For Sale 1980 Euro 308GTB

Discussion in 'Ferraris' started by shenbec, Aug 13, 2019.

  1. shenbec

    shenbec Rookie

    Nov 21, 2003
    After 20+ years of ownership I am selling my Red/Black interior Euro (German spec) 1980 308GTB serial number 30693, with 55xxx km (35000 miles). Has DOT/EPA waiver. This is a rare dry sump, carbureted (one of the last), factory electronic ignition (single distributor), 16" factory Chromadora wheels (has original window decal stating this), deep larger fiberglass front spoiler, and correct single outlet exhaust. Car has never had body damage. Have two tool kits (one original one reproduction, plus some spare tools) and two original Jack kits. Also have a 1980 Euro owner’s manual and a 1976 US manual. Asking $95,000. The car is located in Spring City PA 19475. I have title in hand.

    Modifications: The springs have been cut and the car corner weighted (it is about 1”+ lower, but a set of adjustable height springs are also included). Has thicker Michelotto front and rear sway bars (originals included). The front bonnet grills have been stripped to bare aluminum and clear coated. The carburetors also have different larger jetting installed. The car corners very flat and the engine pulls very strong from 2000 RPM to beyond red line.

    History: The car started life in Germany. In 1985 the car was imported into the US. In 1989 Tim Holt of Holt Motorsports in West Chester PA bought it as his personal car. I then purchased the car from Tim in November of 1998 with 41071km (25520 miles), it currently has 55xxx km (just under 35000 miles).

    Major Maintenance Performed, with receipts and records

    2019 Replaced trunk zippered cover

    2018 Replaced Transmission fluid and engine oil (55k km)

    2017 Replaced all four tires

    2015 Replaced all electrical relays

    2013 Rebuilt brake master cylinder and booster (changed brake fluid)

    2013 Timing belts replaced at about 54500 km

    2012 Rebuilt water pump (changed antifreeze)

    2012 Installed Retro Air Rotary AC compressor (never charged)

    2009 Timing belts replaced at about 53500 km

    2006 Rebuilt starter

    2003 Installed New Jet Hot Coated front exhaust header

    2002 Timing Belts, Ignition (Coils/Wires/Distributor Cap/Rotter/Magnetic pickups), Replaced all hoses (Fuel/Coolant/AC), Suspension Bushings, POR15 (rust prevention black paint) inside of front fenders and A-arms

    2001 Replaced Steering Rack

    2000 Radiator clean/repair/paint, painted hood and replaced foam pieces

    1999 Redyed door panels

    Have many new parts and kept all the old parts removed from the car.

    New Spare Parts Included

    2x Motor mounts

    Shock bushings

    Water Pump Belt

    AC Belt

    Fuel filter

    Dash Instrument Light Bulbs

    Euro side-marker light

    Window channel felt

    Wheel valve stem

    4x wheel centers

    Brake caliper seals

    Interior AC plate

    Interior Fan/Hazard/Wiper/Antenna plate

    Body plate

    Paint label

    Carburetor rebuild kit

    F40 style key blank

    Usable Parts that were working when removed from the car

    2x Ignition coils

    2x Ignition magnetic pickups

    Distributor cap

    Distributor rotor


    Plus have old hoses/nuts/bolts/screws/misc parts that were replaced during the listed maintenance.

    Contact Chris at 610-659-1329 or Many more pictures available upon request.

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  3. 19633500GT

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    Wow. Outstanding. Love the mid year change steering wheel, but carb seats. Super cool I bet this sounds amazing.
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  4. Bucci

    Bucci Karting

    Jan 5, 2020
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    Mark Bucci
    You sell it?
  5. George Vosburgh

    George Vosburgh F1 Rookie

    May 26, 2011
    Pittsburgh, PA
    Very nice, you made a lot of the same changes I made to my '77 GTB.

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