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1980 308 GTSi shown in Marrone Dino over Beige leather interior. This one owner, sold new through Algar Ferrari 308 is a true 4,000 mile car and just underwent a complete major timing belt service among other service needs including tires, brake s...
1980 308 GTSi shown in Marrone Dino over Beige leather interior. This one owner, sold new through Algar Ferrari 308 is a true 4,000 mile car and just underwent a complete major timing belt service among other service needs including tires, brake system service, and more.The 308 had a tube frame with separate body. The 308 GTB/GTS and GT4 were mechanically similar, and also shared much with the original Dino. Both 308's sit on the same tube platform, however the GT4 being a 2+2-has a longer wheelbase. The engine was a V8 of a 90 degree configuration, with belt-driven twin overhead camshafts per cylinder bank. It was transversely mounted in unit with the trans-axle transmission assembly, which was below and to the rear of the engine's sump. All models used a fully synchromesh 5-speed dog-leg manual gearbox and a clutch-type limited slip differential. Suspension was all-independent, comprising double wishbones, coaxial coil springs and hydraulic dampers, and anti-roll bars on both axles; four wheel vented disc brakes were also fitted. Steering was unassisted rack and pinion. The 308's body was designed by Pininfarina's Leonardo Fioravanti, who had been responsible for some of Ferrari's most celebrated shapes to date such as the Daytona, the Dino and the Berlinetta Boxer. The 308 used elements of these shapes to create something very much in contrast with the angular GT4. GTS models featured a removable roof panel with grained satin black finish, which could be stowed in a vinyl cover behind the seats when not in use. For further details, please contact our knowledgeable sales staff.