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1983 Ferrari 308 on 2040-cars

US $22,100.00
Year:1983 Mileage:70000 Color: Red /
 Black
Location:

Henderson, Nevada, United States

Henderson, Nevada, United States

ONE OF A KIND!!! Fully Restored, Over $85,000 invested, Very Unique 308, nothing like this one...anywhere!
Interior: Aluminum racing drilled and serrated pedal set Black Connelly Leather throughout Custom 430 Scuderia/288
GTO styled racing seats New high grade carpet Custom chrome Cavallino emblems in door panels and headrests Stereo
and Accessories: Alpine Head unit (High power CD/MP3/HD/iPod integration) Kicker KS series speakers Completely
restored turn/HL/wiper column cluster Smartire system Ceramic clear tint on windshield A/C modified to cool below
45 degrees Tinted side windows Paint: DuPont ChromaBase Rosso Corsa off of a 2011 Ferrari California Complete
restoration completed 02/2011 Over $10,000 in Paint work Smoothed out targa and painted body color 3 coats of base
4 coats of clear Wet sanded and buffed All emblems blacked out Louvered quarter window covers stripped down and
restored Rear hatch spoiler painted body color All seams resealed with silicone Calipers painted Fly Yellow Engine:
Electromotive XDI fully programmable ignition system ( distributors removed and more reliable and better cooling in
traffic) All New hoses Complete Timing Belts & Tensioner service done 04/2014 at 61K High volume A/C compressor New
High Volume A/C lines run throughout car New receiver dryer to support better A/C components Custom Aluminum
overflow tank K&N filter UFI oil filter 02/2014 Trans fluid/Redline changed 04/2013 Custom exhaust (no cats/Headers
straight to glass packs) Ansa Ferrari Tips on custom exhaust Body: Euro spec Ferrari front and rear bumpers Ferrari
Swiss clear marker lights (front) Euro spec Ferrari front valence

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Motor Trend hits Laguna Seca with Ferrari F12, Chevy Corvette, Porsche 911

Thu, 26 Sep 2013

According to the crew at Motor Trend, we should think of the video below "as an addendum to Best Driver's Car," a test the magazine put together that elevated the 2013 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S above all others in the category of driving joy. It seems the brand-new 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray wasn't able to take part in the magazine's official test, and neither was the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.
And so Motor Trend did the only logical thing: It procured both the 'Vette and Prancing Horse as soon as it could, and put them both on track with the Driver's Car-winning 911. Of course, these cars don't actually compete against each other - the Ferrari offers up 731 horsepower and wears an asking price of $434,144 as tested, which means you could buy four loaded Corvettes for the price of one F12, and still have money left for a garage to store them in - but that's not the point of this particular test.
The point of this test isn't to listen to the beautiful sounds coming from the Porsche's flat-six-cylinder, the Corvette's pushrod V8 or the Ferrari's luscious V12, either, but the video below is worth watching for those three reasons alone. You know what to do.

Fiat gives outgoing Ferrari chairman $35M severance package

Thu, 11 Sep 2014

Luca di Montezemolo may not have wanted to leave Ferrari this way, but don't feel too bad for the departing chairman, because he'll be hitting the ground with a golden parachute so big that he'll never have to work again.
According to the latest reports, Fiat will pay Montezemolo 26.95 million euros (nearly $35 million) in severance pay. A little more than half of that will be paid in a lump sum of 13.71 million euros ($17.7M, equivalent to five times his annual salary) on January 31, 2015, with the rest to be paid within the next 20 years.
The payment is contingent on Montezemolo not going to work for a competitor, so don't expect to see him replacing Stephan Winkelmann at Lamborghini or Wolfgang Dürheimer at Bugatti any time soon. At least not until March 2017. Of course with that much cash on hand, the 67-year-old marquis need never work again, but considering how busy he's used to keeping himself, we'd be surprised if he didn't pop up again somewhere.

Race Recap: Monaco Grand Prix makes the kettle boil [spoilers]

Mon, 26 May 2014

It's not hard to believe that 80 percent of the action at the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix happened didn't have to do with straight-up racing. Mercedes AMG Petronas wasn't expected to maintain its obscene advantage over the field with Monaco being a short track that rewards corner speed over top speed, but they still ruled two of the three Free Practice sessions.
Off the track, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton said he thought it should be easier to beat his teammate and that he was hungrier than his teammate. Then came qualifying and Mirabeau, when Nico Rosberg had set the pole lap in the dying moments of Q3, and as the final few drivers tried to best it on their last chance - including Hamilton, who said he was on the lap that would have got him pole position - Rosberg overcooked it into Mirabeau and brought out a local yellow, killing everyone's chance to better his time. Although the sun was shining in Monaco, the paddock got cold as ice; Rosberg and Hamilton didn't look at one another, speak to one another or touch one another. Rosberg said, "It was an honest mistake." After the race, a disbelieving Hamilton said to the press, "I wish you could have seen the data."
They still lined up first on the grid, though, Rosberg ahead of Hamilton, followed by Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel for Infiniti Red Bull Racing, Fernando Alonso and Kimi Räikkönen for Ferrari, Jean-Eric Vergne in the first Toro Rosso and Daniel Kvyat in the second in ninth, split by McLaren rookie Kevin Magnussen in eighth, and Sergio Perez in the Force India in tenth.