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The Ferrari 308 was produced from 1975 to 1985, replacing the Ferrari Dino 246 and followed by the Ferrari 328 in 1985. A Ferrari 308 GTS version was introduced in 1977 with a targa top. The Ferrari 308 GTB (B for Berlinetta) and GTS (S for Spyder) were 2-seater, mid-engine sports cars designed by Fioravanti at Pininfarina, who also worked on the famous Daytona, Dino and Berlinetta Boxer. Built by Carrozzeria Scaglietti, the first models were made with glass-reinforced plastic bodywork, making the car extra light with a weight of 2,315 lb. In June 1977, the fabrication switched to steel, which made the car heavier by an additional weight of 331 lb. The Ferrari 308 GTS models have conventional wet-sump engine whereas the GTB models have dry sump lubrication engine until 1981 in all European models. Multiple variants for the Ferrari 308 models came along such as the GTBi/GTSi and the latter quattrovalvole. In 1980, a Bosch fuel injection system was added to the 308 GTBi & GTSi with reduced power to 214 hp but decreased the emission rate. After two years of engineer work, the Quattrovalvole version restored the performance to 240 hp thanks to 4-valves per cylinders.
A little over 12,000 examples of Ferrari 308 were produced, all models together. If youre still gathering information on which model is the right fit for you, explore the different versions of Ferrari 308 to understand their differences. The Beverly Hills Car Club would be delighted to help you find the perfect example. Go for an example that has as many additional features as you can afford, as it will definitely increase the value of the classic down the road. Make sure to check all the documents featuring the options and upgrades if youre looking at a particular example. A Ferrari classic expert will be able to tell you exactly what an example is worth according to the vehicles condition and paperwork.
Contact The Beverly Hills Car Club if youre seeking valuable information on different features and specifications of any Ferrari 308 models. The professionals will be happy to help you in your classic car research and look forward to hearing from you soon!
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You can safely buy and sell a Ferrari 308 GTB Vetroresina — as long as you use a reliable car dealership. Make sure you know any faults in the fiberglass Ferrari you’re trading and that you’re getting a fair price.
There’s nothing quite like a classic Ferrari: luxury, quality, and history all rolled into one. Whether you’re just browsing or seriously looking to buy or sell Ferrari 308, follow our top tips. This guide can help to make sure you’re getting the best value for money, and you’ll have a great experience.
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