1980 Ferrari 308 on 2040-cars
Bradenton, Florida, United States
This 1980 Ferrari 308 GTSi is powered by a 2.9L quad-cam V8 paired with a five-speed manual transaxle and is
finished in black over tan leather. Modifications include 16″ Superformance wheels, a Birdman fuse box, Nardi
steering wheel, a modified exhaust system, and a Norwood Autocraft power window relay. A timing belt service was
completed in January 2017, and work during the past year included a mechanical inspection and replacement of the
spark plugs and cold-start valve, new optima battery, new AC compresor, new AC belt, full interior restoration and
detailing including seats, and center console, new e-brake boot, new oil and filter oil, and a complete paint
correction and detailing.
This 308 GTSi is now offered with detailed service records from 1986 onward, the removed factory wheels (14”),
along with factory manuals, a workshop manual, original tool kit, electrical switches, belts, air pump components,
accessories, a clean carfax and clean title.
The Pininfarina-designed bodywork is finished in black and features a removable roof panel and pop-up headlights.
The previous seller states that the door skins and hinge assemblies were replaced upon purchase in 1986, and the
car was repainted at that time.
Superformance 16″ wheels with Ferrari center caps are wrapped in Goodyear Eagle GT tires. The the steering rack
bushing and boots were replaced in January 2017 by Norwood Auto Italia of Carrollton, Texas, and stainless steel
braided brake lines were also added. The removed factory Cromadora wheels are included in the sale.
The interior is fitted with tan leather upholstery on the seating surfaces and matching door panels, as well as a
contrasting black dashboard and carpets. A full detail and restoration was performed last month by Fibrenew
Hollywood. Equipment includes R134a-converted Borletti air conditioning, and a gated shifter with a dogleg first
The three-spoke leather-wrapped Nardi steering wheel frames Veglia instrumentation including a 10k-rpm tachometer
and an 180-mph speedometer, as well as gauges for oil pressure, fuel level, and coolant temperature.
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Race Recap: 2014 British F1 Grand Prix readjusts the balance of powerMon, 07 Jul 2014
Qualifying for the British Formula One Grand Prix was just as much a surprise for fans as it was for teams. Certain team weather radar displays didn't accurately pinpoint storm systems over the track, and in the case of at least two teams, the lack of data was compounded by poor decision making. That's how both Ferraris and both Williams got kicked out of qualifying in Q3 - the drivers already on track took advantage of a dry spell between rains, but Ferrari and Williams waited too long to get back out, and by the time they did it had started raining again.
Rain-induced bewilderment hit the front of the field as well. When all appeared resolved in Q3 but the clock hadn't yet run down to zero, drivers including Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo pulled into the pits thinking the day was done. However, a drying last sector of the Silverstone circuit meant the drivers still out could suddenly improve their times by four seconds in just that sector. When the bell tolled, those who fought to the last were those who lined up first: Nico Rosberg in the first Mercedes AMG Petronas, Sebastian Vettel in the first Infiniti Red Bull Racing, Jenson Button in the McLaren, Nico Hülkenberg in the first Force India and Kevin Magnussen in the second McLaren.
Hamilton had fallen all the way to sixth on the grid, a mortifying blow to his race and his championship challenge. He was followed by Sergio Perez in the second Force India, Ricciardo in the second Infiniti Red Bull Racing, Toro Rosso teammates Daniil Kvyat and Jean-Eric Vergne completing the top ten.
1954 Ferrari 375 MM Scaglietti Coupe named Best In Show at Pebble Beach Concours d'EleganceSun, 17 Aug 2014
For the first time in the event's 64-year history, the prestigious Best In Show honor at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance has been awarded to a Ferrari. The 1954 375 MM Scaglietti Coupe seen here is owned by car collector Jon Shirley of Medina, WA, and as it turns out, has quite a rich history.
Nevermind the fact that it's currently one of five road-going 375 MMs - this example was ordered by film director Roberto Rossellini, and was actually born as a Pininfarina-bodied competition Spyder. Following an accident, the car's original body wasn't able to be saved, but the chassis was sent to Carrozzeria Scaglietti in Modena for replacement, and the finished product became the company's first passenger car design for Ferrari.
Following its tenure with Rossellini, the car was owned by Mario Savona of Palermo, and later Charles Robert of Paris. Years later, the car was restored by its current owner in 1995, after being found in an underground garage in a Paris suburb.
Ferrari California T has a turbo V8 lurking under new nose [w/video]Tue, 04 Mar 2014
The Ferrari California might technically be the Prancing Horse's entry-level model, but there is nothing basic about the latest upgrade for the California T. Showing its face to the public for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show, it is now propelled by a 3.9-liter, turbocharged V8 with 560 horsepower and 557 pound-feet of torque, which equates to an extra 70 hp and a 49 percent increase in torque over the previous engine.
The forced induction mill is enough to accelerate it to 62 miles per hour in 3.6 seconds. Also not that many Ferrari buyers are going to care, but the switch also means a 15 percent improvement in fuel economy. Oh, and based on the video preview below, it sounds pretty good, too.
While the new engine is certainly the headline grabber, there are other upgrades as well: a top that closes in 14 seconds, new steering box, improved magnetic dampers and an upgraded traction control system. Pininfarina also reshaped the nose to make it more look like Ferraris of the 1960s. This is seems to be the best looking and performing California yet.