Magnum, P.I.. Yup, that's what you'll be called if you're found remotely in the vicinity of Ferrari 308 or 328 ownership. Yet this exotic car that was the dream of many a young man in the 1980s is one of the very few Ferraris that mere mortals can buy these days, ironically. Taking the Dino concept to the 1980s, Pininfarina managed to meld the evolutions of the 308 GT4 Dino, 365 GTC/4 and 512 BB into one package - and it worked. While the later 328 has better performance, the 308 was the one that everyone seems to remember. 1984 changes resulted in more power from the 4-valve heads, so finally the performance began to match the looks - and today's 1985 example is sure a looker: :
Model: 308 GTB Quattrovalve
Engine: 3.0 liter V8
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 34,399 mi
Price: $52,995 Buy It Now
CLICK FOR DETAILS:1985 Ferrari 308 GTB Quattrovalve
1985 Ferrari 308 GTB Quatrovalvole
Bianco White over Red Leather
235hp 2.9L Fuel Injected DOHC V8
New Disc Brakes
Belt & Fluid Service Just Completed!
Books Jack & Tools
Flawless Headliner and Interior!
Everything Functions and Works As it Should
No smoke or leaks
Clutch grabs correctly & shifts through all the gears smooth and effortlessly
The Pininfarina designed body had a pronounced wedge profile, with a rectangular 'egg-crate' aluminium radiator grille below a skinny width mint contition satin black front bumper. The Quattrovalvole (4 valve engine) is the last evolution of the 308 series and this is One Of The Last as the 328 started production late 1985. Being a later model of the only 748 ever mdae and along with the immaculate exterior and interior condition this 308 GTB QV is one most recognized and iconic Ferrari road cars today!
Recently Detailed & Paint Corrected to Concours level!
(see pictures below)
Recent Major Service
*Valve Guides & Adjustment
Recent paint and maintenance mean this car should be a trouble-free purchase, with the normal question marks out of the equation. The color combination is unusual and gorgeous; I really like the red leather interior. If you're going to go all the way, why not have something special? Because of the recent paint, overall condition and mechanical servicing, the price on this car is extremely high compared to equivilants; Hagerty places the current value only around $50,000 at most. But as with the F355 Spider from the other day, if this is the combination that you want, I'd spend a little more to get the right one - which this one certainly appears to be!