The Ferrari 308 GT4 is the precursor to every mid-engined V8 Ferrari up to the current 458 Italia. Bertone’s bold, angular car was the successor to Pininfarina’s svelte Ferrari Dino 246 GT, and with a transverse-mounted engine, the design allowed for a 2+2 seating layout. Ferrari’s 308 GT4 is a wonderful car to drive, with a flexible 3.0-litre Ferrari V8 and fully independent suspension, which allows for fast, relaxed and comfortable progress. This particular Ferrari 308 GT4 - chassis s/n 13872 - is a lovely example, finished in red (Rosso Corsa), with black (Nero) hide, navy blue velour seat centres and black carpets. The Ferrari also has its original Philips Turnolock radio/cassette stereo, air-conditioning, electric windows and correct 14-inch Cromodora alloy wheels. This Ferrari 308 GT4 was first registered on 22 November 1977 to a property planning company in Southwark, London, believed to be kept in the possession of one of the company directors. In February 1982 the Ferrari was sold on to a private owner in Brockenhurst, Hampshire. By this time the 308 GT4 had been enjoyed regularly, with the odometer recording around 55000 miles from new. The dates and mileages of the servi
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