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1981 Ferrari 308 Gtsi on 2040-cars

US $23,360.00
Year:1981 Mileage:29725 Color: Red /

Doswell, Virginia, United States

Doswell, Virginia, United States

* New Clutch
* Timing Belts
* New Michelin special order TRX's all the way around, I also had them mounted and road/speed balanced at a BMW
* Spare is original and holds air
* A/C Compressor rebuilt and restored, she blows cold : )
* New Starter installed along with heat shield
* Brake Calipers all disassembled and rebuilt
* New pads
* Rotors resurfaced and painted
* Brake Lines all replaced
* A-Arms and sway bars were all removed media blasted, etched primed and painted
* New bushings installed in A-Arms and sway bars
* Axles were completely disassembled and restored
* Front shocks checked out great they were cleaned and reinstalled rears were disassembled etch primed, painted,
and new stickers installed
* Gas Tanks were drained, new fuel pump installed along with two new correct filters (Non-ethanol fuel added)
* Bosch fuel system along with injectors were cleaned
* Every belt and hose on the car has been replaced if needed. I have all the originals. There we're a lot of them!
* Radiator was removed, boiled out, pressure tested, one small leak was found and repaired, it was completely
restored and looks new
* Overflow container was upgraded to the new aluminum container (I have original)
* The Euro Exhaust was all removed media blasted and ceramic coated, I have the complete original exhaust and will
include it
* New Spark Plugs, Wires are original and in fine shape
* New Air Filter installed along with rubber gasket around housing
* Window regulators were replaced (Yes they are still slow and need help when opening and closing) This is a known
* New Water Pump
* Many of the external engine seals were replaced
* Alternator was removed, bench tested and restored
* Windshield Wiper Blades replaced
* Red Top Optima Battery installed along with battery tender pigtail
* Pioneer Stereo was added over the years, I have the original Alpine Stereo and will include it in the sale

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Auto blog

Ferrari patents new electronic steering assist

Wed, 16 Jul 2014

Automobiles keep getting more and more advanced, with computers playing an ever-increasingly vital role in their operation. But some things remain the same. Despite more advanced (if not necessarily better) technologies available, we still burn fossils to fuel our engines, we still check what's behind us in actual mirrors and (with few exceptions) we still turn a steering wheel mechanically connected to the front wheels to change directions. But that doesn't mean automakers aren't working at new solutions.
We've sampled electric steering systems developed by Japanese automakers like Honda and Infiniti that disconnect the front wheels from the steering column, but while those systems may be the way of the future, they leave the driver feeling physically disconnected from the road. Ferrari, however, has a different idea.
Instead of either relying completely on a traditional system or replacing it with an entirely digital one, Ferrari appears to have found a sweet spot in the middle. According to a patent filing obtained by Evo, Ferrari is developing a system that still uses a direct mechanical steering linkage, but enhances it through the use of software that corrects for certain inconsistencies.

Driver, track worker survive horrific Ferrari 458 crash at Suzuka

Tue, 14 May 2013

Two people are lucky to be alive after a brutal crash during a recent Ferrari 458 Challenge event in Japan. Driver Shigeru Terajima lost control of his machine on the Suzuka Circuit start/finish straight, left the course at nearly 200 miles per hour and struck the inside wall where a corner worker was standing and monitoring the race. The 458 immediately disintegrated, sending bits of carbon fiber bodywork, suspension components, wheels and tires scattering into the infield and across the race course. The passenger cell spun through the air before coming to a stop on its roof.
Miraculously, both Terajima and the corner worker survived the incident. While the driver was transported to a local hospital in serious condition, he's expected to make a full recovery. The track worker, meanwhile, saw the incident coming and dove out of harm's way at the last possible moment, saving him from the brunt of the impact. You can watch an observer's frightening footage of the Ferrari crash by scrolling below.

What next for Stefano Domenicali?

Tue, 29 Apr 2014

Ferrari is a team that's used to being on top. It does, after all, have more world championships to its name - 15 drivers' titles and 16 constructors' - than any other team in the history of Formula One racing. But despite having some of the best drivers and resources at its disposal, it hasn't won a championship in over five years. Someone had to take the blame for that, and that someone turned out to be Stefano Domenicali.
The team principal who took over after Jean Todt stepped back to focus first on the running of the entire company and then the FIA, Domenicali has presided over the driest spell in the team's history since Michael Schumacher and Ross Brawn arrived in the late 90s to bring Ferrari back to its winning form. Whether that ultimately proves to have been Domenicali's fault or not, the buck stopped on his desk and he resigned a couple of weeks ago, making way for Ferrari's North American chief Marco Mattiacci to take the reins. At least for now, anyway, as rumors circulate of a longer-term solution that could bring Ross Brawn back into the fold following his recent departure from Mercedes.
The big question now, however, is what Domenicali will do next. The latest intel suggests that he could leave four wheels behind but stay in the field of competitive sports to coach an Italian basketball team. The rumors are fueled by reports that Domenicali has been in touch with Giovanni Petrucci, head of the Federazione Italiana Pallacanestro - Italy's national basketball federation. The organization runs two professional basketball leagues within Italy as well as its national team that's won eight international championships, two gold, four silver and four bronze medals in the European league and two silver medals in the Olympics.