Buying or Selling a 1976 Ferrari 308 GT4?
In 1976, sales weren’t so good and Ferrari’s clientele wasn’t so keen on spending large amounts of money for a car that didn’t carry the prestigious prancing horse logo. As Enzo Ferrari and his team needed to raise money for racing, their strategy shifted in an attempt to increase revenues, which resulted in the abandonment of the Dino logo. From mid-1976 to mid-1977, dealers started changing the branding on the cars, which created quite a bit of confusion, some adding a Ferrari badge without removing the Dino badge, others removing all Dino badging and adding prancing horses in different locations, etc. The 1976 Ferrari 308 GT4 is, however, a wonderful V8-engined, four-seat sports car, designed by Bertone with sharp and angular lines, and a very comfortable inside.
1976 Ferrari 308 GT4 Seller’s Guide
Marcello Gandini, under Bertone, designed the Ferrari 308 GT4 2+2, making it look edgy with angular lines and departing from the more curvaceous Pininfarina designs, which were seen as representative from Ferrari. In addition to the atypical design, which is considered interesting nowadays, the car was also convenient. A comfortable seating position for the driver and easy access to the engine for maintenance are two important features of the Ferrari 308 GT4. If you want to sell your 1976 Ferrari 308 GT4, take the time to write its story and present a wide range of documents to potential buyers, including certificate of authenticity, service reports and ownership history for example.
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