Fiberglass 1976 Ferrari 308GTB: One of Only 712 'Vetroresina' 308
GTBs ProducedThis 1976 Ferrari 308GTB is an extremely rare and
highly sought-after fiberglass example. Red with tan leather
interior. It's one of only 712 Vetroresina 308 GTBs produced. This
car is in excellent original condition with 76k miles and is
mechanically superb. A wet-sump example that comes accompanied by
its tool roll, jack, and owners manual. BBS wheels. Rebuilt engine
with high compression pistons and performance cams. Ideal for a
hardcore enthuiest who wants increased performance for tours,
rallies, and events. Ready for immediate use, this Ferrari is ready
to drive and enjoy. A very original car that remains very
presentable. We believe the paint could very well be original and
the original interior while showing its age is still serviceable.
Introduced in 1975, the glamorous 308 GTB, designed by Pininfarina
and built by Scaglietti, was the first Ferrari road car with a
fiberglass (vetroresina) body. Only 712 such models were built,
tipping the scales at a relatively light 2,315 lbs. compared to
later versions of the car built with steel panels that added some
330 lbs. The aerodynamic and well-balanced vetroresina 308,
equipped with a throaty transverse rear-mounted 2,966-cc V-8 and
independent suspension, became an attractive choice for Ferrari
enthusiasts looking for responsive performance and agile
road-handling capabilities. With only 712 examples built, this
fiberglass 308GTB would be an absolute privilege to own.-Ultra Rare
and Desirable Vetroresina/Fiberglass Car-One of Only 712 Fiberglass
308s Built-Collectible Early Production Model and Preferred
Carbureted 308-Accompanied by its Tool Roll, Jack, and Owners
Manual-Mechanically Excellent with Performance Enhancements -Ideal
for the Hardcore Enthusiest and Collector New Price: $129,500
1976 Ferrari 308 GTBI
Location:Astoria, New York
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