Guess my '76 308 is having a hissy fit over being neglected. While replacing the rotten fuel filler hose, noticed the fuel pump hoses also were rotten. While replacing those, discovered the fuel filter was clogged. While replacing that, discovered the outside CV boot on the driver side rear axle is torn. While checking that out, spotted the rotten rubber bushings on the A-arms, struts, or whatever the hell they're called. Geez, take a warning don't neglect these cars. If you dont stay on top of it, you're damn sure gonna be under it. OK, does anyone know where to get the CV boots for the rear axles on the 1976 308? Are those just snap on clamps? And those allen bolts look menacingly stubborn and I haven't even put a wrench to them yet. So once I find the boots, is this a no-brainer? Ferrari shop manual says: "The axle-shafts do not require periodical lubrication. Only in case that the gaiter (CV boot is my guess) breaks, have it replaced; then wash the joint and refill it with the prescribed quantity of recommended grease." To the guy who wrote this: And just where are we to find the "prescribed quantity" and the "recommended grease" if not in the !@#$% Ferrari Workshop Manual! Anyone want a free (slightly damaged from being thrown against the wall often) 1976 Ferrari 308 Workshop Manual?