1985 Ferrari 308GTS Quattrovalvole

One of the quintessential sports cars from the 1980s, the Ferrari 308 still turns heads to this day. Popularized in television and film, these cars had star power like few other machines out there. This 308GTS Quattrovalvole added four valves per cylinder to the 3.0 liter V8 offering up 240 horsepower. These were the fastest of all the 308 models. This 308 for sale in Indianapolis wears the classic red over tan color combination and has just over 40,000 miles on the clock.

1985 Ferrari 308GTS Quattrovalvole

This awesome 1985 Ferrari 308GTSi is finished in classic Rosso Corsa Red exterior with tan interior and black carpets. This beautiful example has just been fully inspected and had an engine out service performed which included new timing belt and new clutch upon arrival here at our dealership. It was just fitted with new tires, fully detailed and is ready to be enjoyed by the next owner. This is the classic Ferrari body style as seen in the popular "Magnum P.I." television series from that era. This is a well sorted out freshly serviced example so don't waste time as it won't last long.

This car is priced just about right, as most clean, well documented 308s are exchanging hands in the low to mid $30,000 range, which makes this a tempting proposition for children of the 1980s wishing to live out their fantasies.


2 thoughts on “1985 Ferrari 308GTS Quattrovalvole”

  1. I forget which it is but I think this of the 308s is among the hardest to maintain due to the fact you have to take the engine out to do any work on it and that skyrockets labor costs.

    I would go for an earlier model.

  2. Actually The Mondial was the first Ferrari car where the entire engine/gearbox/rear suspension assembly was mounted on a detachable steel subframe, making engine removal for a major rebuild or cylinder head removal much easier than it was on previous models. That means a happier mechanic and less shop rate hours on a major service. Without this a 308 would be outrageously expensive to maintain with its cramped engine bay.

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