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Ferrari 308 GTS Vergaser7Carburatore 1979

General description : Ferrari 308 GTS Vergaser
Originaler Zustand
Nicht restauriert
Gutachten von Autex
3219 Stück gebaut
Quer eingebauter V8 Motor 3.0L
5 Gänge
2926 ccm

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14" Ferrari Felgen
Manuelles Fünf-Gang Getriebe
2926 cc Hubraum
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1979 Ferrari 308 GTS Vergaser7Carburatore is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in 95, rue des BruyèresLU-1274 Howald by CarTrading CT-Car Sarl for €115000.


Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : 308 GTS Model Version : Vergaser7Carburatore Engine size : 2.9 Model Year : 1979 Sub type : Convertible Location : 95, rue des BruyèresLU-1274 Howald Vehicle Registration : Undefined

115000 €

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