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Ferrari 308 GTB 1989

General description : 1989 Ferrari 208 GTB Turbo V8 Motor mit 254PS

Farbe: Rosso Corsa
Interieur: Volllederausstattung in schwarz

Top gepflegter Ferrari 208 GTB Turbo mit italienischer Erstauslieferung bei Ferrari Torino. Das Fahrzeug ist im Original Lack, Nachlackierungsfrei, Unfallfrei, Original Innenausstattung, etc.

Es wurden nur 437 Stück des Ferraris 208 GTB Turbos gebaut.

Zu einem Zeiptunkt an dem in der Formel 1 Turbolader dominierten, entschied man sich bei Ferrari im Jahr 1982 den 208 GTB für den italienischen Markt als Turbo-Version einzuführen. Dabei sollte die Leistungslücke zwischen zwei und drei Liter Hubraum geschlossen werden, ohne dabei den Kunden höhere Kfz-Steuer aufzubürden.


Erstzulassung: 07/1989
Auslieferungsdatum: 26.07.1989 Ferrari Händler in Torino
2,0 Liter V8 Motor mit 254 PS
5-Gang Schaltgetriebe
Rosso Corsa (FER300/12)
Volllederausstattung in schwarz
Elektrische Fensterheber
Neue Reifen
Alle Unterlagen zum Fahrzeug sind vorhanden
Werkzeugtasche ist vorhanden
Alle Schlüssel sind vorhanden
TÜV für die Zulassung neu, Große Inspektion und Wartung wurden bereits durchgeführt inkl. Zahnriemen Wechsel
Rechnung zum Zahnriemenwechsel im Jan. 2015 ist vorhanden
Leasing/Finanzierung möglich
§25a Differenzbesteuert
Tachostand: 56.316 (dokumentierte km Anhand des Scheckhefts)

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1989 Ferrari 308 GTB is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Gautinger Straße 8DE-82319 Starnberg by AutoToyStore GmbH for €75000.


Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : 308 GTB Engine size : 2.0 Model Year : 1989 Sub type : Coupé Location : Gautinger Straße 8DE-82319 Starnberg Vehicle Registration : Undefined

75000 €

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