1977 Ferrari 308 GTB 3.0 from North America
Timeless classic and a bargain at $30k
I have not experienced any problem that I would consider abnormal or unacceptable.
A Ferrari requires proper maintenance. If the car is taken care of and used properly, they are a joy to own. Cheap-skates and corner-cutters need not apply... You will have to spend money on service and quality parts.
My 308 has not let me down at all. I take excellent care of it and perform all repairs and maintenance myself. It is a timeless design that never grows old. Pininfarina (the design studio) is a master and that's why Ferrari uses him exclusively. The car is quick (early carburetted cars are the best performing, highest horsepower 308's).
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 14th September, 2001
Beautiful cars indeed!!
Personally, I think the 308 is the nicest ferrari ever!!!
I`m just contemplating getting one of these, but wondering how much knowledge and time I need to perform servicing on the vehicle myself, and to what extent or level do I need to go to? Can servicing be kept relatively simple?
Where can one obtain a shop manual for the 308 either in CD or book format.