Buying or Selling a 1975 Ferrari 308 GT4?
The Ferrari 308 GT4 was quite a groundbreaking model for Ferrari, first because it departed from Pininfarina’s curvaceous designs of the line of prior models, and second because it was the first production road car to feature the V8, which will be the base for great models such as the recent Ferrari 458. Penned by Bertone, the 308 GT4 featured angular lines and a very edgy design, alongside a comfortable and more practical inside. Driving position was very important to Enzo Ferrari who put in extra work to make it very comfortable, even for tall drivers, which isn’t the case for many classics. From the cockpit, the driver has a perfect 360-degree road visibility to fully concentrate on the shifting and balance of the car.
1975 Ferrari 308 GT4 Seller’s Guide
The last car to be badged as a Dino, the Ferrari 308 GT4 is a sought after model and should raise the interest of numerous buyers should you put it for sale. Selling a 1975 Ferrari 308 GT4 isn’t necessarily easy though, as it can mean a lot of paperwork, dealing with picky buyers and is often a long process. The Alex Manos team likes to advise their clients to have their car inspected by their trusted Ferrari technician to eventually fix small things before showing it to buyers. A good mechanic will be able to give you additional advice and maybe give you some information to share with potential buyers to show that you have a good understanding of the car. This can limit buyer’s leverage, allow for more accurate pricing and help you get the price you’re asking for.
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Don’t hesitate to call Alex Manos and his team for more tips, but also to get a quote from them. The team is known for their fair and honest transactions, and is always looking for classics to add to their collection. Should your model fit their needs, they’ll make you a top dollar offer on the spot and will take care of all the buying process, taking out the hassle of the equation for you. Connect today to learn more.