Ferrari 308 GTBi Rare in Triple Black (Nero) Hardtop This Beautiful
Stallion is as much a Striking Work of Art as it is Iconic.
Boasting World Class Performance and Timeless Style. Desired and
Revered by Many and Attainable by Few based on Low Production and
Imported Units. 308 GTBi Production started: 1980. Production
ended: 1982. Total production: 494, 74 RHD. First serial number:
31327. Last serial number: 43059. This is a fine Collectible
Example of a Desired Ferrari. The Interior Leather is in Beautiful
Shape and Consistent with the Low Mileage wear. The Sound of these
Grand Touring Sport Coupe still Evoke and Awake the Senses in
Everyway. Very very Nice Original Ferrari with Low Low Miles. Even
the Wheels are Special! 5 spokes (Daytona style) Campagnolo,
originally in 14" diameter (Michelin XWX tires 205/70-14) and 6"1/2
wide (with 7"1/2 as option). Two other manufacturers appear over
the production time frame: Cromodora then Speedline. Even if the
design is basically the same, one can notice small differences
between the brands (different angles and finishes, stickers on
Campagnolo and Speedline brand, embossed on Cromodora). The central
insert of the wheel is made of thick plastic on early versions
giving a blurred aspect to the �Cavallino rampante�. We Sell and
Ship Worldwide Air Conditioning, Dome Lamp, Premium Leather, Tinted
Glass, 5-Speed Manual Transmission, Am/Fm Radio, Luxury Package,
Sports Package, Alloy Wheels, Power Windows, Bucket Seats, Leather
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