1981 Ferrari 308 GTSi

  • Price
    56 990 EUR
  • Model
    Ferrari 308 GTSi
  • Year
    1981 January
  • Condition
    Used
  • Body Type
    Coupe
  • Fuel Type
    Petrol
  • Power
    153 kw (208 hp)
  • Mileage
    151,037 km
  • Address
    Hradec Kralove, Czechia
  • Country
  • Published
    about 1 year
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  • ID
    #31124
  • VIN
    ZFFAA02A5B0036357
  • Color
    Red
  • Metallic
    No
  • Engine
    2.927 ccm, 208 PS V8
  • Engine Number
    N/A
  • Chassis Number
    N/A
  • Gearbox
    Manual
  • Steering Wheel
    LHD
  • Drive Wheels
    RWD
  • 1st Reg. Country
    United States of America
  • Doors
    2/3
  • Interior Color
    Beige

Description

Buy in aftersale at auctomobile.com for €56.990
Californian example
Service history
Ferrari booklet including service book
10/2020 serviced at Ferrari
Complete check with the timing belts done (ca. 4.000 EUR)
British registration documents, ready to be registered
Other features: possibility of assisting with transport, storage and Trusted Checkout payment

The Ferrari 308 GTB was unveiled at the Paris Show in 1975. Ferrari returned to Pininfarina for the 308 GTB's styling, and this two-seat, mid-engine coupe sat on a chassis with a wheelbase that was eight inches shorter than the GT4 upon which it was based.

Production started with the GTB Berlinetta in 1976, with the 308 GTS Targa variant being introduced in 1977. The first 308s Ferrari built wore fiberglass bodies before the company switched to steel. In all, just over 12,000 308s were produced from 1976 to 1985.

These 3-liter, V-8 powered 1980s icons represent an excellent way to enter into Ferrari ownership due to their relative affordability and ease of ownership. The 308 GTBi and GTSi variants from 1980 to 1982 saw Bosch fuel injection replace the previous generations' Weber carburetors.

Ferrari 308s can be great fun to own and drive, provided you follow a preventative schedule of maintenance that includes the timing belts every three to five years. It also wise to avoid cars with rust, as this can be costly to fix.

This Californian example was imported to UK in 2016 and is in the Czech Republic since 2018. It has a complete service history, Ferrari booklet and the service book. It is ready to be registred based on the UK registration documents.

The car had a complete check at a Ferrari service this month for ca. 4.000 EUR. The timing belts were done, new wheel bearings, new chassis mounting, new timing belts pulleys (aluminium ones instead of the original problematic plastic ones).

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