Ferrari 308
£149,994
GTS Quattrovalvole, 7500 MILES FROM NEW
Manual
transmission
Reg: 308GTS
registration
2926cc Engine
engine size
7,487 Miles
mileage
Convertible
body style
Petrol
fuel type
2 Doors
doors
Red
colour
1983
year
£149,994
price
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Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole, 7500 MILES FROM NEW for £149,994

Description
1983 FERRARI EU Specification 308 GTSi QuattrovalvoleDesign by Pininfarina2,926cc DOHC V8 Engine5-Speed Manual Transaxle4-Wheel Independent Suspension4-Wheel Disc Brakes*Stunning Rosso Corsa over Nero interior*Highly sought after Quattrovalvole model*Factory Air Conditioning*Single family ownership between 1986 and 2015*A very low mileage and exceptionally well cared for example of Ferrari's classic 308*Offered with books, both keys and tools*Cromodora wheelsTHE FERRARI 308Ferrari's line of highly successful V8-engined road cars began with the 308 GT4 of 1973. Originally badged as a 'Dino', the all-new 308 GT4 2+2 superseded the 246 Dino V6. The Dino’s Bertone penned lines were not universally praised with a slightly less-than-graceful design but the powertrain certainly was. With a 3 litre quad-cam V8 engine mounted transversely amidships it’s performance was not to be sniffed at and was subsequently carried over to it’s Pininfarina designed successor, the 308 GTB.Originally unveiled at the Paris Auto Salon in 1975, the 308 GTB marked a return to Pininfarina design following the Bertone styled 308 GT4. Dropping the Dino name of the GT4 in favour of the ‘full fat’ Ferrari badge, the 308 GTB had changed little underneath with the exception of a reduction in both length and weight and most importantly retained its predecessor’s glorious 3 litre quad-cam V8 that now featured dry-sump lubrication. Produced initially with fiberglass bodywork, the 308GTB used a steel