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Value on a 308

Discussion in '308/328' started by Euro308, Mar 13, 2004.

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  1. Euro308

    Euro308 Rookie

    Mar 10, 2004
    #1 Euro308, Mar 13, 2004
    Last edited by a moderator: Sep 7, 2017
    Hey guys this is one of my few first posts here. I was wondering what the value of my fathers 308 would be. A ballpark figure is fine. I see some nice ones on ebay with like 36,000 miles go for about the mid to up 30's. My fathers car is a !983 Gtsi QV with the euro front bumper on it along with the euro exausht. It currently has 8500 miles or so on it. The clutch was replaced about 2 years ago.

    The car sat in our heated garage for about 8 years with out being touched. After about 3 months of work to it, its up and running great.

    Now with the low miles it has and the great shape the car its self is in, am i thinking it would be in mid 40 to upper 40k range??

    Any help would be great

    Thanks in advance :)

    Heres a pic of it (hope to get nicer ones when it nice out)
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  2. mk e

    mk e F1 World Champ

    Oct 31, 2003
    The twilight zone
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    The Butcher
    A perfect QV at a dealer with a warrenty would be mid 40s. A perfect private party car, with all service documented and up to date, upper 30's to very low 40s. A car that has been sitting 8 years is probably going to spring oil leaks because all the seals have dried out, and the 30K (or 5 years) service is due, maybe mid 30s. And with ferraris, perfect means perfect. No blemishes or any kind anywhere inside or out. It looks like a brand new car. All the running gear and hoses in like new condition, that means anything rubber has been replaced in the last say 10 years.
  3. M.James

    M.James F1 Rookie

    Jun 6, 2003
    Worcester, MA
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    Those look like dealership asking prices, MK.....mid-to-upper 40K range is 328 money, and nobody buys a 308 for the same price that a 328 can be bought for. The 328 is more car, period.

    If it were my car, I'd look for mid-30s, tops.
  4. thecarreaper

    thecarreaper F1 World Champ
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    Sep 30, 2003
    @ $25k to $33k cash, my .02, MUST HAVE ALL RECORDS, TOOLS AND A GOOD PPI( pre purchase inspection) or all buyers will deduct many $$$$ ,
  5. tr328

    tr328 Formula Junior

    Jun 19, 2003
    Pacifica, California
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    My opinion. A 1983 308GTS is worth about $30,000 to $35,000. If the paint is in execellent condition and miles can be documented maybe you can get a a thousand or two more. But, if it hasn't had a major service and the interior doesn't look like a 8,500 mile car, the price will be less. It is too easy to disconnect the odometer on a 308. I have seen 308 in the high twenties. Why buy any 308 for low forty when you can buy a 328?
  6. Cavallino Motors

    Cavallino Motors F1 World Champ
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    May 31, 2001
    Florida or Argentina
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    Martin W.
    Mid to upper $40s....if you get that price you have to start working for me. You will make us both rich!


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