Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole

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  • Stylish and discreet original colour scheme: Grigio Ferro metallic and beige leather
  • Powerful 3-liter V8 engine with four-valve technology and 240 hp
  • Original Speedline rims in 16 inch format
  • With a construction period of 11 years, a 308 QV is probably the most mature model among all classic Ferraris

The Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole

The Ferrari 308 was first introduced in 1975 as a coupe (GTB). It was the actual successor to today's iconic Dino 246 GT, which established the mid-engine in the road sports car segment in 1968. Until then, the mid-engine concept was only common in motorsports. The design of the 308 comes from Ferrari's in-house designer Pininfarina. The flat silhouette offered space for 2 passengers as well as luggage. In 1977 the open Targa version (GTS) completed the range. At the beginning the powertrain was taken over by a 3-Liter-V8-middle engine, which was installed transversely and produced 220 hp. In 1980, the carburetor was replaced by a Bosch fuel injection system. Then in 1982, the engine was modified with four-valve technology (Quattrovalvole QV), increasing power to 240 hp. The Ferrari 308 was the longest produced Ferrari model (11 years) and with a total of 12,143 copies also the most successful.

Details

This Ferrari 308 GTS QV was first registered in June 1984. The delivery colour is Grigio Ferro with beige leather - an extremely stylish and rather understated combination. A Ferrari is striking enough in itself. Who says a sports car from Maranello always has to be red? We certainly don't. The last owner bought the car from a dealer in Switzerland in 2015. In that year the car also got service and the obligatory timing belt change took place. Since then, the car was driven regularly but overall little and was stock of a collection in Austria. The deep and tightly cut interior fits like a tailored suit. Together with the open gearshift gate, the seating position directly in front of the engine and the high-revving V8 powerplant, pure sports car and racetrack feeling is conveyed. A 308 GTB/GTS has everything that distinguishes a genuine Ferrari to this day. So does this one. In addition, the 308 QV is probably the most mature model among all classic Ferraris and the comparatively cheapest way to own a classic Ferrari.

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Data & Facts

First Registration1984

Engine8 cylinder V-motor, water cooled, DOHC, Bosch K-Jetronic

Transmissionmanual, 5 gear, middle shifter

Weight1286 Kg

Quantity3042

Power2.926 ccm, approx. 240 hp with 7.000 rpm (Factory data)

BrakesDisc-brakes

Top Speedapprox. 255 Kph


Price84.500,00€ (§25a, VAT not to be shown)

DocumentsGerman registration papers

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