1980 Ferrari 308 Gtsi 36k Miles No Reserve on 2040-cars
Berlin, Connecticut, United States
PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU BID - Review the description, review the photo’s, ask question’s , arrange a inspection or test drive. All bids will be binding, The car will sell - don’t bid unless you are prepared to buy the car. There is no buy it now, the car is not advertised for sale elsewhere - We are a Licensed Connecticut Used Car Dealer, Connecticut residents will be required to pay 6.35% sales tax
The car is sold as is , where is. It has been inspected and deemed safe for the road by the State of New York. We have no hidden document Fee's. Winner bidder is responsible to make a deposit and then complete the transaction within 7 business days. The car has a Clear New York Title
This is a No Reserve Auction for a 1980 Ferrari 308 GTSi Vin # (USA) ZFFAA02A3A0032581 - Current Mileage is 36,911 Color is Red with a Tan leather interior. Engine Rebuilt November 17 2000 by Scottsdale Ferrari
This car was recently registered in New York and has a current New York inspection. The car could be driven home , a 30 day CT intransit registration will be provided to the winning bidder if they desire to drive the car home.
Overall in very good condition and would consider this car in very nice driver grade condition. Very straight body, good gap lines, nice paint with only a few areas with minor checking ( very difficult to photo document)
The interior is very good except for the Bolster and seating area of the drivers seat, see photo’s. Windshield appears to be original. Car windows operate , a bit slow but not uncommon for these cars. The power mirrors work. Newer Radio has been installed. Gauges , Speedometer Tach, etc all function as intended
The engine was rebuilt at 26,970 Miles on November 17 2000 by Scottsdale Ferrari, Scottsdale Arizona at a cost of $17,128.20
Other service records include various oil changes and minor repairs,
last service was
Oil and Filter service with vehicle inspection 9/15/2014 at 36,910 miles.
Based on the prior records a Timing Belt Service would be due on the car.
The Car includes- Owners Manual and Pouch, Jack , Tool roll with some tools, Car cover, service records.
Inspections: Please contact us to make a appointment to view the car during our business hours, 3rd party inspectors are welcome.
Lombardo Motorcars Berlin, CT 06037 860-438-7958 Additional pictures are available please request via ebay. Thank you for looking.
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Perhaps the single biggest indicator doesn't lie in the drawings themselves, but the detail that everyone else seemed to have missed: at the same time as these drawings were submitted, Ferrari filed for another patent with the Italian government for the name SP FFX and the logo pictured above.
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Once it's rolling, of course, all that premeditation seems entirely worth the effort. Chen does his best to keep the machine out of traffic, but refuses to keep the coupe sealed away in a museum, so he gets up early and takes to the canyon roads around LA before anyone else is awake. Atta boy.
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