Ferrari - 308
The Pininfarina styled 308 GTB was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1975 as a supplement to the odd Bertone-shaped Dino 308 GT4 and a replacement for the Dino 246. Unlike the plain GT4 2+2, the GTB was a 2-seater with aggressive lines, and has been called one of the most beautiful of all Ferraris. The targa topped 308 GTS was introduced in 1977 and was made famous on the Magnum P.I. television show. Several cars were used, a new one for each season, most being auctioned off after filming.
GermanyItalySpain - Espagna
Ferrari 308-click for a larger picture
Ferrari 308 1984
Ferrari 308 GTS
Nurburg Nordschleife
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Number of persons:2 Luggage:1 small Minimum driver age:25 Gearbox:manual Leather interior:
Ferrari 308 -click for a larger picture
Ferrari 308  1978
Ferrari 308 GTS
Sesto Fiorentino, Florence
Tuscany, Italy
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Number of persons:2 Luggage:2 small Minimum driver age:25 Gearbox:manual Leather interior: Audio:radio
Spain - Espagna
Ferrari 308 GT4-click for a larger picture
Ferrari 308 GT4 1982
Ferrari 308 GT4
Calvia, Mallorca
Ballearic Islands, Spain
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Number of persons:4  2 plus 2 small seats in the backLuggage:2 small Minimum driver age:30 Gearbox:manual Leather interior: cream leather interior
A notable aspect of the early 308 GTB was that, although still built by Carrozzeria Scaglietti, the 308's bodywork was entirely made of glass-reinforced plastic (or GRP), allowing a very light weight of 1050 kg. The engine borrowed its dry-sump lubrication from Ferrari's racing experience. This lasted until June, 1977, when the 308 was switched to steel, resulting in some 150 kg additional weight. All steel versions of the 308 GTB also have a conventional wet-sump engine.


The 308 models are the most common historical Ferrari models, with over 12,000 produced. However, only 712 of the first Fiberglass dry-sump version were made, which are now the most sought after by collectors. The 308 models are embraced by Ferrari fans and critics today. In 2004, Sports Car International named this car number five on the list of Top Sports Cars of the 1970s.


Source: Wikipedia.
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