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Ferrari 308 GTS Vergaser 1978

General description : 1978 Ferrari 308 GTS

240 PS, 2926 cc Hubraum, V8 Motor mit 4 Weber Doppelvergasern, manuelles Fünf-Gang Getriebe.
- Klassische Farbkombination Rosso Corsa/Schwarz
- Gepflegtes Liebhaberstück
- Begründer der 8 Zylinder-Mittelmotor Modell-Reihe und Ikone seiner Zeit

Vorgestellt als Nachfolger des 246 Dino im Jahr 1975, hat der Ferrari 308 einen festen Platz in der Ferrari Geschichte. Mit dem Design von Leonardo Fioravanti, von Pininfarina, gewann er schnell viele Enthusiasten durch sein Aussehen und seine Performance. Der Ferrari 308 GTS wird sehr oft mit der Serie Magnum in Verbindung gebracht, wo er mit Tom Selleck am Steuer Berühmtheit erlangte.
Der 308 GTS teilte sich die Plattform, den quer eingebauten V8 und das mittragende Getriebe mit dem Ferrari 308 GT/4.

Bei diesem gepflegten Fahrzeug handelt es sich um einen Ferrari 308 GTS, Erstzulassung 01.07.1978. Der Wagen wurde 1991 aus den Niederlanden nach Deutschland eingeführt und hatte seitdem 3 deutsche Besitzer. Der abgelesene Kilometerstand laut Tacho liegt bei ca. 53.000 km. Der Wagen hat neue Bereifung, ein komplettes Bordwerkzeug und hat Anfang des Jahres einen Service inkl. neuem Zahnriemen bekommen, zudem wurde der Motor neu abgedichtet.
Das Fahrzeug kann nach Terminabsprache in der Nähe des Münchner Flughafens besichtigt werden.

1978 Ferrari 308 GTS

240 PS, 2926 cc, V8 engine with 4 Weber double carburetors, manual five-speed gearbox.
- Classic color combination Rosso Corsa/Black
- Well maintained collectible
- Founder of the 8-cylinder mid-engine model series and icon of its time

Presented as the successor of the 246 Dino in 1975, the Ferrari 308 has a firm position in the history of Ferrari. With the design of Leonardo Fioravanti, Pininfarina, he quickly won many enthusiasts through its appearance and performance. The Ferrari 308 GTS is very often associated with the TV series Magnum with Tom Selleck.
The 308 GTS shared the platform, the transverse-mounted V8 and the load-bearing gear with the Ferrari 308 GT/4.

This well maintained vehicle is a Ferrari 308 GTS, initial registration 01.07.1978. In 1991 the car was imported from Netherlands to Germany and had 3 German owner since then. The read out mileage is about 53, 000 km. The car comes including a very recent cam belt change and service. The car has new tires and complete tools.
The car can be visited by appointment near the Munich Airport.

1978 Ferrari 308 GTS Vergaser is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Wildrosenweg 4DE-81929 München by Napoleone Classic Cars GmbH for €99500.

 

Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Ferrari Model : 308 GTS Model Version : Vergaser Engine size : 2.9 Model Year : 1978 Sub type : Convertible Location : Wildrosenweg 4DE-81929 München Vehicle Registration : Undefined

99500 €

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