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1982 Ferrari 308 on 2040-cars

US $33,400.00
Year:1982 Mileage:9850 Color: Red /
 Black
Location:

Wyandotte, Michigan, United States

Wyandotte, Michigan, United States

Send me an email at: alleneahheinold@ukflorists.org .

Yes, the miles are real and original. A rare chance to buy one of Ferrari's most successful models that hasn't been
driven much, and never driven hard. Original owner was 80 years old and rarely drove it, the current owner bought
it from the estate and also rarely drove it.
100% original (with the exception of the radio), it even still has the original wheels and tires. The current
wheels and tires were used in an effort to save the originals.
Being 100% original it does have a few nicks and scratches so a personal inspection is recommended. Two main areas
are the front spoiler and left rear fender, both shown in the photos.
Interior features rare contrasting welt with a slight sign of wear on the edge of the drivers seat.
All tools and original papers are included. All needed services were performed over the past 2 years so it runs and
drives perfectly.

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