1977 Ferrari 308 GTB for sale 101144749
1977 Ferrari 308 GTB
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1977 Ferrari 308 GTB

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1977 FERRARI 308 GTB COUPE Chassis no. 23031 Engine no. 23031 Single ownership for more than 35 years US-delivery model in its original Rosso Chiaro paint Low-mileage, carefully preserved original example Desirable early production 308GTB Offered with original books and tools The 308 GTB was the first model in Ferraris long and popular line of mid-engine V8 sports cars, continuing through the current 458 Italia. The 308 was introduced in 1975 at the Paris Auto Salon as a replacement to the Dino 246 and marked a shift in Ferraris production from low volume models and coachbuilt cars to models with much wider market appeal. Their striking looks, good performance, and relative affordability made the 308 an outstanding success, with 12,004 examples sold over its 10-year production run. The 308 quickly became an icon, partly because of a 308 GTS that was the car of choice on a popular TV show, Magnum, P.I, a choice that inextricably linked the 308 to 1970s and 80s popular culture. For the body of this new line of V8 sports cars, Ferrari employed Pininfarina to design a new, contemporary coupe that followed Ferraris new design language introduced with the 365BB in 1974. Leonardo Fioravanti, who had also designed the Dino and Daytona, created this new aesthetic of muscular curves and hard lines that defined Ferraris for the next two decades. Scaglietti originally produced these bodies in fiberglass, however production was switched to steel after just 712 examples. Like the Dino 246 GT, the engine is mounted transversely above the rear axle, offering quick and agile handling and excellent weight distribution. The DOHC dry-sump V8 provides a performance advantage over the Dino and produces the unmistakable sound of a Ferrari V8. The tube-frame chassis features independent suspension and four-wheel disc brakes, with power transferred to the rear wheels through a 5-speed manual transmission controlled through Ferraris iconic gated-shifter. This 308 GTB, chassis 2303

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    39,960 miles
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