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Ferrari 308 GTS i 1980

General description : Ferrari’s 308 GT Coupé right away got an open peer, the Targa! And then at the IAA in 1977 the attractive and modern GTS was introduced. Starting in 1980 the V-8 engine by Bosch K-Jetronic received fuel injection, prompted by US emission laws. 1,473 cars of the GTSi model were built.Our Ferrari 308 GTSi Targa was sold to Greenwich, CT in the US and we have the original receipt which states a price of $ 54,165. The car has been with its current German owner since 2016 and registered. All service receipts since then are available. In addition, the classic was repainted in original color and the rare “Grigio Metallic” fits very well with the red interior. This classic is in excellent condition as its owner has paid attention to detail. Its price reflects its outstanding condition!

Body Style : Targa
Year : 1980
Cubic Capacity : 2,926 cc
Engine : V8
Power : 151 kW/204 hp
Transmission : manual transmission
Drivetrain : rear
Exterior Color : grigio metallic
Interior : leather
Interior : Colorred
Trim : partially restored

1980 Ferrari 308 GTS i is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Lübberstedt by Steenbuck Automobiles GmbH for €99500.

 

Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : 308 GTS Model Version : i Engine size : 2.9 Model Year : 1980 Location : Hainholzweg 1 Germany 21376 Gödenstorf-Lübberstedt Vehicle Registration : Undefined

99500 €

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