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1977 Ferrari 308 Coupe on 2040-cars

US $27,040.00
Year:1977 Mileage:35962 Color: Red /
 Tan
Location:

Summerland Key, Florida, United States

Summerland Key, Florida, United States

HERE IS A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN ONE OF THE FINEST EXAMPLES OF THE INFAMOUS FERRARI DINO 308 GT4!!! THIS IS A 1977
EUROPEAN SPEC SERIES II CAR, PARTIALLY RESTORED
THIS VEHICLE WAS ORIGINALLY IMPORTED TO THE U.S. AS A EURO SPEC MODEL BY ROBERT CRESSMAN, FORMER OWNER OF CRESSMAN
FOREIGN CARS/ SHELTON FERRARI, NOW FERRARI OF FORT LAUDERDALE. (VEHICLE WAS NEVER A U.S SPEC CAR)
YOU COULDN'T RESTORE ANOTHER 308 TO THE LEVEL OF THIS VEHICLE FOR THE PRICE!!$$
ALL OF THE RECENT WORK ON THIS VEHICLE WAS PERFORMED BY THE CRAFTSMAN AT THE RENOWNED AND AWARD WINING STRICTLY
FERRARI FACILITIES IN NAPLES FLORIDA. CONSIDERED TO BE ONE THE LARGEST RESTORERS OF 308 DINOS IN THE WORLD.
-THE ENGINES TOP HALF HAS BEEN REBUILD WITH ALL NEW VALVES, VALVE GUIDES, AND VALVE SPRINGS (NO MORE SODIUM
VALVES).
-CARBURETORS AND IGNITION SYSTEM (SINGLE DISTRIBUTOR) HAVE BEEN COMPLETELY REBUILD.
-COMPLETE ALL NEW COOLING SYSTEM, BRAKE.
-STEERING AND SUSPENSION ASSEMBLIES HAVE ALSO BEEN COMPLETELY RESTORED TO FACTORY ORIGINAL SPECS.
-BODY AND CHASSIS ARE COMPLETELY STRAIGHT AND DAMAGE FREE.
-BODY IS FLAWLESSLY RE-PAINTED. (3 months ago)
-ALL CHROME TRIM AND BUMPERS WERE RESTORED AND ARE FLAWLESS.
-ALL NEW RUBBER MOLDINGS AND TRIM.
-INTERIOR WAS RESTORED AND DYED TO ORIGINALITY.
-FACTORY ORIGINAL TRUNK CARPET (RARE).

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In reality, it's impressive to watch the $257,000 (base price) 458 Spider being drifted and pushed hard into every turn. Not surprisingly, the car handles the "bad behavior" very well, but what is amazing is how easy it is for Harris to talk to the camera despite the top being down and the engine being at full throttle almost the entire time.
If you like watching Ferraris get sideways, you will most certainly enjoy Harris' video, which is posted below.

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Neither, it seems, could the guys at Evo. So when the British magazine's "secret supercar owner" - who keeps the editorial team stocked with exotic machinery - needed to get his F40 back across the mountains, he handed the keys over to Henry Catchpole, who was good enough to record and recount the experience in this latest behind-the-scenes video.
Needless to say it was a memorable experience, and one worth sharing.

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When the car you're moving off said flatbed is the only Ferrari P4/5 Competizione in existence, meticulously built to the specifications of Ferrari collector James Glickenhaus, we imagine the stress level is even greater. Yes, this is an unloading gone wrong, although it could have always been worse. The movers have the right idea, working boards underneath the car, but simply didn't account for the car moving them. The result is a racecar, resting ever so gracefully, on its carbon-fiber nose. Getting the car out of such a precarious position safely requires nearly as much skill as getting it off in the first place.
Take a look below for the full, cringe-inducing video.