I've finally picked up some jack stands for the 308. (Sears Craftsman Professional, 6000lb.) I've done a fair amount of research about jack procedures and jack stands... One helpful thread I came up with was here, in the archives of the old FerrariChat.com: http://www.ferrarichat.com/discus/messages/256120/156030.html In this thread, Bill Sebestyen (Bill308) outlines his jacking procedure and provides a diagram (all shown below). Does anybody have any objections to this? It involves two jack stands in the rear and one in the front. Bill writes, "I think you may eventually damage the sway bar bushings if you support the car with jack stands at these points. The following diagram shows how I support my 308 on 3-jack stands which also compenates for any reasonable floor irregularities." [Diagram] "In practice, the car is driven up onto some 2 x 6's to gain an extra 1 1/2 inches of floor clearance. A 4 ft 2 x 6 is placed on the floor jack platten and the outboard ends are placed under the longtudinal frame rails to spread the lifting load. The entire rear end is lifted at onec with the jack positioned at the red 1 of the diagram. When lifted high enough, jack stands are placed under the rear frame, with small wood blocks between the jack stands and the frame, at the positions indicated by the magenta circles. The jack is released and the rear of the car is allowed to settle onto the jack stands. The jack is repositioned under the front frame at the intersection of several frame members indicated by the red 2 and the entire front is lifted. A single jack stand, with a cushioning wooden block is positioned under the front frame, at the remaing magenta circle, where it won't damage the underbody panels. I suspect your 328 is similar enough to my 308 that you will have corresponding support positions."