Buying or Selling a 1983 Ferrari 308 GTS?
The 1983 models were the third generation of Ferrari 308 GTS, which were first introduced in 1977. The first models were fitted with Weber carburetors, which were then replaced by a Bosch fuel-injection system to comply with stricter US regulations in 1980. From 1980 to 1983, the Ferrari 308 GTS models were lacking some power and Ferrari engineers came up with a new model named the quattrovalvole (also known as QV), which features four valves and restored most of the power lost on the first models. The last generation of Ferrari 308 GTS was the most desirable, being more powerful than the second series while still having the benefits of the smoothness brought by the fuel-injection system. As the latest application, the 1983 examples were also the most technologically developed and benefited from the latest design updates.
1983 Ferrari 308 GTS Seller’s Guide
The 1983 Ferrari 308 GTS is considered as one of the best classic Ferraris to own. Produced from 1975 to 1985, the model was very successful, especially the convertible examples. Its Pininfarina-designed body was praised by the motoring press and still attracts admiring glances now. Don’t forget to include as much information and documents concerning the car’s history as possible, especially if your example has a special history of ownership. This type of information can add significant value to the classic and can attract buyers looking for an interesting piece for their collection. The Alex Manos team has years of experience in evaluating classic cars based on the current market. The experts are also interested in purchasing new classics for their inventory and would love to speak with you.
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Contact Alex Manos and his team of professionals before selling your 1983 Ferrari 308 GTS. They would be happy to learn more about your classic and help you come up with a fair and reasonable price. In addition, they might be interested in making an offer on your classic, if it fits their inventory. Call now to find out more!