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1977 Ferrari 308 Gtb Steel Coupe Red/tan 31k Original Miles Fully Serviced on 2040-cars

US $47,995.00
Year:1977 Mileage:31820

Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States

Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States

1977 Ferrari 308 GTB Steel

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Rare Carbureted Steel Body Coupe
Attractive Red over Tan Leather Combination
31,820 Miles!
Single Mirror Option
US Spec Carbureted
Entirely Original Interior & Engine Bay
Unrestored, Well Cared for '77 308GTB!!
Just out of 20+ year Owners Estate
Recent Major Service & Sorting
Over $11,000 in Recent Service Records
No Leaks ~ No Smoke
Tracks Wonderfully & Just Aligned
Driver Ready!
All Lights, Gauges and Even Clock in Working Order!!
*No Tears in Seats or Headliner*
Dash leather is tight and plastic vents all in Excellent shape
Largely Original Paint only showing signs on front bumper & hood.
No Accidents
This 1977 Ferrari 308 GTB is a true rare survivor. This steel bodied 308 GTB has recently been catching the eyes of many enthusiast world wide and this particular one if quite the looker! The steel body carbureted 308s are mostly desired for their power as Ferrari soon after switched over to fuel injection. 
The steel body carbureted 308 was only produced from 1975-1980 with approximately 2,085 coming off the line.
This particular 308 survivor has seen only 31,810 miles of road and is accompanied with a great share of service work completed along with a recent FULL major service. With the proper care given to this vehicle, it shows true driver ready qualities that make for a fun weekend driver or Rally participant. These vehicles are beginning to be appreciated for the fun spirited drivers they are and have steadily been climbing in Collectability & Value.

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