Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1975 Ferrari (Dino)308GT4. Silver/Boxer over black and blue interior. 69k miles. A very original andhonest car with a known long-term ownership history and good service records.With the same North Carolina owner from 1988 until 2011 (it was a birthday giftfrom his wife) and then with a collector in Atlanta until our acquisitionearlier this year.�We just completed a belt service with Hill Engineeringbearings and fitted a new set of Vredestein Sprint Classics on the originalCampagnolo wheels. We also serviced the A/C and it is currently blowing cold.Runs drives and sounds great (see video) -- there really is no substitute fora carbureted Ferrari and this one feels well sorted and put together.We believe the paint to be mostly original (the silver atleast) and in presentable condition -- there are a few flaws and some lightchecking on the top sides but it looks too good to warrant a repaint. Likewisethe interior presents well with only minor wear on the outer driver bolster.Engine is dry gearbox feels good (even second gear) and it's tidy underneath.Owner's manual and tools are included. Aside from the mirrors Vitaloni unitslikely installed in period the car is all stock and unmolested with the earlyDino details intact. A great driver that has been well cared for and offered atan approachable price point.�For more information on this 1975 Ferrari 308 GT4 for saleat Motorcar Studio in Atlanta please call 404-692-5250.
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