was specified with a Rosso chiaro (20-R-190) exterior, a Nero (VM8500) leather interior, air-conditioning, wiring for fitment of a radio and loudspeakers. Dispatched from Maranello on 2/7/76, the second RHD chassis of just one hundred-and-fifty-four 308GTB Fibreglass, delivered to global markets, from an approximate total production of seven-hundred-and-twelve examples (first chassis #18677 and last #21289) Ownership history: 01/8/76 Delivered via Maranello Concessionaires Limited and Grassicks Garage Limited of Perth, Scotland to first registered owners, Pressac Limited of Long Eaton Nottinghamshire and John Wagstaff Esq, registered #98PF. Owned and maintained for fourteen years 26/4/90 V5C re-named to John Wagstaff, Derbyshire 4/10/90 Purchased by David Boland, Edinburgh when the mileage was 8,800 miles (letter from previous owner on file) and re-registered #DFC942R. 20/10/11 Sold to Ms S Porter, West Sussex 2013 Owned by Robert Barrie, London SW11 21/03/13 Purchased by current keeper Service history

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  • 1985 Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole

    $74,500(£60,888.85) $74,500(£60,888.85)

    1985 Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole s/n ZFFUA13A8F0053693 Rosso Corsa with Tan Interior As a follow-up to the Bertone-designed 308 Dino GT4, the 2-seat 308 was a Pininfarina design, which, thanks to its shorter wheelbase, permitted more conventional proportions. In its time, the styling was dramatic, exotic, and beautiful, creating an iconic identity for Ferraris that laid the foundation for today’s exotics. Certainly it helped that the car had plenty of TV and movie screen time, and much like the 930 did for Porsche, shaped the mainstream public’s perception of what a Ferrari is. On the technical side, the car continued along the GT4’s path, including transversely mounted quad cam 3.0 liter V8 (technically 2.9 liters at 2926cc), initially carbureted, then fuel-injected (which resulted in lower emissions but a significant power drop from 240hp to 202hp in US cars), and finally with 4-valve heads starting in 1982. This change brought back the power lost from the earlier switch to fuel-injection. At the same time, 16-inch wheels were standardized and a host of other detail changes implemented, creating the ultimate version of the 308. Long considered the budget Ferrari, these cars ar

    • Year: 1985
    • Mileage: 43957 mi
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  • Ferrari 308 GTS RHD

    £84,995 £84,995

    Make: Ferrari Model: 308 GTS First Registered: 14/08/1978 Mileage: 87,265 Previous Owners: 9 Engine: 3.0 Ltr V8 Transmission: Manual Paint Colour: Giallo Fly Yellow Trim Colour: Nero Leather Carpet Colour: Black Doors: 2 Seats: 2 MOT: TBA TAX: TBA HPI: Clear Warranty: 3 Month Cover Included - Upgrades Available

    • Year: 1978
    • Mileage: 87265 mi
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  • 1981 Ferrari 308GTSi

    $49,500(£40,456.35) $49,500(£40,456.35)

    This 1981 Ferrari 308GTSI is an excellent original driver. Rosso Rubino with black leather interior. It has an a fter-market turbo installed. The car has 45k miles and had it's timing belt done 6 yrs ago. A very solid and straight car and a great buy at just $49,500

    • Year: 1981
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  • Ferrari 308 GTS

    £76,950 £76,950

    The Ferrari 308 GTB was launched at the Paris Motor Show in 1975 as a direct replacement for the Dino 246. Designed by Pininfarina with sweeping curves and aggressive lines the 308 has gone on to become one of the most recognized Ferrari’s of all time. In 1977 the Ferrari 308 GTS was introduced which featured the added benefit of a Black Targa roof panel that could be easily removed and stowed in the cabin behind the seats. Made famous by the TV series “Magnum PI” Fitted with a 2.9 litre DOHC V8 engine with four Webber carburetors that produced 255bhp the 308 went from 0 to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 159 mph. The Ferrari 308 GTS offered here at Hofmanns is 1981 “W plate” finished in Rosso Corsa with Crema leather interior. Having covered a mere 42,730 miles this stunning example was initially supplied through Cooper Leicester and boasts a comprehensive service history the most recant having been carried out by SB Race Engineering at 42,384 miles in December 2016. Specification highlights include; Air conditioning, Driving lamps, 14” Correct alloy wheels and Electric windows. Prior to the new owner taking delivery the car will go through a comprehensive pre sales

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  • 1979 Ferrari 308GTS

    $67,500(£55,167.75) $67,500(£55,167.75)

    This 1979 308GTS is a very collectible carbureted example. It wears a beautiful color combination blue with tan leather interior. It also has only 48k miles from new and is a superb driver. An excellent original car for only $67,500

    • Year: 1979
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  • 1978 Ferrari 308GTS

    $59,500(£48,629.35) $59,500(£48,629.35)

    This 1978 308GTS is a very desirable carbureted example. Red with tan leather interior. A very honest and original car with 51k miles. It runs and drives but could use servicing. Excellent investment potential. For just $59,500

    • Year: 1978
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  • Ferrari 308 QV GTS Manual

    £54,995 £54,995

    Make: Ferrari Model: 308 GTS QV First Registered: 17.10.1983 (A) Mileage: 112,350 Miles Previous Owners: 4 Engine: 3.0 Ltr V8 Transmission: Manual Paint Colour: Rosso Corsa Trim Colour: Crema Leather Carpet Colour: Burgundy Doors: 2 Seats: 2 MOT: TBA TAX: TBA HPI: Clear Warranty: 3 Month Cover Included - Upgrades Available

    • Year: 1983
    • Mileage: 112350 mi
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  • Ferrari 308 GTSi

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    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

    • Year: 1980
    • Mileage: 77500 mi
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